10 Cloverfield Lane

I meant to take the day off yesterday to see 10 Cloverfield Lane, but more things continued to go wrong with Echo. It’s insane how many things are messed up. Right now AOL is refusing the accept our email, saying that our new IP is not our IP, except it is.

Maybe I’ll try to see it today.

The room where I research the archives of the Supreme Court, at the Division of Old Records in the Surrogate’s Court building at 31 Chambers Street. I’ve only been able to work on my book in very small spurts for the past few weeks.

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Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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2 thoughts on “10 Cloverfield Lane

  1. I haven’t seen Cloverfield either but it is getting great reviews! Your archive room reminds me of that sort of bunker – no windows, metal filing cabinets/lockers, stacks of stuff. But I love the library stacks so I might be okay in a bunker. I only seem to get ‘claustrophobic’ in crowds of people, not confined spaces.

  2. There actually are windows in this room though, to the left, not pictured. Still it has a bunker feel.

    That’s interesting though, that you feel claustrophobic in crowds and not in confined spaces, but I get it. There were a couple of times when I got caught up in a crowd here in the City, and it was horrible. I couldn’t get out immediately, and if the crowd went crazy, as crowds sometimes do, I would have been completely vulnerable.

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