Posts Tagged: J.T. Price

In Conversation with Justin Taylor

Justin Taylor arrived in superlative form on the lit horizon with the February 2010 release of a story collection, Everything Here is the Best Thing Ever—not all that long after appearing one day in front of Electric Lit’s table at

In Conversation with Justin Taylor

Justin Taylor arrived in superlative form on the lit horizon with the February 2010 release of a story collection, Everything Here is the Best Thing Ever—not all that long after appearing one day in front of Electric Lit’s table at

The Comedy of Melancholy

The opening paragraph of Why Are You So Sad? posits the existence of one Raymond Champs who wakes in bed on an average morning in his average Bay Area life and declares a bad case of the blues: “We are all symptoms of a grieving planet.”

The Comedy of Melancholy

The opening paragraph of Why Are You So Sad? posits the existence of one Raymond Champs who wakes in bed on an average morning in his average Bay Area life and declares a bad case of the blues: “We are all symptoms of a grieving planet.”

Toward the Dissolution of Form: Pynchon’s 'Bleeding Edge'

In a footnote to his new translation of Karl Kraus’ Nestroy and Posterity, Jonathan Franzen broaches the topic of literary fathers and his own youthful bout of what he called, even while experiencing it, “[P]ynchon anxiety.” Summing up Gravity’s Rainbow

Toward the Dissolution of Form: Pynchon’s 'Bleeding Edge'

In a footnote to his new translation of Karl Kraus’ Nestroy and Posterity, Jonathan Franzen broaches the topic of literary fathers and his own youthful bout of what he called, even while experiencing it, “[P]ynchon anxiety.” Summing up Gravity’s Rainbow