By Sarah Lunnie
OCT 2020 | Theater
Award-winning playwright David Adjmi (Stunning, Marie Antoinette) has gifted the literary and theatrical communities with a bracing new memoir rich with insights into not so much his creative process, but instead a more personal one: the process of unraveling and restitching his tapestry of selfhood. Dramaturg Sarah Lunnie interviews her peer in this honest recount of what it took to craft a memoir over ten years.
By Paul Mattick
APRIL 2020 | Field Notes
Politics may, as Karl Marx suggested, be an epiphenomenon resting on the economic foundation of society, but still have interesting things to tell us. The Democratic Party seemsI write this in the aftermath of Super Tuesdayto have successfully eliminated Bernie Sanders as a candidate. This was the work not just of party officials, who made no secret of their intention to control the nomination, but also of the voters, who in most places stuck with the old political machinery.