Connor Goodwin

Connor Goodwin is a writer and critic living in Brooklyn, New York. His writing has appeared in the Washington Post, BOMB Magazine, Modern Painters, Fanzine, X-R-A-Y, and elsewhere. He is working on his first novel.


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Connor Goodwin on "University of Nike," Joshua Hunt's look at how companies like Nike control institutions of higher learning....

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