Kathryn Anastasi grew up in Rockville, MD and currently lives and works in New York City. She wants to become a librarian, and maybe one day open a book-bar-cafe where she hopes her loved ones will be regulars.
The show is in a popular bar in the Lower East Side that I don’t yet know is a mainstay. Attractive people in trench coats and logoless baseball caps press past us as we try to steady the beer in our plastic cups. We scan the room for any signs of a stage, too intimidated to ask a stranger here. It’s my third week in New York, his eighth. (Read More)