The fan-boyishness that can get away from Tarantino in his writings for the New Beverly Cinema is wielded like a scalpel in Cinema Speculation.
Don Winslow discusses how he's seeking to establish crime fiction as another grand thread in the canvas of the entire storytelling tradition.
This unconventional biography casts its subject as the protagonist of his time, a mirror for the rapidly changing country in which he lived.
Through his characters, Hervé Le Tellier explores the question of duplication from a personal, social, and philosophical perspective.
Nayman’s discussion of Anderson’s ellipses implicitly cuts to the heart of why some critics and audiences resist Anderson’s work.