Says Sam Anderson: "I could go on forever, but I'll stop there. In conclusion: It’s all tremendously complicated."
On "Wallace’s fullest elaboration of what he saw as the key question of modern existence."
And to awesome invented terms like the "Last Great White American Player Syndrome."
Lethem: “I felt starved for something booklike in this book-resembling object.”
Was watching John Stockton play really "like being trapped in the missionary position for two decades"?
Is Robert Langdon Really the ‘Most Irritating Harvard-Educated, Mullet-Wearing Sexless Pedant of All Time’?
Sarah Weinman, Matt Taibbi, and Professor Geoffrey K. Pullum weigh in at the Vulture Reading Room.
Boris Kachka weighs in at the Vulture Reading Room.
Introducing the third edition of Vulture Reading Room.
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The 'Get Your War On' author has submitted his first contribution to the Vulture Reading Room, in the form of a PowerPoint presentation.
Anil Dash weighs in.
Two more pundits weigh in on Bill Wasik's 'And Then There’s This.'
'New York' book critic Sam Anderson has assembled an elite team of literati to discuss Bill Wasik’s 'And Then There’s This.'
The discussion between a roundtable of literary luminaries over 'Wetlands' is, sadly, coming to an end.
In his latest dispatch, Sam Anderson defends Charlotte Roche's novel after making one small concession: "Roche is a black hole of literary talent."
Adam Sternbergh and Kate Christensen weigh in on European bodily fluid adventure 'Wetlands.'
'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.