Along the Hudson River
In Jersey City, N.J.
By Anthony Buccino
It's about more than the shore,
more than the seagulls, ducks and geese that visit; about more than the people
who leave their bustling offices and saunter outside along the ever-evolving
shoreline of the Hudson River at Harborside and Exchange Place in Jersey City,
It's as much about the sounds of
the sea and what those visitors see as it is about the vista across the water and along
the shoreline in the reborn era of Jersey City, New Jersey at the turn of the century.
by Anthony Buccino
Light your Kindle (Fire) and
More than 200 color snapshots of Jersey City, New Jersey, from Pavonia/Newport to Paulus Hook, from Grundy Park to Grove Street, along the Hudson River from
the Colgate clock to Exchange Place, Harborside and through neighborhoods that have no names.
Color photos are ideal for viewing on Kindle Fire, and bring you up close to New Jersey's second-largest city, its building boom and its broken ground.
Writer/photographer, who worked and walked
these streets for nearly ten years, leaves words behind and speaks through the camera lens and we see the commonplace wildlife, the glimmering structures and the grandeur of the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center and the memorials erected in Jersey City. This collection is ideal for fans of Jersey City, and folks
who've always wanted to visit.
Don't have a Kindle eReader, just download a free reader to your PC and you'll be going thorugh these photos in a few minutes.
ONE MORNING IN
JERSEY CITY -
Poems written along the Hudson River Walkway near Harborside,
Exchange Place, Grundy Pier, the Goldman Sachs can of Coke, and
the Colgate clock in Jersey City, N.J. In these lines, you can
see the pigeons running, hear seagulls squawking, helicopters
buzzing overhead and see buildings reaching for the sky.
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Morning in Jersey City
Anthony blogs on
VOICES ON THE BUS -
Commuting daily on the bus, train,
subway or PATH, one settles into a routine of familiar seating
and faces. You can stare out the window listening to your own
music, or read a book, or write poems about the experience. This
is the latter. Working class verse and tales, musings and random
observations about commuting in Northern New Jersey.
Blog: Voices On The Bus
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When My Ship Comes
Day - Notes and photos from Sept. 11, 2001
A small part of a large story - 911
Waiting for the elevator, Harborside, 10.25.06.
Rambling round Harborside, Jersey
Light rail, Jersey City
Underground, Newark City Subway
essays appear in the second edition
Inside & Outside at the Same Time
LIFE & GROWING UP IN NORTH JERSEY
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Books about Jersey City
Buccino's Work Has Appeared:
The Wall St Journal
Dow Jones Newswires
NJ.Com - NJ Voices
The Nutley Sun
The Belleville Times
The Independent Press of Bloomfield
The Glen Ridge Paper
The Nutley Journal
The Belleville Post
New Jersey Monthly
Modern Food Service Magazine
Paterson Literary Review, U.S. 1
Worksheets, Rattlesnake Review, Medusa's Kitchen, Voices In Italian
Americana, Edison Literary Review, Journal of New Jersey Poets,
CHEST, The Idiom, Fox Chase Review, Up & Under, Caduceus, South
Mountain Poets Anthology, MEWS, LIPS, More Sweet Lemons, The Poem
Factory, On The Quiet Side, PowWow Review and other places, too!
Blog of UT walk through JC posts
Blog of UT JC Posts
Buccino on Amazon
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hold in your hand
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