“The fire and the mailman, story of their life.”

Here’s Dennis Mahoney on his first novel, Fellow Mortals, and the “delusional optimism” that helps his protagonist—a mailman who accidentally sets a whole neighborhood aflame—try to make amends with his community. It’s the same spirit that inspired Mahoney to keep writing, against the odds—and we’re so glad that he did.

Posted 02/27/13 Posted February 27, 2013

Robert Anasi on gentrification and the Williamsburg of yore

The author of The Last Bohemia talks to the Village Voice about drugs, dumpsters, and gang-banging: “It was like the Wild West!”

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