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City Solipsism (a Short Story)

City Solipsism (a Short Story)

by Zack Love
City Solipsism (a Short Story)

City Solipsism (a Short Story)

by Zack Love



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Have you ever been on a train, bus, metro/subway – or any other shared space with strangers – and started to wonder what that person right next to you is thinking? Did you ever start to think or hope that maybe your temporary neighbor was somehow sharing your thoughts and/or desires?

“City Solipsism” will take you on a journey into the mind of a man in a suit and tie on a New York City subway car, as he thinks about the woman standing awkwardly close to him...They are total strangers but their proximity is almost intimate, as their hands share the same metal subway pole...

NOTE: You can get this work, along with six others, in ”Stories and Scripts: an Anthology" for far less. The cost of buying all of the stories individually amounts to about twice the price of the anthology. As an added bonus, the collection also includes three works that aren't available separately.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940149577958
Publisher: SQ Publishing
Publication date: 04/04/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 87 KB

About the Author

Zack Love graduated from Harvard College, where his studies focused mostly on literature, psychology, philosophy, and film. After college, Zack moved to New York City where he held a variety of corporate jobs while enjoying tech ventures, creative writing, NY Nightlife, and anything else that could provide a good getaway from the Manhattan work grind.

One of Zack's favorite escapes is exploring foreign places and cultures; Zack has traveled to about 60 countries for business and/or pleasure. He has lived and worked in Asia, Europe, and Latin America, and speaks Spanish, French, and German (and has been known to fake Italian and Portuguese in order to flirt or get directions).

In 2013, Zack decided to publish his first of several unpublished works: “Sex in the Title - a Comedy about Dating, Sex, and Romance in NYC (back when phones weren't so smart).” After publishing Sex in the Title, Zack developed the SQ Calculator ( a web and Facebook application that uses “crowd-sourcing” to measure how sexy someone is. Zack is now a full-time writer and focused on releasing the rest of his unpublished works, and maybe even authoring the unwritten stories that have been brewing in his brain for far too long.

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