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I've become Paul Lynde in Bye, Bye Birdie : I don't know what's wrong with these kids today. " "It's the same reason he hates me, " Stephen told me while we walked up Rockaway Parkway after school. Nick actually seems older than the angelically smooth-faced Kevin, whose dyed-red emo bangs make him look twelve to my presbyobic eyes.But even if he's too young to remember the last Democratic mayor, Kevin is a legal adult who doesn't need his dad - who, by the way, who wouldn't score half as high as moi on the hipster-o-meter - to accompany him to Northsix tonight. Wherever Grayson casts his gaze, he manages to isolate panoramas of city and small town life in America from the 60s to the present." - American Book Review Copyrighted material AND TO THINK THAT HE KISSED HIM ON LORIMER STREET Copyrighted material Other Books by Richard Grayson Disjointed Fictions With Hitler in New York Lincoln's Doctor's Dog Eating at Arby' s I Brake for Delmore Schwartz The Greatest Short Story That Absolutely Ever Was Narcissism and Me The Silicon Valley Diet Diary of a Congressional Candidate in Florida's Fourth Congressional District Highly Irregular Stories Copyrighted material And to Think That He Kissed Him on Lorimer Street and Other Stories Richard Grayson Dumbo Books 0 Brooklyn 2006 Copyrighted material And to Think That He Kissed Him on Lorimer Street and Other Stories Copyright © 2006 by Richard Grayson All Rights Reserved These stories originally appeared, in somewhat different form, in the literary journals and webzines Mississippi Review, Pindeldyboz, Small Spiral Notebook, Eyeshot, Monkeybi cycle, Barrelhouse, Harrington Gay Men 's Fiction Quarterly, Opium, Hobart, Me Three, Cautionary Tale, Thieves Jargon, Apogee, Surgery of Modern Warfare, Edifice Wrecked, 3711 Atlantic, Fiction Warehouse, Really Small Talk, JMWW, Verb Sap, Rouse Magazine, Wilmington Blues, The Quarterly Staple, Tokyo Gumbo, Dreamvirus, Six Little Things and The Magazine Shiver.When she assigned us a book report on an autobiography, I wrote about My Shadow Ran Fast, by a white ex-convict I'd seen interviewed on the Mike Douglas show.Nick, my sixteen-year-old son, is also back from spending the summer in San Jose with his mom.
For the first one, Stephen and I did Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? At our first rehearsal at Stephen's apartment, I suggested he imitate Richard Burton 's accent in the movie. The son of two professors at Brooklyn Law School, Kevin takes over the case and lays out the facts: He turned eighteen last May and can get into tonight's 10 p.m.Critical acclaim for Richard Grayson's earlier books: "Grayson shows a sense of humor and appreciation of the weird. " - Kirkus Reviews "Grayson is able to create a full range of masks behind which the artist peers out to make his criticisms of modern life. The reader is dazzled by the swift, witty goings-on." - Newsday "Shines with intelligence and even wit." - Cleveland Plain Dealer "Grayson has a splendid command of language; he is steeped in literary history, is highly inventive." - Orlando Sentinel "Slices of life as we know it right here and now. - 1 longed for those endless days of July and August. In tenth grade at Canarsie High School, I was the founder and only member of SPONGE, the Society for the Prevention of Negroes Getting Everything.