by Erin Carden
MAY 2019 | Books
Angela Moraless debut collection of autobiographical essays paints a portrait of a complicated Mexican-American family in 1970s Los Angeles with soft humor and unflinching honesty. Confronting questions about life, memory, and the significance of why we remember the things we remember, The Girls in My Town is a coming-of-age story that takes the reader from childhood to motherhood and reveals how the author discovered her voice as a writer. Writing truthfully about grim realities, Morales offers reassuring reminders to look for the beauty hidden within dark and dismal landscapes.
by Jess Barbagallo
JUNE 2018 | Theater
I keep seeing Lauren Baksts performance work Private Collection: in the gallery space of a Bushwick apartment complex, the sanctuary of St. Marks Church, a downtown loft on Broadway.