Sara Black McCulloch is a writer based in Toronto. Her essays and interviews have appeared in The Believer, Bright Wall/Dark Room, and Hazlitt.
This Should Be a Movie: “American Utopia,” the Concert Film, and Extending a Terrific Moment
Sara Black McCulloch considers the nature of the concert film — its scope, its liveness, and its political commitments....
The Stories We Tell About Disability: A Conversation with Amanda Leduc
What fairy tales have to tell us about disability, social power, and agency....
Incremental Losses: A Conversation with Masha Tupitsyn
Sara Black McCulloch speaks with writer, critic, and multimedia artist Masha Tupitsyn about her latest book, “Picture Cycle.”...
In the Margins: A Conversation with Kate Zambreno
Sara Black McCulloch speaks to Kate Zambreno, author of “Screen Tests,” a collection of stories and other writing....
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