Hell's Kitchen: Slices of Life : the best fiction, prose, and poetry from the Clinton chronicle, 1992-1998
The vibrant, gritty nature of one of Manhattan, NYC's, oldest neighborhoods is revealed in short stories, essays, poems, drawings and photos. It includes 7 short stories, an article about the capeman murders and photos of local people and places.
Paperback, 72 pages
Published July 9th 1999 by Public Press
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