Ten Years Later

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09/11/2011

Neighborhood: All Over, World Trade Center

Ten Years Later
Photo by Patrick Ashley

In 2002 we published Before & After: Stories from New York; a collection of stories in two halves – the first taking place in the city before the 9/11 attacks, the second being comprised of testimonials from the day itself and its immediate aftermath. Recently, we asked for submissions for the site, to explore the evolution of emotions which surround the tragedy and the changes that New York City has experienced over the last decade.

We received many responses; here are a few.

Phone Numbers of Strangers

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She Looked Like She Was Dancing

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Dear NYK People

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Guided Tour

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NYC Me

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Another Visit

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Dear Jon

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My Friend, The Fire Chaplain

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October 7, 2001

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Photographic Memories

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Manhattan Eyeline

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I Have to Be Here

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