"PARDON ME FOR ASKING" talks about Prosperity...and that smell / by Jenna Leigh Evans

The warm, charming and courageous Katia Kelly, champion of authentic Brooklyn and blogger extraordinaire, talks about my novel, my habit of getting priced out of neighborhoods, and developers that build luxury condos on a bed of raw sewage: 

The writer posing in front of her current muse, a certain "luxury" condo-to-be with a waterfront view. The Gowanus Canal's Wikipedia page includes the sentence "Rising gas bubbles betray the decomposition of sewage sludge that on a warm, sultry day produces the canal's notable ripe stench." Hooray for capitalism!

The writer posing in front of her current muse, a certain "luxury" condo-to-be with a waterfront view. The Gowanus Canal's Wikipedia page includes the sentence "Rising gas bubbles betray the decomposition of sewage sludge that on a warm, sultry day produces the canal's notable ripe stench." Hooray for capitalism!