was born in New Bedford, Mass. He moved to Brooklyn in 2000 in pursuit of work. He has worked as a fishcutter and as a proofreader. He writes about housing and tenant concerns for various publications.
| Field Notes
One thing that has never been in short supply is ideas for solving the housing crisis. Comptroller Scott Stringer proposed a Land Bank of vacant city-owned properties. Scholars and activists have churned out countless books and reports on social housing.