Kim C. Domenico

Kim C. Domenico, reside in Utica, New York, co-owner of Cafe Domenico (a coffee shop and community space),  and administrator of the small nonprofit independent art space, The Other Side.  Seminary trained and ordained,  but independently religious. She can be reached at:

Art and Outrage are Inseparable! Making Culture in the Ruins

A Politics of Life Must Have Poetic Passion

Living for the City: Considering a Reparations Of Joy

It Takes One To Know One:  To Be Revolutionary the Business Must Be Art

They Can Watch/Record/Monitor Your Every Move, But Nobody Has Your Back! 

America I Can’t Breathe: the Extinction of Our Humanity Under Enlightened Liberalism

The Needed Breakthrough to Commons Consciousness

The New Year Will Be Worse Than the Old Unless We Can Defend Something Besides Capitalism

If Bad Fascists Foment Hate, Should We Foment Love?

To Depose Liberalism’s Own ‘Prosperity Gospel’: A Modest Proposal

Where is Authority for Inclusivity?

Redemptive Possibilities in the Failed State

Pandemic Purgatory: Can Conscious Suffering ‘Up’ the Snowball’s Chance in Hell?

The Radicalism of Authentic Selfishness: Call It Art

The Opposite of Fascism Is Joy; Without It, No Revolution!

‘Cancel Culture’ and the Fate of Community

Conscientious Objection

Unless We’re Also Mad, We’re No Match for the Madness of Neoliberalism

Making Lives Matter: Liberal Anti-Authoritarianism & the Suppression of Individuality

Disbelief, Belief and the Perils of Pandemic Re-opening

Can We Sacrifice Our White Supremacy? A Practical Suggestion

Misfit Redemption: Escape from the Cruelty of White Liberal Innocence

Social Studies for the Pandemic

Humankind is Our Business: A Case for Poetic Disobedience

Is Pandemic the “Kairos” Moment to Stop Living as Slaves to Fear?