Sunday night, I wrote “THE END” on the draft of my part of the verse novel MOONWALKING, the story of an unlikely interracial friendship in Brooklyn in 1982... Read More
Thoughts on the role of creative artists in societies facing deep injustice and repression, inspired by an exhibit I saw in Lisbon in spring 2018.
Discussing Gringolandia’s portrayal of resistance and exile at a panel on historical fiction at the NCTE16 conference, and post-election choices we face today.
Last month I sold my mobile DJ equipment to Sean McLaughlin, another WRPI show host with whom I’d DJ’ed a number of weddings and other celebrations. Ever... Read More
A review of the World Cup 2010 road trip documentary 3 Million, focusing on the Uruguayan national team and the father-and-son filmmakers.
A roundup of cultural and political events in Lisbon to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the April 25, 1974 revolution that ended fascist rule in Portugal.