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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Tag Archives: Halloween
Andy opens the door to greet a little boy and girl, both dressed as superheros. Little Boy/Girl: Trick or Treat! Andy: Hello, there! Ooh, what cool costumes. I recognize you, Batman. I mean Batgirl. Little Girl: I’m not Batman or … Continue reading
“Do you know what makes a piece of writing go viral on the web?” he asked. He was the managing editor of the site. His name was Ed. He wore a gray cardigan and a Yankees baseball cap. He was … Continue reading
I was sitting on a bench in Los Angeles when I saw two college girls walking down the street. Why not take an instagram photo of them? As I pressed the button to the cameraphone, I saw one … Continue reading
If you visit my apartment building in Flushing, you would notice an oddly shaped garden apartment right across the street, sitting on a tiny, rectangular plot of land. The architecture of the building makes no logical sense at first; you … Continue reading
(first part of story here) (continuation) This was the strangest week. I was depressed lately, rarely leaving the house. I spent a lot of time in my office, introducing my mother to new technology. I showed her how to use … Continue reading
They were beautiful. They were talented. They were some of the finest writers and photographers on the internet — strong, independent women, business-women, mothers — mommybloggers. This weekend, twenty-five of these top mommybloggers met for a weekend summit in one … Continue reading
I’ve written a lot lately on the difficulties of a man and a woman becoming platonic friends. This has been a theme throughout my life. In my experience, something always gets in the way. After I graduated from Columbia, I … Continue reading
I don’t like Halloween. I don’t like that children walk around play-acting as if they are ghouls and goblins, as if it is all a joke. Because it isn’t. There are dangers in this world that are too gruesome to … Continue reading
What says Sunday more than breakfast out at the local diner, doing the crossword puzzle, making a trip to the nearby Big Lots for paper towels, and seeing a movie (and sneaking into the second film at the multiplex just … Continue reading