"Bollen excels at creating an atmosphere of Manhattan-specific dread, and certain scenes, particularly the account of a struggling actor's going-away party, are tragicomic masterpieces." —The New Yorker
"Ambitious . . . a nervy debut illuminated by flashes of insight." —The Wall Street Journal
Roberta Smith & Jerry Saltz
Two of New York's top art chritics prove that their passions for art and for criticism are lifetime commitments that mean never having to say your sorry.
The author comes of age with her latest novel—and it's more tongue than teeth.
September 9, 2012 Interview Magazine
On the ground in China with the dissident artist leading a global revolution
Interview Magazine August 2013
First Person: 314 Bedford
March 12, 2012
The Paris Review Daily
After a four-decade career that has helped change the
conversation about race and gender in America, Toni Morrison still has
plenty left to say.
Interview Magazine MAY
An interview with the ultimate American writer before they became extinct
Joan Didion chronicled the 20th century like no other American writer. Now she's starting on the 21st.