Matthew Sheahan


Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Labor's Love Lost

I dream of the day when the outsourcing C.E.O. gets a brick through his living room window and four flat tires on his way to work.
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Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Great New Yorkers - My Grandmother

You would be hard pressed to meet a better person in all of the world. Go ahead and try....
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image Matthew Sheahan Matthew Sheahan is a writer who lives in New York City. He has been writing Notes from a Polite New Yorker since 2001. His work has appeared in The Black Table, Knot Magazine,, Too Square and other publications. He works as a financial writer and also writes short stories and poems. He is trying to get as much writing done as possible before he has to retreat to an armed bunker somewhere in Idaho or Montana.