Linda Frye Burnham is a writer of national reputation on a variety of subjects, with special emphasis in artists working in community, education and activism. She has also written extensively on performance art and feminism and multiculturalism in the arts. She was the founder of High Performance magazine (1978), The 18th St. Arts Complex (with Susanna Dakin, 1988), Highways Performance Space (with Tim Miller, 1989), Art in the Public Interest (with Steven Durland, 1995) and the Community Arts Network (with Durland, Bob Leonard and Ann Kilkelly, 1999). She is the editor of APInews on the Community Arts Network, a contributing writer for national arts publications, a writer on general subjects for The Independent Weekly of North Carolina, editor (with Durland) of The Citizen Artist: 20 Years of Art in the Public Arena: An Anthology from High Performance Magazine 1978-1998 (1998), and author of Bob & Bob: The First Five Years, 1975-1980 (1980). She has served as contributing editor to the Drama Review and staff writer for Artforum. Her writing has appeared in numerous art magazines in the US and UK.
Between Grace and Fear|
The Role of the Arts in a Time of Change
This book is a series of interviews with social theorists and scholars, philanthropists, scientists, theologians, artists, community development and community arts activists.