by Deborah Stein
DEC 17-JAN 18 | Theater
A couple of years ago, playwright Lynn Rosen was certain that her play Washed Up On The Potomac was ready for production.
by Chris Campanioni
SEPT 2016 | Books
Kevin Carey is a storyteller. He tells stories, he organizes them in verse, sometimes in couplets, other times without stanza breaks, without rhyme or an attention to meter. The story—“something human”—is what takes precedence and in an age where being cool, detached, ironic, and, oddly enough, intentionally arcane is the mode de vie, Carey’s new collection, Jesus Was A Homeboy, comes off as refreshingly warm and insightful, revealing snapshots of the poet’s life and reveling in the photo album’s re-framing