TMI – My last few days have proven one thing about the writing life– what it lacks in glamor, it more than makes up for in squalor.
via Entertainment Weekly:
‘Pariah’ author Bob Fingerman reveals his five favorite tomes of terror
Bob Fingerman says that during his spell dwelling on Manhattan’s Upper East Side in the mid-’90s he came to the conclusion the area was not exactly the liveliest place on earth. “It felt zombie-like in a lot of ways,” says the writer and artist. “You’d see lots of old women eating alone in diners. There seemed to be a quality of just waiting for death.” Way to big the burg up, dude! “This is why I don’t work for the Upper East Side Board of Tourism,” laughs the now Upper West Side-dwelling Fingerman. “‘Come and see the living dead!’”