Faculty Writing: On New York Music in the 1980s; and the Poetry of Maureen N. McLane

For the Gotham Center for New York City History, Jeffrey Escoffier revisits the New York music scene in the 1980s, with a review of the Museum of the City of New York’s new exhibition, New York, New Music, 1980-1986. In the LA Review of Books, Rebecca Ariel Porte has a wide-ranging discussion with poet Maureen N. McLane, on hunger, humor, and erotic and poetic intensities.

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