Posts Tagged ‘Citizen Brooklyn’

An Earth Day Reason

Posted by melissa kandel on April 22, 2016 in Fiction, Photography | No Comments

“To tell you the truth, I don’t know,” said Henry. “You don’t?” Asked the stranger sitting next to him, a burly man with wide earlobes and no hair. “I don’t know,” Henry said again. “How can it be that you’ve traveled the entire world looking for something and you don’t know what that something is?” […]

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Whale-Talk

Posted by melissa kandel on January 31, 2016 in Fiction | No Comments

by Melissa Marni Yosemite My name is Yosemite. I’m five feet, six inches tall with a reddish tint to my hair, a long beard that I never comb and green-blue eyes that are noticeably two different sizes. I only shower on Thursdays, smoke at least five cigarettes a day and eat my cereal each morning […]

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Featured Friday: Citizen Brooklyn

Posted by melissa kandel on September 11, 2015 in Featured Friday, Fiction, Interview | No Comments

Today, I’ve got New York on my mind, so Featured Friday is all about Citizen Brooklyn. This team of creative minds not only encourages creativity through their magazine … but they also celebrate it, highlighting the story of the author or artist just as much as what that person happens to create. It’s a Brooklyn-esque attitude of artistic […]

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