Wills is a contributing writer and reporter for the Brooklyn Rail.
JUL-AUG 2007 | Local
Wondering what the Fresh Kills landfill might be like in a century?
AUTUMN 2002 | Books
Because one of our Founding Theorists called New York City a cloacina of all the depravities of human nature, any discussion of the nature of cities should begin with the enemies of the metropolitan. New York, that hurly-burly port whose streets were mired with shit, loose pigs, prostitutes, and foreigners (by 1640, 18 different languages were spoken here), clearly didnt fit into the grand Jeffersonian plan.
AUG-SEPT 2002 | Express
The last thing to be privatized will be our imaginations.