We welcome community organizer and children’s books writer Jacob Kramer to talk about breaking the rules. His work infuses revolutionary thought with childlike wonder, encouraging readers of all ages to consider what’s possible, and to challenge the cynics.
How seriously do we take country rap? Is it even a genre?
The boys (Lucas Spiro and Matt Hanson) are joined once again by Arts Fuse editor-in-chief Bill Marx.
The Arts Fuse welcomes a new character to its extended universe. Deanna Marie Costa, an editor and critic at the magazine.
If you’re a fan of the podcast or the magazine, you know that Arts Fuse writers are sworn adversaries of the dreaded algorithm.
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 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
Fuse writers Lucas Spiro and Matt Hanson once again bang their heads against the walls of some of art’s big questions.
Is there a future for challenging non-corporate theater (i.e. the fringe), and what does that future look like?
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.