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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- Elaine A. on 2014 Online Recap: Therapy is usually such a good thing. Thanks for sharing your talents with us. Happy New Year!
- Elizabeth Flora Ross on 2014 Online Recap: Connecting with you via social media has been a great part of my year, Neil! I love your photography and...
- Maggie May on 2014 Online Recap: Your photos stand out, so rich with life. Great recap, Neil!
- Denise on 2014 Online Recap: cheers to a great recap!
- Estelle on 2014 Online Recap: Neil, I always enjoy hearing what you have to say. I do like hearing about your mother, too.
Category Archives: Blogging and the Internet
January In January, I visited my friend, Veronica, in Virginia. I wrote the first of many 2014 posts about my favorite topic, going to therapy. Defense Mechanism, February In February, a freeze came over New York City and much of … Continue reading
photo by Lotus Carroll of Lotus Carroll Welcome to the The 2014 Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert! It is my honor to be with you here for the eighth year of this concert. Thank you for keeping this blogging tradition … Continue reading
Oh great, all weekend my Facebook feed was filled with your damn Chrismahanukwanzakah trees and decorations and menorahs, and your obnoxious kids singing in their school choirs, posing as clean-cut, as if we didn’t know they spend the rest of … Continue reading
It is time for the announcement of the Ninth Annual Blogger Christmahanukwanzaakah Online Holiday Concert, all new, all exciting for 2014! Nine years! Can you believe it? Here are the past blockbuster concerts — 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 This year’s concert will … Continue reading
Last weekend’s blogging conference was colored by the Gaza conflict that played out on my hotel TV at night. It put me on edge. The social media lingo used at the conference suddenly seemed more militaristic than intended. Words … Continue reading
I’m not big on crowds. My experiences with conferences tend to revolve around hanging with one or two people who I strongly connect with for one reason or another. This year, at BlogHer, that person was JC, the Animated … Continue reading