strangers exist in this in-between space, where in not knowing them, you are creating a fiction for them, even in passing, but at the same time, there they are, with their actual bodies and their actual clothes.
Zack Ruskin resides in San Francisco, where he works as a bookstore administrator and freelance reporter. His interviews and essays have appeared digitally on Goodreads and Unreality Magazine and in print in The Believer. He also writes as a Featured Columnist covering the S.F. Giants for Bleacher Report. You can follow all the loose threads of his writing endeavors at http://www.zackruskin.com/.