Arts Fuse Podcast #21: On Harold Bloom and New Orleans Jazz

By Deanna Costa

The late Harold Bloom, Sterling Professor of Humanities.

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We pick up where we left off with Fuse writers Lucas Spiro and Matt Hanson; this time we’re discussing the late Harold Bloom. This episode also features our final Cultural Curmudgeon, and a bit more from the Coming Attractions. Remember that walkie-talkie conversation from Episode 1? The boys are back again, musing on Matt’s obituary for renowned scholar Harold Bloom. Steve Provizer’s final Cultural Curmudgeon takes on New Orleans Jazz straight from Matt’s new home. We round out the evening with a sampling of the latest Coming Attractions, including a quick lover letter to Dolly Parton. Find more upcoming New England arts events here:


Deanna Costa is a recent graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication, where she earned a B.S. in Journalism with a focus on Magazine Design. During her time at BU, she covered local concerts for on-campus publications in multiple formats. Outside of writing, she routinely interviewed artists and reviewed albums live on her weekly radio show, DJ-ed on campus events, and held the Studio Productions Director position in 2017. Currently, she is a full-time administrative assistant, a freelance music journalist, and host of the Arts Fuse Podcast: The Short Fuse.

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