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I am a writer of fiction, memoir, poetry, and book reviews. My books include Community: Journal of Power Politics and Democracy in Hell's Kitchen; Tally: An Intuitive Life (All Things That Matter Press), and Children of Light (Ten Penny Players' BardPress). ...more

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Community: Journal of Power Politics and Democracy in Hell’s Kitchen

COMPREHENSIVE, ARTICULATE, HONEST AND ENGAGING – DAVID SELZER

Community is a memoir of community work and city politics in Manhattan during the turbulent 1980s and 1990s – as a neighborhood fights the effects of “development fever” and the devastating flood of illegal drugs. It is a sometimes brutal but also inspiring account of people organizing peacefully to save and improve their community.

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