I read a New York Diaries entry written by Leo Lerman about lunching with writer Erica Jong and actress Stockard Channing. He liked them both, but wrote that Stockard “tells stories better than Erica. Erica is a good listener—sort of cannibalistic …” And I thought, but of course the actress is a better story teller in this kind of setting (although writers can be just as good)! And writers are supposed to be a little cannibalistic!
Please don’t let this stop you from asking us out to lunch. Thank you in advance.
I kept taking pictures of subways the other day.