Gridlock And Monkeys…


Should be the title to my next book. Makes perfect sense at least to me.

Saw a segment on very small living spaces. They are trying to sell the idea to the millennium crowd, Manhattan living for one. I suppose for those who just need a space to crash it’s fine. Reminds me of an efficiency hotel. Place to crash, rent is affordable for those who work their asses off and are never home. This is both sad and interesting to me because it leaves no room for growth on any level. The upside is that if you want to live alone, you got it. There isn’t room for anyone/anything else. Not even a fish. Yet there are people out there who will rent and eventually this too will become the norm. I have a live/work space and a large dog so this wouldn’t work for me.

Then we have the idiot who shot up Planned Parenthood this weekend:

Just joined this online company called Patron. I think it’s a crowd sourcing thing but it’s a little confusing. You can visit me there at:

Then you can let me know how it works. Anyway more to come so stay tuned…



About cherylgross

Fine artist, Illustrator and author of The Karpland Chronicles. Professor Pratt Institute and Bloomfield College. Motion graphic collaborations with poet Nicelle Davis include: Commit to Memory: The Precipice of Extinction, In The Circus Of You, Becoming Judas and The Poster Reads; ACTIVE SHOOTER EVENT, travel the video poetry festival circuit. See resume at for other accomplishments.
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