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I Remember I Forget, And Why

by 02/18/2015
Neighborhood: West Village

I've lived in the neighborhood practically forever, but to my girlfriend it's all new.

Library Meditations, 8am

by 11/18/2014
Neighborhood: Manhattan, Uncategorized, West Village

...who must wonder where you go every morning; why on Earth you are not still in bed like everyone else is your age.

The River, the Floating Lanterns and the White Balloons

by 10/16/2014
Neighborhood: All Over, Financial District, Tribeca, West Village

I express to Judy my skittishness about all the pageantry. Judy points out that every person has to find their own way to grieve.

Lost and Found

by 04/27/2014
Neighborhood: Uncategorized, West Village

It’s not supposed to be this easy, I thought. And of course it wasn’t. Over the next few years I wrote several more stories, amassing a collection of encouraging rejection letters

Viva La Vita

by 01/16/2014
Neighborhood: West Village

Johanna Mayer gets more than she bargained for when she strolls the West Village in search of vegan cream cheese.

The Dress

by 06/18/2013
Neighborhood: All Over, Greenwich Village, SoHo, West Village

Sharon Watts' wedding dress gets a new life as she remembers that which it has already lived.

On Avoiding the Clipboard

by 06/06/2013
Neighborhood: Greenwich Village, Uncategorized, West Village

It didn't take Theresa Reed very long that no matter how friendly the canvasser acts, the canvasser does not want to be friends. The canvasser just wants your money.

A Dark and Stormy Night

by 01/07/2013
Neighborhood: Uncategorized, West Village

The invisible walls between us come down in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, for better or for worse, as Christina Maile observes.

Passing Paper

by 09/09/2012
Neighborhood: West Village

Peter Nolan Smith likes to keep the law on his side - regardless of what side of it he's on.

Cross Streets

by 08/28/2012
Neighborhood: Upper East Side, West Village

Trevor Laurence Jockims finds that we share more than we realize when we break the fourth wall and step out of our everyday roles.

Facing The Day

by 06/25/2012
Neighborhood: All Over, Chelsea, Gramercy Park, West Village

Judith Luongo finds oneness in pools of blue.

The Gift of Tongues

by 05/25/2012
Neighborhood: West Village

Rebecca Moore's new novel, Lunch In Brooklyn, draws from her experiences growing up in the West Village in the late 70s.