Boris Fishman and Amy Holman were among the writers who dropped in at the New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn Heights last night to celebrate the publication of The Subway Chronicles, a collection of essays about, well, what it’s like on the New York subways. Editor Jacquelin Cangro hosted the reception at the far end of the museum, in a room decorated with old transit signs, while I chatted with author Elise Juska about her recent vacation in Maine, where she completed work on her latest novel, and said hello at the cookie table to Lucinda Rosenfeld, who brought her infant daughter, Beatrice, nestled on her shoulder.
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