Thursday, May 31, 2007


A Thursday 'Ghost'

"My room was full of all this artwork that no one saw....I lived in this vacuum."

Read Mairead Case's exclusive interview with cartoonist extraordinaire Jeffrey Brown—and sample some pages from his upcoming book, Little Things, only in this week's Ghost.

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Tuesday, May 22, 2007


The New-York 'Bat'

The latest 'Ghost' is an origami-fest that will help you turn your room into a bat-cave. Drop us a line at thenyghostATgmailDOTcom for a free subscription—or just write 'sample' if you want to try it out first.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007


The 'Ghost' Is a Newsletter and Song Both

What's this? A new New-York Ghost? Yes!

This one features a new offering from Mr. Ben Greenman, author of the new book A Circle Is a Balloon and Compass Both. To subscribe (it's free), drop us a line at thenyghostATgmailDOTcom. If you like, feel free to request just a single issue. Sample it in the comfort of your home. Then get back to us and let us know what you think. You have no obligation and you need spend no cash. This offer is good in all 50 states and most countries, except islands.

Now we must play our harp (see illustration).

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Tuesday, May 01, 2007


The New-York...'Gipsy'?

Something about this edition feels vaguely familiar...

With the help of a time-honored Oulipian tactic and Klett's Super-Mini German-English Dictionary, the interim editors of The New-York Ghost have made some alarming changes to an earlier issue. The question now is: Why?

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