Michael Sorkin, All Over the Map: Writing on Buildings and Cities (2011)

When the coronavirus pandemic arrived in the United States, Michael Sorkin became one of its earliest high-profile casualties. He died in New York City, where he'd lived since 1973 and about which he'd written since at least the early 1980s. Throughout that decade he was the architecture critic for the also-late Village Voice, a position in which he cou…

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