We're two writers living in a penthouse-style apartment with an extra bedroom in the heart of Hasidic Williamsburg, two balconies, dishwasher, bakeries and a creative environment. One block from the G, and a short walk from the J. Come have a look!
A large, luxury apartment with an elevator that opens up to the space like a penthouse. We have a ton of space, with 2 balconies, dishwasher, our mail works too, and key code access. There are tons of grocery stores, bakeries, and an incredible bar next door with a happy hour 2-9pm!
If you book a week here, I will bake you a welcome pie.
Your roommates are two writers who work in publishing and HR. They're very respectful and are out of the house during the day.
Accès des voyageurs
The house/elevator 24/7, your own keys, balcony, kitchen, dishwasher, laundry, furniture, couch, an empty closet, and bathroom/shower!
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Not much! If you want your space, have it. If you wanna hang out and watch Comedy Central, that's also low key like bomb as hell.
We'll want to interview you a little bit before approving your stay, just so that we feel safe and ok with your time with us. You can smoke off our balcony and bring a pet if you need!
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Francisco Javier Tirado is a creative writer currently working in the cover art department of Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group at Penguin Random House. On the side, he assists the editor of an independently published and distributed magazine called Hello Mr., a new art/literary publication for men who date men.
Former editor of the Indiana Daily Student (Bloomington, IN. Circulation: 15,000), he wrote, devised content, and designed pages for the paper every single day. Topics of interest include: children’s literature, gay civil rights, food, queer youth advocacy, anti-bullying, music/film icons, men’s fashion, advertising, and travel. In addition to writing, Francisco fundraised for The Human Rights Campaign (over $9000 in three months), ran PR for a large-scale LGBT community festival (bringing over 1000 in from out of town) and was the Artistic Director for a nonprofit theater company.
He also teaches creative workshops to students grades 3-12 via 826Chicago in his spare time. Courses vary, from whaling stories to Roy Lichtenstein, to Blogging, to Where The Wild Things Are. He was their PR and Programming Intern the summer of ’011.
He wrote his extensive honors thesis on “Constructions of Masculinity in YA Fiction” and did copiuous amounts of research in order to find a way in which the LGBT character could be better included in adventure narratives. Primarily because he would like to finish this gay YA adventure novel of his own.
Francisco graduated May 2013, with a B.A. in English & Creative Writing, and an honorary degree in Journalism and Gender Studies. He studied at the University College of London last fall (4th best college in the world, according to BBC News), visiting sixteen different cities in three months, and completed a year’s worth of research on a thesis about adventures.
He just finished graduate coursework at the NYU Summer Publishing Institute where he gained the most comprehensive, immersive understanding of the publishing industry, learning from idols like David Granger and Joanna Coles.
He’s lived at eight different addresses in the past year and is finally calling New York “home.”