I walk down Nostrand Avenue in a suburb of Long Island. That rust-rimmed with gold tree in a yard justifies the whole suburb. Oh mom, there are eight things.
No one is impressed with my forced cheerfulness.
On a rusty clipboard I write these words down for you.
Tanya, have you noticed whose side I am on? This is not Nostrand Avenue where I share a rented apartment in Bed-Stuy.
The last detritus of my ill-starred gig with Cock Czar Games washes up on some lonely gaming site. We have a long way to walk back to the car.