Monthly Archives: June 2020

Banned From The World

When I was a young boy, my greatest desire was to travel the world. In the early 1970s I hitchhiked across the USA east to west and north to south. 1978 I arrived in London during the punk era After Viktor Malenski was murdered on West 24th Street, I escaped Reagan’s America to live in […]

Classic Poetic Dysleixa

Edgar Allen Poe, Hart Crane, Willam Yeats 1916 Frank o’Hara, Bukowski, Ginsberg, The Rubiyat of Omar Khayyam Ezra Pound, Emily Dickenson, Sylvia Plath, Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva Every one of them considered mad to write poetry. My words of madness find me on the George Washington Bridge resisting the urge to fly Hart Crane’s supposed last […]

A Scam Indeed

My name is Garry Winogrand Junior. I have been a freelancer Commercial Director for over 25 Years,Post Production Artist – VFX, Compositing, Motion Graphics,Color Correction,producing/directing/editing music videos, product reviews,live performances and electronic press kits for many local and international clients,in New York, I’m happy with my profession because my efforts put smile on faces and […]

A Walk On A Bridge

On a gray November morning in 2016 I woke up in my Fort Greene atelier and looked out my window. Condos along Fulton Avenue blocked my view to the west. Thailand and my family lay on the other side of the world. I hadn’t seen my children for over a year. I missed them more […]

BAG OF NAILS by Peter Nolan Smith

Nicky Barnes was a drug dealing legend from the 70s. He ran his heroin empire from Harlem under the protection of the Lucchese crime syndicate. ‘Crazy Joe’ Gallo was his godfather and helped Barnes create ‘the Council’ to run the trade north of 125th Street. Barnes earned the name ‘Mr. Untouchable’ for his skill at […]