“I don’t work the system anymore, except as a last resort: I aim instead to bypass it. The better I have gotten at circumventing gatekeepers, the more successful my writing career has been.”
We want to hear the music and see the show — so sharpen your pencil and get that dough.
With apologies to the Swan of Avon.
It behooves audiences to be aware of how workers in the arts organizations they frequent are treated and whether management is operating in good faith.
Fuse critics pay homage to Chick Corea performances and recordings that they found memorable.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief bursts of criticism.
“Individual stories are the single most important component of any collective, and your story matters more than you can know.”
This history of union activity among white-collar workers in New York City tells an illuminating story about creative labor’s effort to be treated with respect by the powerful.
This biography provides a solid look at Jon Hendricks’s life and career; a well-rounded picture that is neither a hagiography nor a hatchet job.
Host Deanna Costa interviews Fuse contributor Steve Provizer about his latest pieces for the magazine.