When writing a feature about murals painted under the pavements of Manhattan by homeless artists, Alan Emmins was challenged by a homeless dancer to try homelessness himself to better understand what he was writing about. He took up the challenge. Don't Let the BENCH Bugs Bite is a humorous, tender and tragic portrait of an invisible New York City, and a society full of surprises. "An absolutely fascinating book!" Robert Elms - the BBC "Digging beneath the depressing statistics and grinding poverty, Emmins' is a more than human portrait" Dazed & Confused 'Cutting edge reportage - Alan Emmins sees the world with such a fresh eye!' William Shaw - Author of Westsiders
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|Size: ||325 KB|
|Publisher: ||Damned Ink|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9788799506200 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|