Novak Lives in a Wheelchair (part 1 of 2)

4 thoughts on “Novak Lives in a Wheelchair (part 1 of 2)”

  1. Pierce – you write so well; your words carry me along on waves of wonder and imagery. I see many street-folk near where I work, on East 43rd Street, and only occasionally reach out to help them, as there are so many.

  2. Thanks Deborah, I know it’s hard to deal with whole thing. Every day I am hit up by someone, and often it’s the same person. I argued with a young, fit well dressed fella the other day. I suggested that there must be something that he could do, he said that all the Mexicans were getting the jobs, he wished that Trump would get elected! I gave him my change and told him he was full of it. But there he was this morning again, I worry New York has become a magnet to people like him that think it’s a good place to beg. The poor ones that are mentally inadequate often don’t even ask.

  3. Hi Pierce, got this link through a share by Fintan Murphy look forward to following from here on, Wexford is awash with wonderful literary talent.
    Chris.

    1. Thank you Chris, yes Wexford has emerged as a beehive. It’s amazing to see the reviews in the NY and national media for Colm Toibin’s Brooklyn-partly shot in Enniscorthy and Curracloe-when Larry Kirwan and I came here those places seemed like they were on the moon.

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