Guideposts for Enjoying a Short Stay in New York City
Donald Bernard Izban


Donald B. Izban is a "native son" of New York City by osmosis. He was born in Chicago, lived in New York for eleven months during the mid-1950's, and he has visited the "Big Apple" hundreds of times since then. For about three years, he even commuted weekly between Chicago and New York, on business (on a Monday through Friday basis). It is an understatement to say that he knows New York City well.
    In addition to Guideposts for Enjoying a Short Stay in New York City, Mr. Izban has been published often—two earlier books, several magazine articles and poems, and an occasional essay. He has also edited newsletters for scions of the Baker Street Irregulars, of which he is an invested member (since 1994).
    "These Irregular folks make up that honorable, learned society devoted to the study and analysis of the collected works of Sherlock Holmes (a.k.a., the Canon)," he says. "They are in evidence in New York annually gathering there to celebrate Holmes's birthday and wallow in his accomplishments as a consulting detective. Thus, they would do well to read this book."
    Chapbook with Full Colour Card Cover, 80 pp.
ISBN 1-55246-489-X @ $15.00


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