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Enter New York City's subway system like never before and encounter mystical creatures, cosmic adventures, and a variety of social realities.
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Last Stop on the Z Train

And Other Fantastic Stories to Read While Waiting for the Train

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Last Stop on the Z Train spans genres: space opera, tragedy, magical realism, comedy … and it all exists in one world, the New York City Metropolitan Authority!

23 subway lines. 23 stories. And, like the MTA, all the stories are connected.

Let Mennonite minister and community organizer Jason Storbakken take you on a journey through inner and outer depths⁠—for young adults and explorers of all ages! Enter New York City’s subway system like never before and encounter mystical creatures, cosmic adventures, and a variety of social realities.

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Praise for Last Stop on the Z Train

“What a fantastic read! Truly a thrill ride! I know that taking the train can be a bit of a rollercoaster, but this sincerely was an impressive piece. Hands down the best story in the book is ‘I’m not staring, I’m smelling.’”
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“I purposely read this on my commute on the subway to and from work. Each story took me briefly into another world between stops. I was instantly looking at my fellow straphangers in a different light. A true delight!”
Amazon Review

“Sweet little stories that express New York subway character.”
Amazon Review

About the Author

Jason Storbakken served as Director of Chapel and Compassionate Care at the Bowery Mission for nearly ten years and currently designs the ministry's curriculum. With his wife Vonetta he founded Radical Living, a Brooklyn-based community organization. He is also the author of Radical Spirituality: Repentance, Resistance, Revolution and Bowery Mission: Grit and Grace on Manhattan’s Oldest Street. He obtained his MDiv from Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York, and currently serves as pastor of the Manhattan Mennonite Fellowship.

About the Artist

Pairoj Pichetmetakul is a Buddhist monk-turned-street artist. His work aims to shift public perception and cultivate compassion. One of his current projects consists of riding every subway car on the MTA, from the 1 train to the Z train, and painting the images and visions he sees.

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