For the full interview, see it on Fiction Advocate. Originally published on August 15, 2016. — Nina MacLaughlin is the author of Hammer Head: The Making of a Carpenter, a memoir about her transformation from journalist to carpenter. After spending her twenties as a
Lorimer Street + Powers Street Giant retriever crammed into smallest patch of shade. It's too damn hot.
The Brooklyn-Bound L Train People care more for pit bull than homeless owners: "Does he need water?"
McCarren Park, by Lorimer Street Your owner holds you, her teeth clenching a cup, as she flies on skateboard.
77th Street + 3rd Avenue Glamorous poodle– glancing over her shoulder– fur blowing in breeze.