Guilty Pleasures: Bret Easton Ellis
I don’t believe in the idea of guilty pleasures because I don’t think you should feel guilty about liking anything. (My boyfriend on the other hand says he definitely...v
Thoughts on David Foster Wallace and ‘The End of the Tour’
For many of us who couldn’t get through the David Foster Wallace novel Infinite Jest (and tried a few times), and found the journalism bloated and minor-key condescending...
The Weird Brilliance of Joaquin Phoenix
He’s the greatest screen actor of his generation, but also a reluctant celebrity.
Movie of the Year: Bret Easton Ellis on the Many Pleasures of Call Me by Your Name
Call Me by Your Name is a first novel by André Aciman, about a brief affair between a 17-year-old American-Italian Jewish boy living with his parents in Italy at their vacation home, and a 24-year-old American graduate student who comes to live with...
In his books, he used to shoot at the materialistic excesses of his generation. But today, youth has become Bret Easton Ellis' favorite target.
Notes on Charlie Sheen and the End of Empire
With his tweets, his manic interviews, his insurgent campaign against the entertainment world, Sheen is giving America exactly what it wants out of a modern...