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I have agoraphobia, which can mean either I have a fear of large spaces or I have a fear of leaving the house. For me it is leaving the house, and so much of the past six years has been spent inside my fifth-floor apartment in Montclair, a suburb just outside of New York City. Though it has let up significantly over the years I am still pretty much a prisoner when winter comes. Sky-watching has always been a past-time of mine, especially now that I have the view that I do, and it helps ease the pain when I am too sick to go out.

This is my life through my window.


About the Author

Anie Knipping

I'm a social autistic, a layabout with Panic/Anxiety Disorder, and a terminal optimist with clinical depression. I am oversensitive to stimuli but overdose on it willingly, my synesthesia enhancing it all the more. I'm a reclusive and fragile but I'll jump off a cliff if I feel there's something important to learn from it.

I live a strange, charmed life pocked with small wonders and bursts of impossibility achieved. I'm a professional artist despite my best efforts to be a professional writer. I have a collection of marbles that I maintain are all facsimiles of other universes and once grew tomatoes out of the trunk of my car.

I created my own ideas to compensate and wrote/illustrated a book in order to share my results with others. One of my life's quests to get it traditionally published.

The other is to become wise.

Publish Date  July 14, 2011

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  26 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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