Ask a critic

Image by David Monteith Hodge

Waiting for Godot ‘s (email), possibly. Image by David Monteith-Hodge

Have you got a burning question for a pop culture critic? Do you want to know why we do what we do and how on earth we can sleep at night? Then wonder no more! You can ask me that thing that you’ve always wanted an arts journalist to answer, but first, read my submission guidelines:

1. All questions will be treated with complete confidentiality, no names or email addresses will be published.

2. I reserve the right to publish the text from your email on this blog.

3. Please keep your email under 300 words.

4. Email me: or tweet me your question using my Twitter handle @trashtaylor and #asktrashtaylor

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