You Can't Get Off Here was a chapbook made for the Stall Show curated by The Office of Recuperative Poetics. The chapbook features poetry and photograph that investigate the Myrtle Avenue Elevated subway line that ran through Brooklyn until 1969. Inspired by the photography of William Gedney, who lived on Myrtle Avenue during the 1960's, the chapbook documents how Myrtle Avenue has changed since the train was dismantled. Photographs from the last days of the Elevated taken by Patrick Cullinan remind us of the landscape's past, a visceral reminder of how quickly Brooklyn has changed in the past fifty years. The project poses questions not only about the history of the area but the effect that dismantling an entire subway line had in creating the transportation deficiencies that many Brooklyn residents deal with today.