By the summer of 1925, weird tale author H.P. Lovecraft was souring on his New York experiment. He was living in a boarding house in Brooklyn. He was robbed of nearly all his clothes. His wife was living in another city. He was barely writing. Still, he managed to enjoy his summer.Continue reading
As mentioned in previous posts, I am amidst writing a biography of iconic horror writer H.P. Lovecraft and his unsung New York years (1924-1926). Gotham, the official blog of the Gotham Center for New York City History, recently published an article distilling my ongoing research and offering a teaser of my forthcoming book.Continue reading
Last week, I ventured from my cozy nest in Jersey City to Brooklyn, the epicenter of the contemporary creative world in New York. I didn’t seek out live music, funky cafes, eclectic bookshops, or farm-to-table restaurants. I rode the subway to Brooklyn to enjoy nature.
Yes, nature. Continue reading