Lost and Found: Stories From New York

by Neighborhood Writers

08/08/1998

Neighborhood: Manhattan

Lost And Found: Stories From New York, the latest anthology from Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, is now available at your friendly neighborhood independent bookstores and at the following online booksellers:

Powells
Amazon
Barnes and Noble

News and Notices:

Lost and Found can be jarring, making you feel happy at one turn, uncomfortable at the next. It is unsettling in places, serendipitous in others. It is, like the city itself, a glorious mashup of life.” From Metropolis Magazine’s P/O/V Blog

* New York Magazine’s Approval Matrix puts the book on the charts.

* Thomas Beller and Said Sayrafiezadeh talk about the book on WNYC. (Video)

* New York Magazine looks at the book through a foodie prism.

* Video and slide show of the Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood Park Lit reading in Washington Square Park, July, 2009, with Jonathan Ames, Vince Passaro, Rachel Cline, Thomas Beller, and Thomas Ziegler.

Thanks!

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