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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Iphigenia Among the Taurians’ Adapted from Euripides

A scene from Everyday Inferno's production of 'Iphigenia Among the Taurians.' Photo courtesy of the production.

The text of this well-staged new adaptation strikes a smile-inducing, attention-grabbing, and surprisingly believable balance between literary authenticity – this is indeed Euripides' play in all its essentials – and contemporary informality and even snark. Read More »

Flash Fiction: Nothing to Kill or Die For

A young girl meets a masked boy at a political rally in Manhattan and agrees to go home with him to hang out, only to be surprised that he lives in a luxurious apartment overlooking Central Park (Title comes from a line in Lennon's song "Imagine." This is part of the first chapter of an in-progress YA novel). Read More »