Elysian • Summer 2018
I don’t know the origin of the lines or when they were first uttered, but the sentiment must date back to the century when Camden was a prosperous port town turned cute tourist destination, and Belfast and Rockland, though also on the ocean, were not so charmed.
New York Times • December 14, 2007
Nothing gives you the No Chair in the Great Musical Chairs Game of Life quite like being a Jew on Christmas Day.
New York Times • February 22, 1998
My first day in Saratoga Springs was characteristically grand: I was led up the stairs of a 55-room mansion and told to make myself at home in a tower studio, complete with a prayer closet and bust of the Madonna.
New York Times • September 7, 1997
Thomas Mann’s directive in “The Magic Mountain” couldn’t be clearer: The heady pleasures of the high mountains are all well and good, but sooner or later, you have to descend to the flat lands and begin your real life.