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Aug 272014
 
Fuse Book Review: "Love Made Visible" -- A Poignant Memoir About Life With a Boston "Renaissance Man"

We become participants in a chapter of American art history that raises important questions about what fame means, how much a part luck plays, and how we treat our artists. .

Aug 262014
 
Fuse Book Review: "Our Lady of the Nile" -- Prefiguring Rwandan Genocide

Because of the national tension between the Tutsis and the Hutus, and its effects on everyday routines in the school, this novel cannot long remain a bemusing tale of adolescent life.

Aug 262014
 
Fuse Album Review: B L A C K I E -- Conflating the Barbaric and the Beautiful

Imagine Yourself in a Free and Natural World finds B L A C K I E reaching an ambitious artistic high, delivering potent pieces of jazzy discord that impressively conflate the barbaric and the beautiful.