Sunday, November 4 2012
Michael Chabon writes with empathy, with earnest reflection and self-consciousness, pervaded by sepia-daubed nostalgia.
Thursday, December 3 2009
Chabon's conservative leanings are couched, perhaps paradoxically, in a hope that all children will develop into liberated adults.
Sunday, May 17 2009
These essays serve as a sort of B-side to Chabon's fiction as we are given access to his personal iconography and influences.
Monday, June 2 2008
What do Iceman and Armani have in common? A love of the tight, chic and fabulous.
Sunday, January 13 2008
Fans of Chabon will want to know that questions of identity here are sexual as well as religious and that these matters are artfully twined into the action.
Monday, May 21 2007
Michael Chabon finally unleashes the genre storyspinner who has been lurking inside him all these years.
Tuesday, May 29 2007
What place does Yiddish have in the modern American novel? About the same as a Jew in Alaska, perhaps, but it didn't stop Michael Chabon