Richard Goldstein

Richard Goldstein is a founder of rock criticism, starting at The Village Voice in 1966, and has written on culture, politics, and sexuality for The New York Times, Harper’s, New York magazine, The Nation, and elsewhere. He served as executive editor of The Village Voice and was named GLAAD columnist of the year for his gay activism. His books include The Poetry of Rock, Reporting the Counterculture, and Homocons: The Rise of the Gay Right. He is an adjunct professor at Hunter College of the City University of New York.


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Live Through This: A Pioneering Rock Critic Looks Back with Love and Sorrow on the 1960s


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