And Aronofsky is out.
Including Alice Munro's newest short stories and Christopher Hitchens's last meditations.
With his latest novel, Telegraph Avenue, Chabon proves that he has the chutzpah of hope.
His next work has record store owners, midwives, Quentin Tarantino, gentrification, and an Obama cameo.
Maps, music, and illustrations of "air fresheners," whatever that means.
Tom Wolfe, Michael Chabon and a little someone named...J.K. Rowling!
"I lived with a guy for three years who made Christian Grey look like Justin Bieber."
Bonus: an awesome photo of elementary-school-age Chabon.
"One unexpected but maybe not unforeseeable result of the decision ... has been the joyful return to my life of hip-hop."
Good for him!
Check out the beautiful cover Crane designed for Michael Chabon's 'Maps and Legends'!
Plus: Rose McGowan is still Barbarella, and 'MILF Island' might not be a completely original idea after all.
How is the Justice League movie anyway?
Plus industry news on Avril Lavigne, Matthew Broderick, and Thomas Jane.
Michael Chabon’s latest foray into genre — medieval fantasy this time — boasts characters almost as precisely drawn as those in The Yiddish Policemen’s Union.
Who are the best buddies of all time — in movies, literature, TV, and music?
Plus industry news on Kanye West, Peter Bjorn and John, and Mark Twain.
Plus: Dennis Hopper, William H. Macy, and Michael Chabon