Monday, May 18 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.
Wednesday, September 17 2008
A computer-savvy 15-year-old would probably find Little Brother entirely worthwhile, and she wouldn’t be wrong.
Tuesday, June 3 2008
What do Iceman and Armani have in common? A love of the tight, chic and fabulous.
Monday, January 14 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.
Wednesday, July 11 2007
Even the very best baseball players convert only three or four of every ten at bats into base hits. Perhaps Deaver can find some sort of poetic consolation in that statistic.
Wednesday, May 30 2007
Tuesday, May 22 2007
Michael Chabon finally unleashes the genre storyspinner who has been lurking inside him all these years.
Thursday, May 17 2007
Michael Chabon writes the best Saul Bellow novel since Saul Bellow died -- antic, droll, brainy, Yiddishy, secular, updated to present-day American -- but with differences that reflect literary times and their discrepant personalities.
Friday, May 11 2007
Yiddish detective tracks a killer across Alaska in Michael Chabon's brilliantly conceived noir history.
Tuesday, February 15 2005
Is Michael Chabon only interested in treading water after winning the Pulitzer?"