Millennials · Uncategorized · Wine

And The Millennials Said, “Let There Be Wine Delivery . . .”

If you’ve ever posted on Facebook something about wine (maybe “dying for a glass of wine RN,” for example), then you’ve probably seen an ad pop up, for one of the many new wine delivery services vying for a slice of the market. Wine delivery isn’t exactly new; for a long time wineries, especially smaller-production… Continue reading And The Millennials Said, “Let There Be Wine Delivery . . .”

Literature · Millennials · New York City · Writing

Sentence Level, thoughts during the editing process

I’m nearly done editing the first draft of a novel, and it’s a very engrossing process. I think I agree with Verlyn Klinkenborg that the most important task of a writer is to work at the level of the sentence. You can worry about plot and character and POV as much as you want but… Continue reading Sentence Level, thoughts during the editing process

Art · Cities · Millennials · New York City · Personal Essays · Women · Writing

All the Single, Scrappy, Ambitious Ladies…

Last night, I finally saw the movie of the summer, a black-and-white pic about an anti-heroic, sterotypically-unfeminine woman in her late twenties, living basically hand-to-mouth in New York City (but not abstaining from $14-packs of American Spirit) while pursuing her artistic dream, to be a professional modern dancer. No, it’s not “GIRLS: The Movie,” although… Continue reading All the Single, Scrappy, Ambitious Ladies…

Design · Economy · Education · Millennials

Integration and Social Enterprise: A Talk for NYWSE #PSEItrip

Tomorrow I’m giving a talk to fifteen Princeton students on a tour of social entrepreneurship in New York City, which was organized by the New York Women Social Entrepreneurs group. I’m on a panel about media, tech, and other topics. To collect my thoughts, I’ll outline my presentation here. I. INTEGRATION: My person vision is… Continue reading Integration and Social Enterprise: A Talk for NYWSE #PSEItrip