Dmitry Kiper is a New York City writer working on short stories, poems, songs, and other curiosities. He is currently a fellow at the Writers' Institute at the City University of New York.
Bums. Drunks. Prostitutes. Travelers. Nighthawks. Hustlers. Throughout the 1970sunder the spell of Jack Kerouac, Edward Hopper, and Charles BukowskiTom Waits told sad, comic tales of the down-and-out.
A Violinists Journey from Russia to Brooklyn and the World Stage by Dmitry Kiper