Holly Rudolph of the Los Angeles Review of Books recently interviewed Claire Phillip’s on her complex relationship with her mother and the process of writing her intimate memoir, A Room… Read more Los Angeles Review of Books Interviews Claire Phillips →
Amelia Kennedy thoughtfully reviews Claire Phillips’s memoir, A Room with a Darker View: Chronicles of My Mother and Schizophrenia on Write or Die Tribe. Kennedy notes the text is more… Read more Write or Die Tribe praises Claire Phillips’s “deeply moving” memoir →
Prague-based journalist, Coilin O’Connor discusses the history of underground rock ‘n’ roll in the USSR in a recent article for RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty (RFE/RL). He also shares Stingray’s story and how she… Read more RadioFreeEurope / RadioLiberty spotlights Leningrad Rockers and Joanna Stingray →
The “Legends of Soviet Rock” Zoom panel with Joanna Stingray was a memorable event. Hosted by the Wende Museum for the Cold War, we had nearly 300 people viewing across time… Read more “Legends of Soviet Rock” Zoom panel available for viewing →
Read more about the Leningrad Rock Club and Zarina Zabrisky in her short story. A SCRIPT: CHILDREN OF DECEMBER.
Great online content to accompany Joanna Stingray’s recently published memoir, Red Wave: An American in the Soviet Music Underground, can be found here by a plethora of Soviet art and… Read more Artists from the Soviet Era in Leningrad →
Juliana Geran Pilon, a senior fellow at The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization, published a joint review of the late Arkady Polishchuk’s two memoirs, Dancing on… Read more Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs features Dancing on Thin Ice →
Christopher Long reviews Ursula Prokop’s Jacques and Jacqueline Groag, Architect and Designer: Two Hidden Figures of the Viennese Modern Movement in the September 2020 of the Central European History Journal.… Read more Jacques and Jacqueline Groag, Architect and Designer reviewed in Central European History Journal →