Get ready for the Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and his ex.
It's called reading, guys.
"I’m too competitive — too crazily competitive — to play anything."
She sold her book.
The former Beatle was an enthusiastic, occasionally cranky pen pal.
The contents of his latest work, Building Stories, wind their way through fourteen different elements, including pamphlets, mini-comics, magazines, newspapers, and a Little Golden Book.
Books and badassery collide in one awesome art project!
And the bidding is still going.
It sold 375,000 copies.
That's $500,000 big ones to keep him writing.
So he wrote about it in the New York Times.
Magic, Dumbledore, and really any Harry Potter references at all.
They've got you covered. Hehe.
"It's such a drag having such a huge dong."
About "the highest of highs and lowest of lows of a lifetime, crammed into a four-month period."
Her new book is for Muggles. Adult Muggles.
"I just went berserk. (A) I was tired. (B) It was a child that was interviewing me."
So many elbows to the face.
The author of Laura Lamont's Life in Pictures logs seven days of pop-culture consumption.
With his latest novel, Telegraph Avenue, Chabon proves that he has the chutzpah of hope.
"They gotta go to the Amazon to get the book?"
It's like two rivers of awfulness formed an ocean of terrible.