Books by Marian Swerdlow

Released: March 20, 1998

"Reading this, straphangers will gain a little compassion for subway conductors—and maybe stop whacking them on the head."
The subway conductor—the man or woman, in a tiny compartment in the train's middle car, whose head emerges when the train stops in a station—is the one who bear the brunt of harried commuters' dissatisfaction with the vagaries of New York City's transit system. Read full book review >