The process by which one place stops being home and another starts — it’s a mysterious thing. It happens, most often, when we’re not paying attention. And sometimes, as it did for comedy writer and transplanted East Coaster Janis Hirsch, it happens in stages. First she started to feel at home in Los Angeles; but it was only later, after a series of addresses and a run-in or two with Bette Davis, that she landed in the exact place that would be, finally, her home.
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- “Domestic Fun (a),” by Ernest Tomlinson
- “Prismatone,” by Podington Bear
- “Wook,” by Podington Bear
- “Star Prizes (a),” by Tony Kinsey
- “Lena Sequence,” by Roberto Prgiado
- “Jackie,” by Podington Bear
- “Fashion on Parade,” by Ronald Hanmer
- “Playmate,” by Podington Bear
Thanks to Janis Hirsch and Larry Shulman.