A profile of author William T. Vollmann.
Arts & Culture
Wednesday, July 23
Monday, July 21
“Like they said in Step Brothers: Never lose your dinosaur. This is the ultimate example of a person never losing his dinosaur. Meaning that even as I grew in cultural awareness and respect and was put higher in the class system in some way for being this musician, I never lost my dinosaur.”
Saturday, July 19
Friday, July 18
A profile of “America’s most vulnerable comedian.”
Thursday, July 17
Untangling the legend of “Knausgaard-free days.”
Monday, July 14
“I come to America, I go to England, I go to France…nobody’s at risk. They’re afraid of getting cancer, losing a lover, losing their jobs, being insecure. … It’s only in my own country that I find people who voluntarily choose to put everything at risk—in their personal life.”
Tuesday, July 8
“Does your life have a plot? It has characters. There is a narrative. There’s a lot of story, a lot of character. But plot? Eh, no.”
Thursday, July 3
Wednesday, July 2
Three years after profiling him, the author checks in with the Bieber experiment.
Monday, June 30
Sunday, June 29
The Maroon 5 singer discusses douchebaggery.