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Book: A Man in Full by Tom Wolfe

Interesting book from the author of such books as The Bonfire of the Vanities, already reviewed earlier. There are some similarities between the two books but they are completely different stories. 847 more words


The Death of New Journalism: A Reflection on Tom Wolfe

Tomorrow will be my first day participating in a journalism workshop aimed at producing narrative, enterprise pieces. To prepare our adviser had us read Tom Wolfe’s “The New Journalism,” and I have to say, it was a good read. 410 more words


Mr. Wolfe Goes To Harrisburg

Orefield Middle School

With the balance of power still too close to call, Tom Wolfe is projected winner in Governor’s race.

By: Glenn Nelson

The result of the Governor’s race is hardly surprising. 210 more words

Happy birthday, Grace

Grace Slick, a spectacularly beautiful woman with a voice to match, had a milestone birthday a couple of days ago, and it brought back some vivid memories of the only time I saw her in concert. 1,098 more words

In The News

Galway Kinnell, 1927-2014

It was a heady time, working at Farrar Straus Giroux in the early 1990s. Roger Straus held court in the office, wearing a cravat, sometimes even in summer. 288 more words

October 28, 2014: Broadway Posse & Brown Town

I started reading The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe yesterday. I picked it up today and the story is starting to unfold into a similar one of my friends and I that summer in Eugene, Oregon. 196 more words