Robin Kaiser-Schatzlein

Robin Kaiser-Schatzlein grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota, and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. He has written for Bklyner, Bedford+Bowery, Bushwick Daily, Two Coats of Paint, and artcritical.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Fracking Incarnate

Is fracking a misguided, debt-fueled money pit? Bethany McLean’s new book suggests it might be behind the next financial collapse....


Feasting on Precarity

Uber likes to pretend it isn’t a taxi company, even though it is. The difference is crucial....


The Death of Job Stability

Robin Kaiser-Schatzlein works through “Temp: How American Work, American Business, and the American Dream Became Temporary” by Louis Hyman....


The Biggest US City That Shouldn’t Exist
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