Ron Kolm’s Night Shift Elucidates The Struggle of the Artist to Work

Ron Kolm, whose work always speaks from a personal level (particularly with the experience that shines through in his tales of the East Village in the 1980s in Duke & Jill), effortlessly demarcates the woes an artist saddled with the annoying task of actually having to make money rather than simply focusing on, say, writing, must endure. His deft prose, spread out over thirteen short … Continue reading Ron Kolm’s Night Shift Elucidates The Struggle of the Artist to Work