New York City is one of the most famous places in the world, but it's also home to more than eight million residents. People who are living everyday lives filled with the wonders and fears we all share. You, Me and the Rest of Us: #NewYorkStories is a collection of stories about those people who are all trying to find their place in the world. From the comical to the tragic, these vignettes and short stories will take you on a ride through deeply personal narratives that explore the hidden world of those that call New York City their home.
This book is about us: crowds of strangers who all face the same conflicts and paths, whether we’re walking through our home town, or the city of dreams.
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About the Author
Alex Clermont is a creative writer, and full-time copywriter, born and raised in New York City where he received his BA in English creative writing from Hunter College. Alex has been a contributing writer to Beyond Race Magazine, Turntable Magazine and several other publications covering and interviewing independent artists and musicians. Alex's fiction has appeared in the anthologies The Bodega Monthly and Every Second Sunday—a collection by authors from around the world. He has been also appeared in the online literary journal Foliate Oak as well several other print and online publications. He’s the author of the independently published, Eating Kimchi and Nodding Politely. He is has also self-published a short story titled, "Missing Rib,” which features a 4.5 star rating on Amazon.