ARTIE NIEDERHOFFER lives and writes in Ridgewood, Queens.
This Will DoBy Artie Niederhoffer
In Japanese folklore, every object becomes animated after its 100th “birthday.” Wasted objects can become mischievous sprites, while happier ones have been known to be kind to humans.
The Domestic FantasticBy Artie Niederhoffer
The daughter of American intellectuals, Eleanor Perényi would be known in her life as an outspoken liberal, magazine editor, and author; her essay collection Green Thoughts is considered a classic of the gardening genre.
Selling Our CitiesBy Artie Niederhoffer
You’d be forgiven for expecting the book If Venice Dies to focus on the impact of the rising sea level and climate change on the water-locked city.