J. T. PRICE
Among the Dark Horses with David Bowman’s “Big Bang”
David Bowman’s posthumously published magnum opus is a sprawling roman à clef about midcentury America.
“A Reputation Is Not Yours to Control”: A Conversation with Alex Gilvarry, Author of “Eastman Was Here”
J. T. Price talks to Alex Gilvarry about his novel "Eastman Was Here" and Norman Mailer.
“Meld with Me?”: On Alissa Nutting’s “Made for Love”
With "Made for Love," there can be no disputing that Alissa Nutting is funny as hell.
To Raise a Hue and Cry: “Network” at 40
J. T. Price remembers Paddy Chayefsky and Sidney Lumet's landmark film.
On Literature and Entitlement
Peter LaSalle follows the literal footsteps of Borges, Flaubert, Malcolm Lowry, and Nathanael West, though he has a way of veering off-course.
The Selling of “Main Street America”: On Daniel de Visé’s Andy & Don
When the mega-hit TV show they starred in had aired its final episode, Andy Griffith and Don Knotts maintained their friendship.
Behind a Blindfold: Notes on a Marathon Reading of Stanisław Lem’s Solaris
A marathon, blindfolded reading of Stanisław Lem’s Solaris organized by Marina Abramović.