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: travel
A week before we flew into Paris, Danielle, the owner of the two-bedroom apartment in the Marais district that we were renting for ten days, called my mother in New York. It was six o’clock in the morning. Apparently, Danielle … Continue reading
“Thanks for driving me to the airport,” said Jonathan. “No problem,” replied his friend, Bobby. “It’s too bad that you’re going on this business trip to Paris alone. I hear it’s a romantic place.” “Oh, I’m not going alone.” “You’re … Continue reading
I had pre-booked my American Airlines seat for the aisle seat, row 17, seat D. When I arrived at it, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that I was seated next to an attractive woman in her thirties in middle … Continue reading
Is there any cliche more annoying than “Life happens when you are making other plans? I hate this expression for the obvious reason — because it speaks the truth. My father planned family vacations three years ahead of time. No … Continue reading
December has been a social month. I met up with Doobleh-vay at her New York hotel, Jen Lee at the Moth Storytelling Slam, attended the BlogHer NY Holiday party, and lived it up at the NY book launch party of … Continue reading
My mother recently returned from a two week cruise along the Mediterranean in Europe. When she first told me that she was taking this trip with a female friend, I thought it was a crazy and worthless trip — Barcelona, … Continue reading
The motto of the “Great Interview Experiment” is “everyone is interesting.” But let’s be honest. Half of my readership lives in the suburbs and works in online marketing. How often do I get to meet a female blogger who drives … Continue reading
How many suitcases are we bringing to New York? (Remember, Sophia is coming with me. And she is a woman. A woman with a lot of shoes. A woman who isn’t sure what shoes to wear in the snow. … Continue reading
Sophia sometimes works with a interpreting and translation agency in Carmel, and she really likes the people who work there, but has never met any of them in person. So, today, after leaving San Francisco, we made a special detour … Continue reading
At San Francisco’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade today — (and we didn’t drink one beer all day) Sophia “Molly Bloom” Lansky James Joyce at work on his blog