this library of all my writing includes, literary non-fiction, literature & poetry, sportswriting, and advertorials.
viewing: literary non-fiction
every Friday and Saturday night, 148 West 133rd street in Harlem becomes a b.y.o.b. jazz club called Bill's Place.
Cherry Tavern and the gentrification of drinking along a wet stretch of 6th street in Manhattan's east village.
a long, complicated, weird, and probably illegal, half plagiarized, unpublishable story about david look acting as, writing as, and being Gay Talese.
its closure was announced as summer turned to fall. now it was winter, and The Comox was on its death bed.
everyone told me not to stay at Trump International Vancouver, but i didn’t listen.
five days aboard a legendary transcontinental train that makes a 4000km journey across Canada two times a week.
an eight part series that investigated the changing urban landscape by using an outdated travel guide to tour the city.
in which i pursue an answer to the question: is retirement worth saving for?
a short radio piece i wrote for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation about crashing christmas parties.
in which i tell the 300 year history of The Bay over the course of an entire day spent inside its Vancouver, Canada's flagship location.
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