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: storytelling
It was not a good third date. Sheryl had high hopes about him; he was a perfect gentleman on the first two outings. But he changed tonight, as if he had gotten some bad advice from an ex-fraternity friend on becoming a … Continue reading
The year was 1972. Eddie was working at his father’s hardware store in Chinatown when the People’s Republic of China Peking Circus came to town as a cultural exchange arranged by President Nixon. It was a busy in his father’s … 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 go to McDonald’s almost every day for a cup of coffee. There is one downstairs from my apartment building in Queens where I live, so it is convenient. McDonald’s coffee is cheap, pretty good, and the location has wireless. … Continue reading
I cannot imagine what you are going through. I cannot imagine what you are going through as a single mother. As an Mexican-American. As a little person. As someone laid off from your job when your wife is pregnant. As … Continue reading
Two weeks ago I went with Jen Lee to this Moth Storytelling Slam downtown. It took place at a small venue downtown, so audience members and storytellers were lined up for an hour before the show, in the freezing cold, … Continue reading
I know I will hear cries of bullshit from the mob, but the name of one of the baristas at my local coffee shop is Scheherazade. She is Persian. When I heard her friends call her by that name, my … Continue reading
Young Renaldo was invisible to his parents. He sat all day in front of the television and watched cartoons. He wanted to run away, but where would he go? It was easier to just turn into an easy chair. This … Continue reading
Yesterday, on Citizen of the Month, I talked about the importance of storytelling in blogging, and brought up that idea of a storytelling session at BlogHer. (you can sign up to attend or present during this session over here) I … Continue reading