Spencer Golub & David Hancock
Spencer Golub is professor of theatre arts, performance studies, comparative literature,
and Slavic languages at Brown University. His books include the semi-fictional film
memoir Infinity (Stage) and the Callaway Prize-winning The Recurrence of Fate: Theatre
and Memory in Twentieth-Century Russia (University of Iowa). He is currently
completing a book on Wittgenstein, anxiety and performance behavior.
David Hancock has received two OBIE awards for playwriting (The Convention of
Cartography and The Race of the Ark Tattoo). He is the recipient of a Whiting Writers’
Award, a Creative Capital grant, the CalArts/Alpert Award in Theatre, and the Hodder
Fellowship. His recent fiction is either forthcoming or published in Interim, Permafrost,
The Puritan, The Massachusetts Review, Ping Pong, and Amarillo Bay.