• Home Invasion: Max Blagg Writes About Unwanted Guests

    1 month ago - By 10 magazine

    I found my true home in the world when I arrived in New York City a hundred years ago, immediately convinced that this must be the place. Everything felt familiar, partly because I had been living on a diet of the New York School poets since the previous summer. Their various invocations of the city guided me as I threaded my way through downtown.
    This town was brimming with impurity, humming to the music of a thousand motors turning over, the subway vibrating beneath your strolling feet. SoHo and Tribeca were one vast Empty Quarter, dancers on the rooftops and empty lofts below. After a...
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