March 2016

Books

March 29, 2016

I love books and I see them everywhere I go, much more often than hawks. I also love gems and stones, but until I finish a little piece about them, I am borrowing like a magpie from the museums of Washington D.C. and from Robert Bolaño’s Between [...]

Parable # 4: Busy

March 25, 2016

Back when industry first abandoned New York and there was a glut of available loft space, we rented what had been a tie factory in Hoboken for $300 a month. There was a business that made wire lampshades below us, and a garment factory above. I used [...]

Parable # 3: Rules

March 1, 2016

Lately there don’t seem to be many patrol cars waiting for bikes to run red lights. Not enough bikers in the cold to justify the man-hours I guess. In winter a quick look is sufficient to slip by the cars, stuck like dinosaurs in mud. Of course [...]