Deborah Krieger is a freelance arts/culture writer and future curator. She has written for The Mary Sue, Bust, The Awl, Paste, Bitch Flicks, Hyperallergic, Whitehot Magazine, and more. She tweets at @DebOnTheArts and writes at www.i-on-the-arts.com.
Do You Want to Be Dead or a Monster?: An Interview With Jen Goma | 11 Jul 2017 // 9:30 PM
While known for work in A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Jen "Showtime" Goma surprised even herself by going solo and embracing all the craziness that comes with it.
David Sedaris' 'Theft By Finding', Truth or Elaboration, Matters Not | 17 May 2017 // 9:30 PM
David Sedaris' decades-spanning collection of his diary entries reveals the growth of one of America's most beloved humorists.
'The Bold Type' Blends Political/Social Issues With Good Female-Centered Action | 11 Sep 2017 // 7:00 AM
The Bold Type still needs work, but watching women portrayed as smart and competent and funny and flawed is undeniably refreshing.
'The Bold Type' Is Fun, But It Could Go Bolder | 15 Aug 2017 // 3:30 AM
Is the vibe of sincerity real in The Bold Type, or merely a veneer applied like a coat of pretty nail polish because suddenly, feminism is fashionable?