Once a young undergrad with a focus on dramatic arts, Jazz legend Archie Shepp returned to Goddard College’s Haybarn Theater in January 2014 for a rare concert for Plainfield Vermont. He played as a featured guest of The Ronnie Burrage Trio. Archie Shepp’s newest release “Let My People Go” (Archieball records) is a collaboration with […]
The Puppeteer Pod It’s Monday on a fall afternoon, when I arrive at the Bread & Puppet Theater on the Heights Road, also known as RT 122 in Glover Vermont. I can hear the puppeteers chatting and doing dishes in the kitchen on their day off. Two veteran puppeteers agreed to sit in the backyard […]
by Karla Haas Moskowitz, PhD As individuals and communities navigate their own sense of power, how and when stories are released into the world become critical forces that shape quests for both protection and influence. As activists and storytellers, our knowing what to say, when to say it, and to whom becomes pivotal in our […]
Goddard MFAW faculty Kyle Bass: Write the book you need to read. Right now. Write now.
Jan Clausen, Goddard MFAW faculty: Using the hashtag #writersresist, a group founded by poet Erin Belieu of VIDA has called for writers to come together and defend “[the] most basic principles of freedom and justice for all.”
Although both had been feminist writers and peace activists living in Brooklyn, NY for many years, playwright Karen Malpede and poet/novelist Jan Clausen didn’t know each other very well until they spent a night in jail together following a civil disobedience arrest at the time of the Iraq invasion in 2003… Kenyon Review has just […]