Monthly Archives: January 2018

Peter Nolan Smith – CLUB 57 Reading @ MoMA 2/8/2018

Peter Nolan Smith Reading – CLUB 57 READING AT MoMA February 8, 2018 4PM at the CLUB 57 Exhibition at MoMA 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019 Readings by Peter Nolan Smith with friends; Ann Magnuson, Willem Dafoe, and Larry Fleischman Fotos by Anthony Scibelli, Peter Nolan Smith, and Kim Davis Video by […]

Motorcycle Mamas

Biker chicks are cool.

LOST AT NIGHT by Peter Nolan Smith

In the winter of 1990 I bought a round-the-world ticket from Pan Express in New York. The total cost was $1500 and the travel agency’s gaunt boss helped to arrange the path of my six-month circumnavigation of the globe. “Sir, you are going West.” John had a quaint Indian accent. He was about my age. […]

Tar In The Blood

My father’s side of the family traveled to the New World on the the Mayflower. They were Howlands. John Howland was washed overboard and somehow swam back to the ship. My Irish Nana sailed on a ship a deck above steerage in the Year of the Crow. She was 14. In 1966 my parents enrolled […]

How Many Women?

Due to the government shutdown and probably a Trump edict the National Park Service offered no estimate of yesterday’s crowd numbers in Washington. The newspapers published attendance in the tens of thousands, however I venture the number was closer to 300,000. Trump congratulated the gathering of achieving the lowest unemployment rates ‘ever’ thanks to his […]