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com:天路某处山脉,男子送女友突然,一阵又一阵灭世光芒冲天而起,澎湃的力量扫荡无数亿里,四周空间弥漫的混乱气流全部一荡而空。

“万世,二手婚戒两现在,二手婚戒两你也接我一击!

”黄小龙冷冽的声音响起,说完,兽蛮雷珠迸发出了恐怖的雷芒,雷气狂然暴射而出,向万世淹没而来,速度之快,让万世难以反应。

雷气所到之处,任前女友都空间如同脆弱的玻璃,被寸寸摧毁。

万世想逃,戴过但是雷气速度太快了,戴过眨眼便来到他面前,根本不容他多想,死亡威胁之下,他神格催动到了极致,将全身能动用的力量全部用上,同时,他身上浮现了一件铠甲,这件铠甲,并不是万世之竹所化,而是呈墨蓝色。

墨蓝色的铠甲,男子送女友散发出一种古朴,但是超越于万界的力量。

这不是天地之力,二手婚戒两不是混沌之力,不是鸿蒙之力,而是一种至尊无上的力量。

召出铠甲之后,任前女友都万世手中万世之竹合并,瞬间缩小,以太清之气催动万世之竹,瞬间挥击而出,迎向了兽蛮雷珠狂啸而至的雷气。

太清之气加上万世之竹,戴过堪比毁天灭地,戴过可灭天地一切,但是当太清之气和万世之竹与兽蛮雷珠的雷气碰撞在一起时,万世看到,可以将一切化为混沌和五行的太清之气,瞬间便被兽蛮雷珠的雷气犁开,破开,冲散。

原本青绿璀璨的万世之竹更是瞬间枯萎,男子送女友宛如被雷电击中的枯竹一般。

在万世恐惧的眼神中,二手婚戒两兽蛮雷珠的雷气淹没而至。

只是,任前女友都让黄小龙疑惑的是,他体内七大混沌雷池竟然没有感应得到混沌戊土雷池?

难道混沌戊土雷池和当初的远古天庭一样,戴过被禁制禁锢在了异空间?

“咦。

”黄小龙惊咦一声,男子送女友他首先发现了圣尊天国和神威天国的人。

“好像是圣尊天国和神威天国?

二手婚戒两”没有多久,金角小牛也是吃惊和意外。


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Toprow:DorothyParker,ZoraNealeHurston,ShirleyJackson,GaelGreene。

Bottomrow:PattiSmith,SusanSontag,TamaJanowitz,KateChristensen。

In1967,PattiSmithwroteinJustKids,shewasconsideringamovetoNewYorkCity。

“Ihadenoughmoneyforaone-wayticket。

Iplannedtohitallthebookstoresinthecity。

Thisseemedidealworktome。

”Twenty-sevenyearsbeforeher,in1940,ShirleyJacksonandhersoon-to-behusbandStanleyHymangraduatedfromSyracuseandmovedtoNewYork。

Accordingtothisbiography,“Forquitesometimetheyhadknownexactlywhattheyweregoingtodo:movetoNewYorkCity,liveascheaplyaspossible,takemenialjobsifnecessaryandwaitfortheBigBreak。

Notjustwait?

—?

pushfor?

it。



Andfifteenyearsbeforethat:“ThefirstweekofJanuary1925,ZoraNealeHurstonmovedtoNewYorkCity,assherecalled,withadollarandfiftycentsinherpurse,‘nojob,nofriends,andalotofhope,’”asoneofherbiographersput?

it。

TheequivalentyoungfemalewriterarrivinginNewYorkinsearchofliterarysuccessin2012(ascalculatedbytheCPIInflationCalculator)wouldhave$19。

51inherpurse,whichcouldbuybreakfastatBalthazar,orapackofsmokesandoneHappyHourcocktail,orabouttenhours’?

rent。

We’velookedathowmuchthecostsofthingslikeReesespeanutbuttercupsandTVsetshavechangedovertime?

—?

veryspecificitems。

Let’scastawidernet。

Formorethanacentury,theyoungflocktoNewYorkastheplacetolaunchacareerinthearts。

Isitasexpensiveapropositionnowasitalwayshasbeen?

Hasthesizeofthepotentialrewardsincreasedordecreased?

Andmoreimportantly,justwhatwasitlike?

InwhatwayswashangingattheAlgonquinRoundtablejustlike(andnotlike)bummingaroundthelobbyoftheChelseaHotel?

Let’slookattheBohemiansetovertime,asseenthroughtheeyes(andpocketbooks)ofsomeofthewomenwriterswe’vebeenreadingfordecades,fromDorothyParkerandHurstononwardto?

today。

Thelistofauthorsdiscussedhereisn’tmeanttobeexhaustive,orevenauthoritative。

Therearemany,manywritersthatcouldhavebeenincludedinthissurvey,andanysuchomissionisnotintendedasaslight(excepttoAynRand,ofcourse)。

Alsodifferentbiographiesarelessforthcomingthanotherswhenitcomestospecificdollaramounts,whichwassometimesafactorinchoosingsubjects。

Ourintentherewassimplytopickawriterortwofromenoughdifferenterastogiveasenseofwhat’sbeeninvolvedinmovingtotheBigAppletomakeit(orotherwise)overthepast?

century。

THERENT

Thefirstconcernofthenewarrivalishousing。

Nottoputtoofineapointonit,butayoungartistwithoutaroofovertheheadwilleventuallybetypingintherain。

Andwhilecouch-surfing(orwhateveritwascalledbeforetherewassurfing)isattractiveasashort-termsolution,that’sascenariowhosecharmwears?

quickly。

DorothyParkerwasnotonlytheoriginalNewYorkscenedenizen,she’sthemostindelible。

ThePatronSaintofGettingOfftheGoodOne,DorothywastechnicallyaNewYorkerfromtheget-go,althoughshewasbornintheRothschildsummerresidenceinNewJerseyin1893。

AndthescenethatsheraninwasthefamousAlgonquinRoundTableset,agroupofNewYork’sallegedlybestandbrightestthatcongregatedaroundagiantcornerlesstableintherestaurantoftheAlgonquinHotelonWest44thStreet(reopeninginMay!

)。

Thesejournalists,poetsandplaywrightsincludedAlexanderWoollcott,GeorgeKaufmanandDorothy’spalRobertBenchley。

Fromhere,thatconstitutesanUr-Scene,theonethatalltheotherscomparethemselvesto?

—?

witty,talented,incestuousandinseparable,awholegreaterthanthesumoftheparts。

And(reluctantly)standingattheprowwasDorothyParker,whosetenureattheRoundTableseemedmoreavocationthanalunchtimehabit。

FordetailsofMrs。

Parker’slife,weturntoMarionMeade’sbio,DorothyParker:WhatFreshHellIs?

This?

In1927,separatedfromherMr。

DorothyParkergotherownplace,afurnishedsmallone-bedroomonE。

54thStreetinmidtown。

Bothherofficeandlocusfornightlypre-carousingcocktails,Parkerpaid$75amonthrent?

—?

$981。

31in2012dollars。

IfyouseeaMidtownone-bedroomforlessthanathousanddollarsIsuggestyoutake?

it。

Ofcourselivingquartersshouldnotgounadorned。

In1933,ParkerattendedanartexhibitionforZeldaFitzgerald。

ParkerwasfriendswithF。

Scottandhiswife,andbythattimeZeldawasbeginningtheprocessofhercrack-up(tobefollowedbyScott’s)。

Attheshow,ParkerpickeduptwoofZelda’soilsforatotalof$35。

AndwhileParkerthoughtthemofquality,shealsofoundthemtoodisturbingtohang?

—?

perhapsnosurprise,asofthemanythingsthatDorothyParkerwas,championnesterwasnotoneofthem。

AccordingtoMeade,“Sophobicwasherreactiontodomesticitythatshewouldratherhavestarvedbeforeboilingherselfanegg。

”Wereyoutodotheequivalentfavortoafriend’sartistwifeinrehabtoday,youwouldplunkdown?

$612。

94。

Aroundthesametime,ZoraNealeHurstoncametotown。

(ForinfoonHurston,weconsultedWrappedinRainbows:TheLifeofZoraNealeHurstonbyValerieBoyd。

)Afteraperipateticearlyadulthood,bouncingbetweenFloridaandTennessee,Hurstonhadshavedtenyearsoffherage(from26to16)inordertoattendpublicschoolinBaltimorein1917,eventuallyattendingHowardUniversity。

ButOpportunity,thejournaloftheNationalUrbanLeague,hadpublishedHurston’sshortstory“DrenchedInLight”thepreviousmonth,soshepackedupandmadefortheBigCity。

LittlementionismadeoftheexactrentspaidbyHurston(althoughthereis,inclassicwriterlytradition,frequentreferencetoherbeinglateonit),butit’sinterestingtonoteapracticecommontoHarleminthe20sand30s:rentparties。

Foradmissionofpocketchange,afinepartywasthrown,withtheproceedsgoingtowardspayingthatmonth’srent。

Hurstonherself,ataboutthesametimeParkermovedtoE。

54thStreet,threwafurniturepartywhilemovingintohernewflatintheW。

60’s,witheachattendeebringingoneitemoffurniture。

JustasDorothyParker’sapartmentwouldbecomethetreehouseforhercoterie,Hurston’sflatwouldgoontobetheequivalentlocusoftheHarlemRenaissance。

ShirleyJackson’stenancyinNewYorkwasabriefone(accordingtothebiographybyJudyOppenheimer,PrivateDemons),from1940to1945。

SheandhusbandStanleyfirstlandedat215West13thStreet,ashortblockbetweenSeventhAvenueSouthandGreenwich,whichwaslinedwiththesturdyapartmentbuildingswecall“pre-wars。

”Afterabriefforaytoawoodedcabinforthepurposesofthequietpursuitofwritingin’41,theyreturnedtothecity,withapartmentsinWoodside,Queens,andthenbacktotheVillage,onGroveStreet。

AndaswithParkerandHurstonbeforeher,theGroveStreetapartmentbecamesomewhatofahuboffrequentsocialoccasiononceHyman’s(andlaterJackson’sown)workbegantoappearregularlyinTheNewYorker,withnewfriendssuchasJosephMitchell,A。

J。

Liebling,BrendanGill,evenWilliamShawn。

Oppenheimerdescribesthesepartiesas,“neverdull。

Stanleywasexuberantandargumentative,andbothheandShirleycouldbebitinglycritical?

—?

itwasarareeveninginwhichatleastonepersonwasnotmortallyoffended。

”Propstothat。

In1945theydecampedforgood,whenStanleywashiredbyBenningtonCollege。

ThefirstapartmentthatPattiSmith,poet,artistandmemberoftheRockandRollHallofFame,andphotographerRobertMapplethorperented(whentheywereJustKids,in1967),anapartmentthattheysavedmoneyupforwhilerelyingonthekindnessoffriendsforshelter,was160HallStreetinBrooklyn,notfarfromPrattInstitute,for$80amonth。

Theyentertainedfriendsthere,muchlikeParker,HustonandJacksonbeforethem,andSmithreferredtothesesoireesas“loser’ssalons。

”Now,thatrentwouldbe$545。

Let’sjustsaythatFortGreeneisalittlemorepriceynow。

(Thoughtobefair,thepropertywasmostrecentlyappraisedat$646,000,whichisanattractivepriceforathree-unitbuilding。

)

By1969SmithandMapplethorpehadmovedtoaroomintheiconicChelseaHotelonWest23rdStreetinManhattan,whereDylanThomaslivedbeforethemandSidandNancyafterthem,andwhereartistsfromMarkTwaintoJacksonPollocktoVladimirNabokovwouldstayonvisits。

Theroomran$55aweek。

Thenextyear,theymoveddownthestreetintothesecondflooraboveOasisBar,whichtheypartitionedintotwospacestoaccommodatetheirgrowingseparatelives,forarentof$225amonth。

Thatwasthelastquarterstheywouldshare,thoughtheyremainedlifelongfriends(untilMapplethorpe’sdeathin1989)。

Convertedintocurrentdollars,therentswouldbe$341aweekand$1,320amonth,respectively。

FromthememoirofSigridNunez,SempreSusan,wegetawindowintothelifeofSusanSontag,theDarkLadyofAmericanLetters,inNewYorkin1976。

Now,itmaynotbefairtocharacterizeSontagasastrugglingartistin1976?

—?

shewasalreadyapublicfigure/intellectualforthepastdecade,hadalreadyfamouslyvisitedHanoi?

—?

butlet’srememberthatbeingapublicfigure/intellectualisnotalwaysasremunerativeasonewouldthink。

Sontag’sapartmentatthetimewasonthecornerofRiversideand106thStreet,atwo-bedroompenthouseonablocklinedwithmoreofthosepre-wars,notfarfromtheColumbiacampus。

Rentwasreportedly$475,or$1,914。

96converted,whichmayseenlikenotsomuchthebargain,butifyou’veneverseenaprewartwo-bedroompenthouseapartment,think“mansion。



Morerecently,KateChristensen?

—?

PEN/FaulknerwinnerforTheGreatMan,and,mostrecently,authorofTheAstral?

—?

veryhelpfullypostedashortbit(and,evenmorehelpfully,wasniceenoughtoanswerafewquestionsviaemail)detailingtheRentsThatSheHasKnown,bouncingaroundNYCpost-college。

(Ifyou’renotfamiliarwithBrooklyn,youmaywanttoskipoverthestreetreferenceshere,butduringthattimeIlivedblocksawayfromChristensensoI’mfascinated。

)In1989,sherentedabedroomofanapartmentonSt。

MarksPlacebetween3rdand4thAvenuesfor$300?

—?

ofwhichapartmentChristensensays,“Ourwindowshadbulletholesinthem;myroommatewasmuggedtwiceinfrontofthebodegaonthecorner;myboyfriendwasafraidtovisitme。

”Nostalgia!

In1990,herone-bedroomonGrahamoffMetropolitan(currentlySecond-WaveWilliamsburgnexus)was$350。

In1995,herplaceonN。

HenryandNorman,thefarreachesofGreenpoint,was$450。

In1996,shemovedintohernewhusband’sindustrialloftnearMetroandWythe,whichwentfor$700。

Respectively,thoserentsadjustto$550。

80,$609。

66,$672。

23and$1,015。

70。

AndChristensenevenprovidesherowncurrentexample,as,whensheleftBrooklynin2010,herrailroadapartmentnearMonitorandNormanStreetswas$1,800。

Lessonlearned:man,didwehaveitgoodinthe?

90s。

FOODAND?

DRINK

Theacquisitionandconsumptionofthedailybreadisanoccupationforusall,ofcourse,butfortherecentlyarrived,ittakesonaspeciallight。

Thesearebasicneeds,ofcourse,buttheyareancillarytoMakingIt。

Whohastimetoworryoverthemeatandthepotatoeswhenthesearchforstatuslooms,andwhensurroundedbysuchinterestingfriends?

Notsomuchanafterthought,butsomethingthathappensinthebackofthemind,frequentlyonthewaytosomewhereelse。

Amidstthewisecracksandthebonmotshurtlingbackandforth,theroomthatheldtheRoundTablewasarestaurant,providingsustenancetothewell-heeledclientele(andtheRoundTablers)。

WhileDorothywasmorelikelytorelyonthecharityofthehotel,happytohaveafamous/notoriousregular,theblue-platespecial(halfofaspringchicken,twoveggiesandFrenchfries),wasgoingfor$1。

65in1927,theheightoftheRoundTable’sfame。

Convertthatinto2012dollarsandyouget$21。

59。

True,theAlgonquinwouldoccasionallystandthebill,asthepublicitybroughtbythecelebrityoftheRoundTablerswasworthit,theAlgonquinwasdecidedlynota?

diner。

Maybetheoffhandedconcernforaday’sworthofcalorieswasduetotheirfondnessforliquidrefreshment。

TheRoundTablers,wereprettymuchsousestoaman(orwoman),andthatwasduringProhibition。

Andatthattime,theTablersweren’texactlyscouringthecityforthecheapestHappyHour。

ThebootlegScotchthatDorothy’sfirsthusbandwouldpickuptokeepthecouplelubricatedin1922wasgoingfor$12aquart(aprincely$162。

62incurrentdollars)。

WithSusanSontag,againwesufferfromthelackofadirectreferencetoprice,butfromNunez’sSempreSusanwehavethistidbitonSontag’sopinionoftheformaldinnerparty,whichbringstomindtheentertainingofParker,Hurstonand?

Jackson:

Itwassometimeinthesixties,aftershe’dbecomeaFarrar,StrausandGirouxauthor,andshewasinvitedtoadinnerpartyattheStrauses’UpperEastSidetownhouse。

Backthen,itwasthecustomchezStrausforthegueststoseparateafterdinner,themenrepairingtooneroom,thewomentoanother。

ForamomentSusanwaspuzzled。

Thenithither。

Withoutawordtothehostess,shestalkedofftojointhe?

men。

NaturallythemealsofGaelGreenearemoreofapronouncedelementinthestoryofGaelGreene’slife,asrelatedinherautobiographyInsatiable:TalesFromaLifeofDeliciousExcess。

Shewritesofalifeofnascentgourmandism,growingupinMichiganinthe40’s,accentuatedbyamid-collegeyearinFrancewithaone-monthdetourtoRome,whereshelearnedhowtofeedanynumberoffriendswithalambrisottothatshecouldwhiptogetherforabuckor?

two。

Evenasherstarasamagazinewriterandrestaurantreviewerbegantorise,intheheadydaysoftheascensionofNewYorkmagazine,Greenekeepsaneyeonthebottomline。

In1969Greenewroteafeaturecalled“TheMenuRapandHowToBeatIt,”aservice-ylittlebitadvisingNewYorkersonhowtodownsizeitupwhilestylingandprofilingatthemoreprohibitiveofNewYork’srestaurants。

Forexample,amealfortwoshenames“FourSeasonsinYourSlackSeason,”(fromtheFourSeasons,naturally)achickenlivermoussetoshare,twoquailsenbrochetteandapotofcoffeecometo$14。

25,or$88。

40now。

Notsoslack?

no?

InInsatiable,GreenementionsthepriceofabottleofChablissheandherfirsthusband,journalistDonForst,drankin1962whileplanningtheirbelatedhoneymoonas$1。

89,intendedtodemonstratethemodestyofherandDon’spre-famelifestyle。

WasthatinfactaTwoBuckChuck?

At$14。

25in2012dollars,noitwas?

not。

In1967,PattiSmith,newlyinNewYorkandlivinginthestreets,findstwoquartersinthegrassofapark,whichpaidforbreakfastforherandhernewfriend/scout,Saint(whobordersonthearchetypeoftheMagicalHomelessPerson,but,hey,ithappened)。

“Fiftycentswasrealmoneyin1967,”writesSmith。

Fiftycentsthenis$3。

41now。

Notwhatwewouldcallrealmoney?

—?

bagelwithaschmearmaybe,andhopefullywithafreecoffeeregular?

Andtwoyearslater,shescrapedtogetherchangeandwenttotheAutomatforalettuceandcheesesandwich。

Shethoughtitwouldcost55cents,butthepricehadincreasedbyadime,soshewasshort。

AgallantAllenGinsberg,thenastrangertoSmith,paidthedifferenceandtheyatetogether。

TheadjustedcostofthesandwichoverwhichSmithwasmistakenforanattractiveyoungman?

$4。

03。

CLOTHES

Clothesarenotaprominentelementofmanyofthelifestorieswelookedat,andhappilyso,asthat’snotastereotypeweareexcitedtoperpetuate。

WrappedinRainbowsdoesmentionthatin1926,whileZoraNealeHustonwasatBarnard,admissiontotheJuniorPromran$12。

50,whichweincludeasthatisatleastpartiallyanapparel-relatedevent。

Thatconvertsintoaneven$162now?

—?

prohibitiveifyouarepinchingthe?

pennies。

GaelGreenedoesmentionbeingfashion-mindedasanewNewYorkerin1957,reading“WWDreligiouslyso[she]coulddecidewhichYvesSaintLaurentorGivenchydesignstolookforwhenauthorized$69。

95copiesarrivedatOhrbach’s,thelate,lamenteddiscounttempleonThirty-fourthStreet。

”Hautecoutureknock-offsmaybeanarguablenecessityforthenewarrival,butthemodernequivalentofthatpricetagis$566。

73?

(Yikes。

)

ApieceofjewelrywastheMacGuffinofthesecretoriginofthefriendshipbetweenPattiSmithandMapplethorpe。

In1967theymetunderrandomcircumstancethreetimes,thethirdtimebeingthecharm。

Thesecondtime,MapplethorpecameintoBrentano’s,whereahomelessSmithworked(andsometimesslept,hidingastheylockedupthestore)。

MapplethorpeboughtaPersiannecklacethatSmithhadhadhereyeon。

Thenecklacecost$18。

Thethirdtimetheymet,MapplethorpegaveittoSmith。

Thisextravagantgesturewouldcost$122。

69?

now。

In1973,SmithmadeapilgrimagetotheArdennesofFrancetovisitthebirthplaceofArthurRimbaud。

ToprepareforthevoyageontheBoweryshepurchasedwhatsheimaginedasherwardrobeforthetrip:“anunconstructedraincoatofKellygreenrubberizedsilk,aDiorblouseofgrayhoundstoothlinen,browntrousers,andanoatmealcardigan,”apreviously-enjoyedensemblethatsetherback$30,or$153。

83adjusted。

You’veheardofnovelistTamaJanowitz,ofcourse。

Amidstthebooksshehaswritten(includingtheiconicSlavesofNewYork)isacollectionofessays,AreaCode212:NewYorkDays,NewYorkNights,whichisrichindetailusefultothisproject。

Fromthecollection,welearnthatwhenJanowitzwasfinishingcollege,shewasdevelopingthetrademarkstyleforwhichshewasequallynotoriousasSlavestookoff,buying(amongothervintagecuriosities)ablackBalenciagaballgownforjust$2。

50attheLadies’AuxiliarythriftstoreinFlushing,Queens。

ShegraduatedBarnardwithherB。

A。

in1977,sowe’llcallit1975whensheboughttheBalenciaga,whichwouldcost$10。

58wereitnow。

Atthatprice,buythem?

all。

AndKateChristensen,whilelivingatherSt。

Markspadwiththebrokenwindowsin1989,gotapairofblackBandolinopumpsfor$80,towearatherfirstBigCityjob。

Thejob,however,wasinpublishing(“Ididn’trealizeeveryoneinpublishingworesneakerstowork,”saidChristensen),sosheonlyworethemtwice。

Adjusted,thatwasa$146。

88investmentinafuturethatdidnot?

come。

LIFEINCIDENTALS

Intoeachoftheselivesalittlerainmustfall。

Inbetweentheexhilaratingtimestherearethedown-days,theaccidentsandthesetbacks,minorand?

major。

Take,forexample,DorothyParker。

Noneofourlivesarewithouttheirupsanddowns,invitedandnot,butParker’sdownswerenumerousandfrequent。

Giventobothdepressionandasharpcaseofdipsomania,Parkerattemptedsuicideonmorethanoneoccasion。

Afteronesuchattemptin1926,shekeptregularappointmentswithDr。

AlvanBarach(whowouldlatergoontohelpdeveloptheoxygentent)asanattempt,whichfailed,atrehabilitation。

Eachhour-longappointmentcost$25(whenParkerbotheredtopay),whichtranslatesintothepricey$325。

23incurrent?

dollars。

AyearlaterParkerfoundherselfattractedtoapoliticalcause(shockingtheRoundTablers,asParkerwasnotoneknowntohaveapoliticalbent)。

FerdinandoSaccoandBartolomeoVanzettiwerefacingtrialforadoublemurderandrobberythathadhappenedsevenyearsearlier。

Astherewasveryrabidanti-anarchistsentimentatthetime(thiswouldbethefirstRedScare),supportersofthemovementclaimedthatSaccoandVanzettiwererailroaded。

ThetrialinBostonwasheavilyprotested,andParkerwasoneofthecelebrities(alongwithEdnaSt。

VincentMillay,UptonSinclairandKatherineAnnePorter)whocametotowntomarchinsupportofthem。

Shewasarrestedononeofherfirstmarches,andfinedfivedollarsfor“loiteringandsauntering。

”I’mnotsureifthesaunteringlawisstillonthebooks,butthefineconvertstoapresent-day$65。

42?

—?

roughlyamildNYCparking?

ticket。

ItdidnotendwellforSaccoandVanzetti,andthatwasnotthelastRedScarethatDorothyParkergotcaughtupin,ashercommitmenttosocialcausesandgeneralleft-leaninglandedherontheBlacklistofthesecondRedScareinthe50s。

Hercommitmentsurvivedherpassingin1967,asshebequeathedherestatetothe?

NAACP。

WhenPattiSmithwasmakingthebigmove,hopingforalifeasabookseller,sheactuallyfoundthatshedidnothaveenoughmoneyfortheone-wayticket。

Butshefoundapurse,underneathapublicphone,thathadnotonlyabusticketinit,butalsothirty-twodollars,whichshedescribedas“almostaweek’spaycheckatmylastjob。

”That’67$32wouldbe$218。

12now(obviously,thisdoesnotcountasacalamityforSmith,butthinkofthepoorladyinPhillywholosther?

purse)。

Canadollaramountbeplacedonaffairsoftheheart?

Notsomuch,butit’sworthamentioninthespiritofintrepidness。

Someofoursubjectsendedupinlong-termrelationshipsthatlastedfordecades?

—?

ShirleyJackson,forone,remainedmarriedtoStanleyHymanuntilherdeathin1965。

Ontheotherhand,takeZoraNealeHurston,whowastwicemarried,thefirsttimeforfouryearsandthesecondforsevenmonths。

AndofcourseintheearlyyearsforoursubjectsthereistherequisiteamountofHookingUp。

DorothyParkerwassaidtohavehadaffairswiththebulkoftheRoundTable;PattiSmithwaslinkedtoMapplethorpeandSamShepard(beforemarryingFred“Sonic”Smithin1980andremainingsountilhisdeathin1994)。

AndthedalliancesofGaelGreeneyoumighthaveheardof,astheyincludedClintEastwoodandBurtReynolds(eachthesubjectofmagazinefeaturesGreenewasassigned)。

Greene,youmayremember,alsogainedacertainnotorietyforpublishingveryforwarderoticnovelsinthe70s(BlueSkies,NoCandyandDoctor?

Love)。

Thoughsometimestheunintendedconsequenceoftherollinthehaycarriesapricetag,realoremotional。

BeforeSmithleftNewJerseyforNewYork,shefoundherselfunexpectedlyinamotherlywayatage20,ababyshegaveupforadoption。

AndParker’srelationshipwithplaywrightCharlesMacArthurin1922(beforehermarriagetoMr。

Parkerhadended,bytheby)resultedinanabortion(aboutwhichParkerquippedthatitservedherrightforputtingallhereggsinonebastard)。

ItwasrumoredthatMacArthurkickedinthirtydollarsfortheprocedure,whichwouldbe$406。

54?

now。

THEDAY?

JOB

Eventuallytheyoungarrivisteturnshereyetogettingpaid。

Alltheapartments,themeals,thehooch,theBalenciagas?

—?

theydon’tpayforthemselves。

Hence,thedayjobandthegeneralhustleforscratch,allinhopesofthatfirstcheckforsomethingtheartistactuallycametoNewYorktodointhefirst?

place。

It’sdifficulttoseparatethepre-andpost-successlifeforDorothyParker,asherfirstsalepredatesheremployment,andheremploymentwastiedinprettytightlywithherwriting。

Butshortlyaftershesoldherfirstpoemin1914,ParkerwashiredonthestaffofVogue,thesistermagazineofVanityFairfor$10(or$225。

41,adjusted)aweek。

ShecontinuedtocontributetoVF,andbegantobeassignedfeaturewritingin1917。

Monthslatershewastransferredfull-timetoVF,whereshewouldmeetRobertBenchleyin1919,whenhewashiredasmanagingeditorforasalaryofahundreddollarsaweek(or$1,325。

97now)。

Sometimesdeductibleexpenseswereincurred。

In1920,DorothyhadbeenletgofromVanityFair(tomakewayforthereturnofP。

G。

Wodehouse,whomshe’dreplaced),andBenchley,MapplethorpetoParker’sPattiSmith,joinedherbyresigninginprotest。

Inpursuitoffreelancework,thetwodecidedtorenttheirownoffice,averymodestcloset-sizedspaceintheMetropolitanOperaHousestudios。

(“Aninchsmalleranditwouldhavebeenadultery,”saidParker,anadulterywhichnomatterhowwidelytalkedaboutwasdeemedunfoundedbyParker’sbiographer,MarionMeade。

)Therent?

Thirtydollarspermonth,whichworksouttobe$341。

49,whichseemstobeaboutwhatadeskinaworkspacemightcostnowinBrooklynHeights,ormaybeintheFashionDistrict。

InthecaseofZoraNealeHurston,herearlylifewasalittlehand-to-mouth。

BorninFloridaandraisedintheJimCrowSouth,oneofherearliestrecordedjobswasasmaidtotheleadsingerofatravelingGilbertSullivantroupein1915,fortendollarsaweekplusroomandboard。

Nowthatwouldbe$225。

41。

Later,afterinitialsuccesswhileinNewYorkproper,shefoundthatthewriter’spaycheckwasnotsufficienttomakeendsmeet。

Shewasthenstakedbyherbenefactress,philanthropistCharlotteMason,who,bothbornandmarriedintowealthandobsessedwith“primitive”spiritualityfollowingthedeathofherhusbanddecadesbefore,was“Godmother”tomanyintheHarlemRenaissance。

In1928MasonhiredHurstonasaresearcher,totravelthroughouttheSouthcollectingAfrican-Americanfolklore,forthesalaryof$200amonth,whichconvertsto$2,662。

73now。

ShirleyJackson,inthe40s,sufferedmanyamenialjob。

Jackson,mockingherownc。

v。

wrote,“Iamtwenty-three,justoutofcollege,authorityonallbooksandgreatwriter,cantype,cook,playaratheremotionalgameofchess,andhavearepublicanfather,whichisnofaultofmine。

”OneofthesejobswasabriefstintsellingbooksatMacy’s(booksellingbeingarecurringthemehere)。

OneofhusbandStanleyHyman’sfirstjobsisalsoamatterofrecord?

—?

in1940enteredandwonaNewRepubliccontest,whichmagazinethenofferedhimajob(whichhetook)aseditorialassistantat$20aweek(whichworksouttobe$327。

30in2012dollars)。

AccordingtothisNewYorkfeature,NoraEphron,arrivingfreshfromWellesleyin1962onherwaytoafull-timereportinggigfortheNewYorkPost(andeventuallongcareerinthemotion-picturebusiness)wasfirstamail-roomgirlatNewsweek,fortheweeklysalaryof$55。

WerethatWellesleygirlmakingthecurrentequivalentaftermakingthemovefromMassachusetts,shecouldexpect$414。

62aweek,alittlemorethantenbucksanhourforaforty-hourweek。

GaelGreene,inherautobiography,describesherreactiontobeingaskedtowriteforClayFelker’snewmagazine,NewYork。

Greenewasalreadyasuccessfulfreelancer,withbylinesinbigticketmagslikeLadies’HomeJournalandCosmopolitan,andwasconcernedaboutthesizeofherFelkerpaycheck。

“ThewordwasthateveryoneatNewYork,starwritersandunknownsalike,wouldbepaidthesamepunythreehundreddollarsanarticletillthemagazinebegantomakemoney,”Greenewrites。

Thiswas1968,sothatpuny$300wouldbeapuny$1,954?

now。

Meanwhile,thatsameyearPattiSmithlandedhersecondbookstorejob,atScribners,andthesalaryof$65aweekmadeherthebreadwinnerof160Hall,whileMapplethorpemadeart。

Thatworksouttobe$428。

46now。

(Forpurposesofillustration,aforty-hourweekatthecurrentfederalminimumwagewouldnet?

$290。

)

AndthepublishingjobforwhichKateChristensenboughtthepumps?

ThatwasasaneditorialassistantatWilliamMorrow(aniceplacetostart,yes?

),fora1989salaryof$17,500,whichwouldbe$32,129?

now。

MAKINGIT

Hopefullythedaythatcomesafterthedingyapartment,cadgingmealsandpunchingtheclockisthedaythatfirstcheckarrives,compensationforthefirstbyline,orthefirststory。

Andevenmorehopefully,thatdayisonlythefirstofalongmarchofsuch?

days。

ThefirstpiecethatDorothyParkereversold,anine-stanzapoemcalled“AnyPorch,”wasboughtbythen-newmagazineVanityFairin1914fortwelvedollars。

Remember,thatwasatimeinwhichpoemsweremorewidelypublished(asin,bymorethanjustTheNewYorker)。

Infact,Parker’scelebrity(andshewasnodoubtone,inthe20sand30s)wasbuiltmoreonherversethanonherprose。

(Yes,youmaybesickofhearing,“Menseldommakepasses/Atgirlswhowearglasses,”citedasrepresentativeofParker’stalent,aswellyoushould。

)Nevertheless,thatfirstsaleconvertsto$273。

20incurrentdollars,orthirtybucksa?

stanza。

In1925,soonafterarrivingtothecityat34(whichshouldreassureyoulate-bloomers),ZoraNealeHurstonwonmoreprizesthananyoneelse(morethanCounteeCullen,morethanLangstonHughes)inOpportunity’sfirstliterarycontest?

—?

twosecondprizesandtwohonorablementions,oneeachinshortstoryanddrama。

Eachofthesecondprizesbroughtanawardof$35,or$455。

33,adjusted。

Hurston’sfirstnovel,Jonah’sGourdVine,waspublishedin1931,forwhichshereceivedanadvanceof$200,orconverted,$2,995。

57。

(Howisitthatthesame$200isworthmorein1931thanin1928?

TheGreatDepression,whichwasatimeofmonetarydeflation。

)

In1941,whileonaustereretreatinNewHampshirewithherhusband,ShirleyJacksonsoldherfirstpiece,ashortcomedicpiecetitled“MyLifeWithR。

H。

Macy”totheNewRepublic。

ItwasanaptrecountofherexperienceswhilesellingbooksatMacy’s,anditbroughtwithitafeeof$25(or$390。

12in2012dollars)。

I’mnotsure,however,howmuchthatistranslatedintoNewHampshiredollars。

“TheLottery”(whichisthemostharrowingthingyoureadinhighschool)wasfirstpublishedintheNewYorkerinJune1948,andherfirstnovel,TheRoadThroughTheWallwaspublishedlaterthatyearforanadvanceof$500,or$4,759。

17adjusted。

AccordingtoAreaCode212,in1986TamaJanowitz(whohadpartlysupportedherselfwithfellowshipsandprizespost-college)obtainedwiththehelpofheragentanadvanceof$3,500forSlavesofNewYork,thenovelthatwouldputheronthemap(andintothelargelymanufactured“BratPack”alongwithJayMcInerneyandBretEastonEllis)。

Thatconvertsinto$7,270now。

Hernexttwobookswerepre-sold(atthesametimeasSlavesfor$20,000apiece,or$41,544,whichseemsmorelikeit,butwhenyoutakeoutthetaxesandtheagent’scommission,notsomuch。

Especiallyifittakesmorethanayear(ortwo)towritethenovel,that’snotexactlyenoughtorushoutandbuyyourselfhealthinsurance。

KateChristensen’sfirststorywaspublishedasthewinnerofaMademoisellefictioncontestin1988,whichbroughtheranawardof$1,000,whichwouldbe$1,924。

24,now(“Itsavedmylife,”Christensenwrotetomeinanemail)。

AndayearlatersheplacedherfirstpieceinSeventeen,a100-wordassignmentonarchitectMayaLin,foradollaraword。

Thatconvertsinto$183。

60in2012dollars。

Ididnotaskheraboutherbookcontracts,asitseemed?

tacky。

SCRAPINGBY

InanessayreminiscenceoftheNewYorkCityartworldintheearly80s,fromherAreaCode212collection,Janowitzwrites,“IwasinmytwentiesandfeltembitteredthatIhadmissedtheRealThing?

—?

theRealScene?

—?

bymorethanadecade。

”Maybethat’sastrangeargumentforJanowitztomake,consideringhowSlavesofNewYorktransformedwherevershewasoncehangingoutintotheRealScene,atleastinretrospect。

(Forexample,thenextpieceinthebookdetailstheBlindDateClub,whichconsistedofAndyWarholtakingJanowitzandPaigePowelloutonaweeklydinnerwithvariousandrandomblinddates?

—?

ifWarholisnottheRealScene,thenwhois?

)Butisthattheappealofmovingtothebigcity?

Isthegoalsuccess,oristhegoaltherichnessofexperiencethathappensinthepursuitofthat?

Itmaybeacareerdecision,butit’scertainlyalsoalifestylechoice,andIwilldothefavorofnotreferencingacertainSundaytelevisionshowpertinenttothisdiscussion。

AndisthatwhytheinfluxofyoungwriterstoGothamcontinuestothisday?

Ithinkit’ssafetosay,lookingoverthedata,thatwhilebargainscanbehad(I’vehadthemtoo!

),livinginNYCisandhasbeenanexpensiveproposition,andwhileatenablestandardoflivinghashistoricallybeenobtained,asdemonstratedbyoursubjects,MakingItisoneoftheharderthingsintheworld(andthat’sbeforeweevenbegintotalkaboutthingslike?

talent)。

Writingaboutherearlytimeasawriter,Janowitzendsareckoningofhowlittlemoneyshemadecomparedtowhatshe’dhavemadewithamorecut-and-drycareerobserving,“Asforadvice,Ionlyofferthis:Mamas,don’tletyourdaughtersgrowuptobewriters。

”ApologiestoWillieNelson,butifit’spilesofcashthattheyoungwriterisimaginingthatawaitinmovingforthebrightliterarylightsofNewYork,that’ssage。

Butmaybeeverythingelse,theRealThing-ness,makesupforit。

It’shardtoavoidhavingtoscrapeby,seeminglyatanyage,andmaybeone’sownAlgonquinRoundTableismorethanasmallcomfort。

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