Bill Marx currently edits The Arts Fuse, an online magazine dedicated to serious coverage of arts and culture in New England. He recently received a Mass Humanities grant to develop the Judicial Review project for the site. He edits the online World Books page for the national radio program, The World, a co-production of Public Radio International and the BBC and WGBH Boston. He teaches at Boston University.
For over two decades, Bill regularly reviewed theater for National Public Radio Station WBUR and contributed arts features to the NPR programs "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered." In 2002, he created and edited WBUR Online Arts, a cultural webzine that won an Online Journalism Award for Specialty Journalism in 2004. He has won United Press International and Associated Press awards for his radio reviews. He has critiqued books and theater for the Boston Globe and the Los Angeles Times and contributed essay-reviews to a variety of national publications, including Parnassus, Ploughshares, Washington Post Book World, The Nation, and The Village Voice. He has been a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Reviewer's Citation three times.