Luc Sante is perhaps best known for his sprawling, meticulously researched nonfiction book Low Life: Lures and Snares of Old New York, about subterranean life among the dregs in 19th century Manhattan.
On most sunny summer days, Aaron Cometbus can be found leaning back in a folding chair behind a well-organized used book table on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, scribbling in Sharpie on little scraps of paper.
Aaron Lake Smith writes a zine called Big Hands that was featured
in The New Museum's Generational Show. He has written for Time, Vice, Truthout, and the New York Times, among other publications. He is editing his first novel, THE SHAMBLER, and maintains a website at http://www.oldwaysways.com.