Low Rent by Kurt Hollander
A Decade of Prose and Photographs from The Portable Lower East Side

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Included in the anthology are writings by Ameena Meer, David Wojnarowicz, Hubert Selby Jr., Herbert Huncke, and Richard Hell, as well as photographs by Annie Sprinkle, Nan Goldin, and Robert Frank.

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Originally from NYC, Hollander has lived in Mexico City for the last 20 years. Editor of magazines: The Portable Lower East Side (1983-1993) and Poliester (1992-2000). Author of various works of fiction, translator, writer, director and producerof the feature film Carambola (2005). He currently writes for the London Guardian Weekly and the New York Times travel section.
Published October 1, 1994 by San Val. 320 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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New York City's Lower East Side is as much a state of mind as a literal neighborhood: Wherever there are drugs and sex, you're likely to find some of these contributors.

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