Fisher co-produced the Oscar-winning Taxi to the dark side, and produced and wrote the documentary On borrowed money. He has been published in the New York Times and the Journal of Art. He has been a media source for Fox Business News and ABC News. He is a resident at The Writers Room, NYC.
[ fiction - may 11 ]
The food of love...
[ fiction - april 11 ]
A moral tale
[ places - january 05 ]
The newly refurbished and expanded Museum of Modern Art is, as its curator of architecture and design said, "so minimal as to be baroque". It's also a revelation.
[ fiction - march 04 ]
"Violet also conjectured that Maria was having sex with Anton in between lunch and dinner; but if not, then he was certainly having sex with Johnny. Stella considered Violet's advice about leaving it all to Maria but refused to editorialise on the sex."
[ fiction - november 03 ]
"I knew that the new patient was comfortable with my looks. It was actually a source of esteem to him that he looked fifteen years younger than I. Therefore, even though he needed my help, he did not feel subordinate. In our society, we place a great deal of importance on looks. This is why I make it a point to keep my modest demeanor, resisting the proddings of my doctor and family to exercise."
[ fiction - october 03 ]
"They had been close for years, almost forever, it seemed. He was handsome, brilliant, generous considerate, destined for success and gay. She knew his tastes and all of his habits. But, such confidence in one's knowledge about someone else can easily be jarred by a very small and seemingly banal discovery that in a second will deconstruct your entire established perception of that friend and leave you totally unnerved."