Mr. Simpson has a BA in Journalism from the University of Southern California and worked as an advertising writer in Los Angeles before moving to New York to pursue a different passion: dance. He danced professionally in New York and Boston before founding a community-based modern dance company, Small City Dance Project, in Newburyport, MA. His fiction has appeared in literary journals and anthologies. He was a teaching fellow at Smith College, where he received his MFA in choreography. While living in the Bay Area for 15 years, he wrote about dance for the San Francisco Chronicle and other periodicals. In 2005, he was a NEA Fellow at the Dance Critics Institute, American Dance Festival. For culturevulture.net, he reviews dance, theatre and film. He moved to Santa Fe in October, 2008. He writes for "Pasatiempo," the Arts magazine of the "Santa Fe New Mexican."
Writes in: Art & Architecture, Books & CDs, Dance, Destinations, Etc, Features, Film, Music, and Theater.
EtcSanta Fe, NM Marga Gomez, the grinning, gap-toothed Latina lesbian performance artist, arrived in Santa Fe to show her roots. Her new “solo play”, “Long Island Iced Latina” seemed designed to mainstream herself a bit, at least in the sense that anything Hispanic ...