By: Adam McGovern
Wars are fought over how wars are remembered.
RIP Darwyn Cooke, 1962–2016. He sketched in our destiny and best-ness.
UNCANNY COUNTY: A podcast about lost souls, horror clowns, and robot takeovers.
A review of STRAYS, now playing at The Brick.
CRIMINAL: TENTH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EDITION MAGAZINE — a facsimile of something that never exactly existed.
A performance prophet starlighting the way for the rest of us.
Velocity is the central phobia of modern humanity.
Merle Haggard died on the same day the Black Panther was reborn.
LIGHT: A DARK COMEDY. Sometimes adults only have to listen in… or inward.
A Marx-Brothers-ist anarchy often comes to the fore of THE GOLFER, now playing in Brooklyn.
Q&A with neo-folk tribune and ritualistic rock diva Alexis Thomason.
Horace and Pete’s tavern is like a collective, open confessional.
Adam McGovern on DEADPOOL — a rare example of fantasy without illusion.
Adam McGovern on the theatrical production of Paul Auster’s CITY OF GLASS.
Adam McGovern on PENELOPE and CHAVEZ RAVINE