Andrew O'Hagan's novel narrated by Marilyn Monroe's dog,
Jay-Z’s Decoded Made Michiko Kakutani Realize That ‘Even Rhymes About Guns and Girls Have Hidden Meanings’
Hova got a rave in the 'Times' today.
A first-time novelist gets a Donna Tartt comparison, but Knopf publicists are likely slapping their foreheads nonetheless.
This morning, in her always thoughtful and eloquent Post column, Andrea Peyser finally blows the whistle on the New York Times' long-standing bias against children.
Parsing the New York Times for clues.
Setting a new land-speed record for book reviewing, the New York Times' Michiko Kakutani somehow managed to read all 759 pages of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and crank out 1,135 words on the tome in less than one day