Connor Goodwin

Connor Goodwin is a writer and critic from Lincoln, Nebraska. His writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The Seattle Times, Poets & Writers, BOMB, Modern Painters, and elsewhere.

All Articles From Connor Goodwin

The Story of MLB’s Integration Does Not Start and End With Jackie Robinson

Larry Doby, Satchel Paige and the truth about racial-reconciliation narratives

Ken Layne Is the New Voice of the American Desert

With the release of "Desert Oracle," the author and radio show host talks to InsideHook on embracing America's wastelands

What, Exactly, Is “Dude Food” and Where Did It Come From?

From "brogurt" to dad bods, looking at how some food is marketed towards, well, dudes

Inside One Madman’s Wild Plan to Conquer Everest

Can an amateur climb the world's most famous mountain? Maurice Wilson tried to find out.

Ben Sonnenberg: The Last of the Great Literary Dandies

The re-release of his memoir puts him in company with Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain and Tom Wolfe

What Drives the Men Who Go on Antarctic Expeditions?

A conversation with David Grann about Shackleton, Henry Worsley and the indomitability of the human spirit

Comedian Josh Gondelman Shows Off His Workspace

The "Desus & Mero" writer may own the only Marcus Smart jersey within a mile of MSG

On Writing About the Environment in the Era of Climate Change

Three recent books offer a new framework for humanity in the current epoch

America Has Embraced Bike Touring. Is It for You?

Here's everything to know before packing your life onto two wheels and hitting the road