Q&A with Stanley Crouch
Stanley Crouch, author and regular columnist for The New York Daily News, talked about his work. Mr. Crouch is the author of over… read more
Stanley Crouch, author and regular columnist for The New York Daily News, talked about his work. Mr. Crouch is the author of over ten books on culture and jazz. His novel, Don’t the Moon Look Lonesome was published ten years ago. Besides his weekly column, Mr. Crouch is currently working on a book about jazz saxophonist and composer Charlie Parker. Volume one is scheduled to be released in the next year.
Mr. Crouch talked about topics including President Obama, health care, and political parties. He gave President Obama a C+ grade on health care. Regarding political parties, he said, “I have a basic disdain for the Republicans and for the Democrats, for the right and for the left, so I attempt to never actually align myself with either one, because I don’t really trust either one...”
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