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.
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?
One of my students at Boston University, Kyle Clauss, has a program on the school’s station WTBU. He had me on to talk about The Arts Fuse, teaching, and translation, among other issues. Here is the conversation, for those who are interested ….
The first in a series of Fuse podcasts. This inaugural (and experimental) outing samples the best in underground music.
By Bill Marx Saudi Arabian author Abdo Khal won the $60,000 International Prize for Arabic Fiction (the Arab Booker) for his novel Spewing Sparks as Big as Castles, which is also known as She Throws Sparks. Taleb Alrefai, who served as chair for this year’s panel of judges, said, “The winning novel is a brilliant […]
By Helen Epstein Of the 100 or so events scheduled for Essex County’s Eighth Annual Trails and Sails Festival the last weekend of September, culture vultures should not miss Gloucester’s Committee for the Arts tours of Gloucester City Hall’s wall murals, created by the Works Progress Administration in the 1930’s. Culture Vulture talked about them […]
By Bill Marx In the latest World Books podcast I talk to Robert Chandler, who along with his wife Elizabeth and Olga Meerson has translated Andrey Platonov’s novel “The Foundation Pit” for New York Review Books.