Forgotten Borough: Writers Come to Terms with Queens

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  • Title: Forgotten Borough: Writers Come to Terms with Queens
  • Author: Nicole Steinberg Jill Eisenstadt
  • ISBN: 9781438435831
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. poor queenst as glamorous as manhattan, not as hip as brooklyn the bronx is attached to manhattan, so i always forget it is a separate entity, and staten island well staten island is on my shit list after they hid their zoo s red panda from me last summer, so until i get my written apology, i am pretending that it does not exist staten island, you are dead to me.i was mostly disappointed in this collection surely there is fantastic writing about queens somewhere the anthology gets points for inc [...]


  2. This collection disappointed me a bit For one thing I m not entirely sure which stories are fictional and which are true accounts, though the obvious historical essay A Queens Necropolis was one of my favorites I also enjoyed Eating East Elmhurst, some of High Q, Snow Forts, and Koshchei the Deathless I think I just got sick of hearing about how uncool Queens is, how unliked it is, how people who come from here have some sense of shame about it I guess the title should have clued me in with such [...]


  3. I read most of this skipped the poetry sorry and the essays about porn movies and the ones that felt like fiction Loved the history and all the glorious Queens geography Boulevards and stops along the seven train and all those cross streets I am not sorry I no longer live in Queens, but there is always room for a little nostalgia.


  4. It wasn t exactly what I expected of the short stories But overall I enjoyed it With any work of short story collections, some were better than others I really appreciated the different perspectives from the various neighborhoods I do wish there were stories.