David Foster Wallace was brilliant, famous, and dead before he was 50. This book is the first major biography of a complex man.
Steven Soderbergh’s tribute explores Spalding Gray’s life, illuminates his creative process, and explicates the art of the monologue—all while working as a Gray monologue.
There’s no major changes to the Godspeed formula ten years later, but that doesn’t mean their music isn’t as invigorating as it was back then.
It’s his fierce intelligence as a lyrical predator that redeems his stylish poses. It’s precisely when the listener lets his guard down that K’naan pounces.
Paula Bomer takes Brooklyn’s sanctimonious Scared Mommy Culture head-on with bluntly brave, often hilarious writing.