In his new book MY APARTMENT, novelist and playwright Michael K. White explores the tiny connections and disconnections that occur, sometimes on multiple levels of existence and reality, within the same physical space over several decades. MY APARTMENT is the epic unknown history of a certain apartment (#9) and a seemingly random selection of big and small episodes from the wide pulsing comic spectrum of the tenants who lived there. Told in a slyly surreal and knowing non-linear series of short chapters, including bonus interviews with the stove and the walls, MY APARTMENT is a ghost play; a phantom memoir. Encompassing life, love, mystery, evolution and extinction, ambition, tragedy and stasis, MY APARTMENT is a micro-history of America, a sad comedy, a vaudeville of Time. You'll never look at an empty room the same way again.