Excerpt of Another Day In Paradise by Carol Bergman
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In many ways, an anthology is not representative, nor can it be completely
balanced or inclusive. Solicitations for stories went out in many forms, and
through many channels: e-mail broadcasts, word of mouth, flyers at conferences.
As editor, I could only work with what was offered; not everyone was willing or
able to interrupt his or her work to reflect and write. A few stories were
abandoned half-finished, or were simply not workable, or came in past deadline.
For the most part, however, once a worker committed to writing a story, he or
she stuck with it to the very end, even if this meant weeks of revision via
e-mail or over coffee in London or New York. The result is an anthology that is
gripping to read and startling in its contribution to the discourse about
New York City
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