Max Eternity is a visionary polymath—an artist, writer, historian and policy expert on socioeconomics and culture. He is a contributing author to a college textbook, entitled At Issue: Poverty in America, published by Gale/Cengage (2015) and since 2010, Eternity has been a featured writer at Truthout.org, also being one of the first arts writers at The Huffington Post. Eternity is currently writing three new books whose working titles are From Bauhaus | To Black Mountain, The Agency of Art: War Pedagogy and Social Change in the Western World – 1915 to 1965, and The Art of Oppression: Colonization and the Language of Heroes. Known for his high-caliber feature-length interviews, Eternity has interviewed Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow, Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator of Architecture at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Dr. Cornel West of Harvard University, as well as renowned artist, Leo Villareal, and Whitney Museum curator, Christiane Paul. Eternity’s flagship site is MaxEternity.com. He also operates Eternity News Now and Digital Art News, and was for 8 years the editor and publisher of Art Digital Magazine (AD MAG). In 2010 Eternity wrote the successful nomination to the World Monuments Fund (WMF) for the Marcel Breuer designed Atlanta-Fulton Central Public Library - which set a precedent as the youngest public building listed on the oldest international historic preservation registry. A native of Atlanta, Eternity has lived in San Francisco for 15 years and now resides in Seattle with his three backyard chickens and Sara the rabbit.