Sunnyville New York Tour 2015 Day 2

On the second day of my New York trip, I headed back into Manhattan.  I passed by my alma mater, Baruch College, where I got my creative writing degree in 2003.

Baruch College on 23rd Street and Lexington Avenue

Baruch College on 23rd Street and Lexington Avenue

Prior to heading back to Carmine Street Comics, my first thoughts were lunch so I headed to an old haunt of mine.  

Sarge's Deli

Sarge’s Deli of Murray Hill, New York City, NY

Sarge’s Deli (548 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10016) is a Jewish deli that is open 24 hours and seven days a week with big portions of food.  You can’t go wrong with the matzoh ball soup, large slices of cheesecake or any of the sandwiches!

From there, I headed downtown to Carmine Street to Carmine Street Comics.

Carmine Street Comics

Carmine Street Comics, 34 Carmine Street, New York, NY

Jon Gorga showed up some time after I arrived there and we chewed the rag for awhile.

Carmine Street Comics shelves

Various shelves of Carmine Street Comics

Independent titles at Carmine Street Comics

Independent titles at Carmine Street Comics

Independent titles at Carmine Street Comics

Independent titles at Carmine Street Comics

Rack of minicomics

A rack of minicomics and zines

Various customers came into the shop that day.  Jon did chat with them as they purchased comics.  I also mentioned my own comics, which are for sale there.

Sunnyville Stories at Carmine Street Comics

Sunnyville Stories and Von Herling for sale at Carmine Street Comics

Jon and I talked a lot.  The end result gave me food for thought when I said goodbye and left.  What we talked about is a whole other blog post.

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About Max West

I am a freelance artist and the creator of Sunnyville Stories, an independent slice-of-life comics series.
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One Response to Sunnyville New York Tour 2015 Day 2

  1. Jawara D. Pittman says:

    I need to get back to New York someday.

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