Category Archives: The New York Commuter’s Glossary

Tic Tacs, Tums, Times, New York Commuter’s Glossary!

My book! The White Plains train station newstand, Waxman’s. Thanks to Gary Waxman, who’s much nicer than he may appear in this photo, for taking on the book. In case you missed it, The New York Commuter’s Glossary was featured … Continue reading

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Since I Haven’t Mentioned My New Book All Week…

Hey you! Brighten the day for the commuter in your life! Support independent publishing! Buy my little book, The New York Commuter’s Glossary! And if you care to bypass Amazon and its at times stiff handling charges, hit me directly … Continue reading

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A Little Praise For ‘The New York Commuter’s Glossary”

We got some kind words from a real-deal writer, Robert Klara, author of FDR’s Funeral Train, about our own New York Commuter’s Glossary. Robert is an old pal, and was once the “Engine Bob” columnist on this very site–well before … Continue reading

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Trainjotting’s ‘New York Commuter’s Glossary’ Book is Out!

Our book The New York Commuter’s Glossary, which takes past Trainjotting Words of the Week terms, such as tramnesia, stenchbench, Mount Yearnin’, doortality and booze it or lose it, and marries them with the brilliant illustrations of Joseph Walden, all … Continue reading

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