Ann Mintz has written radio scripts, text for museum exhibits, professional articles, and countless speeches and grant proposals. She has had six careers-- recording engineer, archaeologist, public radio producer, archivist to Bucky Fuller, of all people, museum professional. She now works in a community and economic development agency. She has lived in seven cities, if you count Phladelphia twice, was born in the Bronx and lived in New York until her mid-20s.
I’m not the girl who woke up from another one-night-stand. But I could be, in the view from the Sephora window. It’s raining: The dull Saturday too-early morning pitter-patters against the makeup counters; my nerves, pounding on the exposed brick. I feel like a quasi-well-dressed spy. Partly because “quasi” is the word that won me […]
She has just stepped out of her Tribeca branded content office and is leaning against the wall, wondering if she should buy some cigarettes, when she sees a man eating from the trash. His clothes are neat. T-shirt tucked into belted jeans. He must do this often, because he’s wearing nylon gardening gloves, and, when […]
I am a New York City booster. And I travel its streets with all its positives and negatives crammed into my head, coloring everything I do, everything I see, everything I feel. I am very familiar with the city. And I love the sheer unpredictability of it, the Mad-Hatter kinetic energy. The zany atmosphere, the […]