well, as i mentioned in yesterday’s post (the last nyc post), we made it back to asheville from the big city. all four of us. that’s right, lina’s brother, jonas, and cousin, peter, from sweden met us in new york and flew down from nyc the same day we flew back. so, we spent 4..
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“as my writing ambitions grew so did my fantasies of living in the city, in a lovely apartment with brick walls, lined with books. i’d spend my days in cafes and coffee shops, with a well-worn notebook and my laptop and the lates important book. i would attend readings and rub elbows with the writers..
“but i always felt free in [new york city]. i found safety in its enclosures. the city let me relax into being myself. being who i am in new york didn’t feel like an action i took – it just felt like living.” – Melissa Febos in Goodbye to all that: Writers on loving and..
“new york city is filled with random, quirky moments like this, chance collisions that just might change your life.” – hope edelman in goodbye to all that: writers on loving and leaving new york tummies full from chocolate croissants and coffee, we hit the streets again. it was still early in the day – mid-morning,..