Want to know what it was really like being a gay cop in the heydays of New York City? Here’s a flashback to our celebrated piece, “Interview with a Gay Cop,” from our Crime and Punishment issue from the Spring of ’95, in which the anonymous retired officer recounts his experiences working around fit young … More Interview with a Gay Cop
I met Linsey Abrams when I was in Graduate School in 2002. I took her novel workshop at Sarah Lawrence College and confessed that although I was admitted as a poet I thought I was a novelist. She graciously agreed that I could be a fiction writer and treated me as one. Her words gave … More Linsey Abrams and Global City Review
On June 27th, Global City Press celebrated the relaunch of their literary journal, Global City Review, at 100 Grand—the distinctive and spacious sixth floor loft in SoHo, a true relic of SoHo’s glory days. The summer sun had started to set through the windows when the party began, and guests took in the views of … More Global City Relaunch Party
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