Monday, October 19, 2009

"Famous New York Widows" by Josh Alan Friedman

Rich doyennes are suspicious of people’s motives. They become the prey of “tombstone ghouls”—Earl Scheib-types who try to persuade them to erect bigger graveside monuments over the phone. Perhaps they feared I was scheming for their jewels.

"Famous New York Widows: Notes from an Unfinished Article" by Josh Alan Friedman.

Click here to read it at Black Cracker Online.