"A reminder ... of why everyone got so excited about Franzen in the first place."
On "Wallace’s fullest elaboration of what he saw as the key question of modern existence."
Sam Anderson reviews 'Flight,' the 1990 Michael Jordon biography he wrote as a 13-year-old, recently unearthed in his mom's garage.
The 'Get Your War On' author has submitted his first contribution to the Vulture Reading Room, in the form of a PowerPoint presentation.
Two more pundits weigh in on Bill Wasik's 'And Then There’s This.'
'New York' book critic Sam Anderson has convened a roundtable of literary luminaries to discuss 'Wetlands,' a novel that brims over with sex talk and bodily fluids.
Lots of public figures organize their work around the demons that eventually take them down, but few of them ever do so with the apparent wisdom and self-awareness Wallace did.
Best speech of the night has to go to Sam Anderson, who gave a rousing defense of the art of criticism.
New York's book critic is the winner of the Balakian Citation for Excellence in Reviewing from the NBCC.
How did we all get an important plot detail so totally wrong?
The Season of the Wang continues.
An hour-by-hour catalogue of a weekend of wizardry.