A Stranger from the East

Gone are the days of monument strolls and metro rides; peaches from the 7th street market and shared cigarettes from the stoop are nothing more than a warm memory on cold nights. Sometimes I wonder if I’ll see her in an airport waiting for a delayed flight with a look of loneliness painted on her …

An excerpt from an upcoming book by Josh Klafter

Day 82 June 1, 2020 America has made a collective decision, one that seemingly unifies the vicious divide of the party line. COVID-19 safety is a thing of the past. It’s over, done, finished.  Initially, this was out of pure, unfiltered selfishness and stupidity. That’s the only realization I could come up with, when, upon …

Black Dog, White Jacket, and Raquel

Black Dog, White Jacket, and Raquel Vern called me a few days before Christmas asking for a favor. “I’m taking Renée down to Grove City to do some last minute shopping with my parents. Would you mind letting Tucker out?” “How many times should I stop by? I was going to head into West Seneca …

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