I’m honored to be part of the limited first edition of the first publication from Ellipsis Rare books, The Corona Chronicle: Essays For New York, a charitable anthology collecting the insights, observations, and reflections of New Yorkers living through the first year of the coronavirus pandemic.
On sale for the first time this weekend at the Manhattan Antique Book and Ephemera Fair, this anthology is the end result of the late 2020 essay contest, where my entry, “My Timeline Stops March 10, 2020” was awarded second place.
Limited to 150 copies, each first edition of The Corona Chronicle anthology is hand numbered by project editor and Ellipsis Rare Books proprietor, Andrew Lenoir, who also offers a short contextual forward. The book was also designed by and features original artwork from Charlotte Anderson.
50% of all proceeds benefit the Food Bank For New York City, provider of 121 million free meals per year to New Yorkers in need.