My Small Story

by wlancehunt in Personal Narrative

On the street, we walk, the survivors. Along side us are the workers of the fish market, in boots, jeans, t-shirts, aprons. I ask where the ferry is.
“Back in hell. Just turn around, and hang a left in the middle of hell.”

A Year After “the Event”

by wlancehunt, October 13, 2020 in New York City, Personal Narrative, psychology, Self Publishing

Resilience after 9-11—it’s about what happens in the mind as much as on the ground.

Stuff

by wlancehunt in

BoV_Ch 1_Just Trying to Get Home Multiple Misunderstandings A free 22 page sample of *A Perfect Blindness* <Downloadable PDF (A Perfect Blindness Teaser 7-17.PDF) The Short Story “La Fiesta de los Toros”  <Downloadable PDF “My Small Story,” a first person narrative of 9/11 from lower Manhattan <Downloadable PDF   Find all the free stuff from A Perfect Blindness […]

Could You Become a Monster to Kill One?

by wlancehunt in Books, fantasy

The layers are thick and deep in this story. Expect things to change. Often. Unexpectedly. Yet precisely the way they must. Once you know enough.

Street Art from Berlin —That’s not on The Wall

by wlancehunt in Berlin, Germany, mural, Poster, sticker, Street Art

a selection of Berlin street art that’s not on the wall

NYC and Environs—Recent Finds in Brooklyn, Chinatown and Little Italy (Winter, 2019)

Street Art around NYC—Recent Finds in Brooklyn, Chinatown and Little Italy (Winter, 2019)

Been Busy Doing Things That Aren’t Especially Exciting to Talk About

Popping up here, again, to show that I haven’t died. And to excuse myself by revealing the several irons I have in the fire. And playing with fire is what’s been keeping me quiet, hypnotize by the jumping flames. (Anyone who remembers me from Boy Scouts would know I’m a bit of a pyro.) Okay […]

Took Long Enough, pt 1: People Want the Familiar

This is why people watch movies.  Or read books. Consume anything with a story in it:

Old and New Street Art—A Strategy—Seattle and Brooklyn

Street art from November, 2013 in Seattle and January of 2019 in NYC. Old and new.

Going it Mostly Alone: the Publishing Path of A Perfect Blindness

ended by suggesting a ‘book doctor’.

:)
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