The boys (Lucas Spiro and Matt Hanson) are joined once again by Arts Fuse editor-in-chief Bill Marx.
It happens. Podcast producer Lucas Spiro messed up the audio for this episode —but he managed to put this together so you wouldn’t have to go without our sweet, sweet content.
We need stories like The Wages to expose the hypocrisy and incoherence of the institutions that we are supposed to believe are pillars of justice.
We were overjoyed to spend this episode with Pulitzer prize winning critic, poet, and teacher Lloyd Schwartz. Stick around for the poetry of Richard Milhous Nixon, too
This fine collection of short fiction reinforces Richard Power’s reputation as a master storyteller.
Josh Begley, in a mere six minutes, demonstrates how impossible the notion of a border wall is, from an engineering and construction perspective.
I wanted the podcast to be both an honest reflection of what The Arts Fuse is, but also allow the voices that contribute to the magazine to find new ways of expressing their critiques in a new medium.
Pull up a chair and sit with us a while. We’ll ring out this miserable year together and flip the calendar with, dare I say, some hope?
Brian Phillips uses the essay form to map the limits of America’s cultural-historical imagination, from our highest achievements to our kitschiest expressions of who we think we are, and who we think everyone else is.
There can be no future, Héctor Abad seems to be arguing, when everything you are is hidden away in a time you can never fully know.