Neil Kramer explores friendship, love, and sex, and the dangerous art of writing about it.
He lives in NYC. He can be contacted at neilochka on yahoo.
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Category Archives: Literary
for the Absence of Alternatives – Sherry called me about the blog post that I emailed her earlier that day. I had asked her to read it before I published it. “You cannot publish this,” she said. “Why not?” She … Continue reading
I kvetched about my current man cold on Facebook, and how I was stuck in bed sick, and then felt embarrassed about it. What kind of wimpy image am I presenting to others? So, I updated my status and said … Continue reading
A week ago, Actress #1 ( the woman with arm behind her back) mentioned to her friend, Actress #2 that she had an audition at Warner Brothers; Dick Wolf was looking for a actress to play a female rookie cop … Continue reading
There is nothing more beautiful than seeing a friend and talented writing colleague achieve her dreams, and being there at her side when it happens. Such was the case on Thursday when Jenny “The Bloggess” Lawson came to Beverly … Continue reading
I want you to read my post. I want you to buy my book. I want you to vote for me in a contest. I want you to come to my seminar. I want you to help my friend in … Continue reading
From the writer of such horrific Halloween tales as The Old Parsons Tree in Flushing (2010), The Mommyblogger’s Demon Child (2009), Giving Head (2008), The Werewolf (2007), and The Joy of 666 (2006)! ++++ About a year and a half … Continue reading
Blogging story of the day: Big-time blogger goes to third-world country, writes post about what she saw, and others criticize her for being a wealthy white woman doing “poverty tourism.” But this blogger is “doing good!” say her defenders. I’ve … Continue reading
I’ve read a couple of terrific memoirs written by YOU over the last few months. I’ve enjoyed them tremendously. But something about the genre makes me uncomfortable, particularly when I wonder if have the ability to write my own memoir. … Continue reading
Success as a published writer is possible. Currently, I am reading the terrific “Planting Dandelions: Field Notes from a Semi-Domesticated Life” from long-time blogging friend, Kyran Pittman. As talented a wordsmith as Kyran is, even she will tell … Continue reading