Tonight on PBS, the latest entry in the long-running American Masters series.
Possibly the most prolific, probably the most distinguished, and certainly the most debated one in postwar American fiction.
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Another excuse to stay indoors.
Another reason to stay indoors.
Roth wins the Mann Booker International prize, but not before one of the judges insults his work.
Plus: Showtime and HBO battle for the Vanderbilts.
Guess who showed up for a "Philip Roth’s Newark" sightseeing tour over the weekend.
One of two planned books features "a counterplot of unusual erotic desire"!
Walking the floor at the country's biggest book convention.
Plus industry news on John Patrick Shanley's new musical, Tucker Max's new movie, and Sharpay's 'Teen Witch' remake.
"Good evening, everybody! We're here to wish a very happy birthday to Philip Roth, the man who put the putz in the Pulitzer!"
We really wish we were classy enough not to point out that wangs were popping up everywhere this year, but, sadly, we are not — there were dicks all over the place!
Game, set, match, New York Post.
Philip Roth doesn't (con)descend from his perch in the pantheon to talk to just any old magazine hack.
The Season of the Wang continues.
Last month, fans argued about whether Tony Soprano was killed at the end of The Sopranos. This month, fans are eagerly flipping to the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to see whether Harry snuffs it. In honor of those two cliffhangers, Vulture presents its list of ten fictional characters we definitely want to see die.