The Longform Guide to Woody Allen
The Early Woody Allen, 1952-1971
A young Allen writes jokes for supper club comedians, decides he will never make it as a performer and then does, idolizes and is snubbed by Mort Sahl, and develops the comic persona which will make him a star.
A Fan's Notes on Earl Monroe
Allen, a huge basketball fan, wrote this profile of his favorite player.
Letter from "Manhattan"
Didion on what she calls Allen’s “serious” movies.
The Art of Humor No. 1
Allen, in his own words, on his work.
A sympathetic profile, written as Allen hit 70.
I've Seen Every Single Woody Allen Movie
Lessons learned from the complete Allen catalog, save Midnight in Paris.