The Sunshine Crust Baking Factory
by Stacy Wakefield Author
This is a novel that reads as a page-turning, barely-fictionalized memoir about squatting in New York City in the 90s. A young person, Sid, moves to the Lower East Side and gets caught up in anarchist DIY real-estate politics. Squatting isn't quite the romantic dream she expected, but she steps up, grows up, and figures things out fast. The story is semi-autobiographical, and really captures a time and a place that's changed dramatically in recent years. The story of Sid's attempts to make a home for herself in the city really makes you feel like you're there, smelling the stenches and fighting the fights.
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