By: Adam McGovern
THE IRON HEEL and IN THE EVENT OF MY DEATH.
Lene Lovich’s “Lucky Number” — squeaky, staccato, pioneering.
Shows at Pete’s Candy Store
1776 — LOST HORIZON — THE LITTLE PRINCE, all from 1972–1974.
Why are we getting in each other’s way?
Trump taps into America’s daddy issues.
Nothing feels as lost as a future that never arrived.
EMPRESS, MERRY MEN, THE SWEETNESS… and other comic books.
Addictions, and obsessions that submerge our best selves.
Valerie David refuses to make anyone feel sorry for her.
Q&A with Tyler Chin-Tanner; and review of the BROKEN FRONTIER comics anthology.
“…how deeply, and how long /
the rest of us still here can sleep”
The play UNIVERSAL ROBOTS: re-engineering Karel Capek’s story.
Wars are fought over how wars are remembered.
RIP Darwyn Cooke, 1962–2016. He sketched in our destiny and best-ness.