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Klosterman’s Next Book Is About How We’re Wrong
What If We’re Wrong: Thinking About the Present As If It Were the Past
Steve Rannazzisi Lied in Interviews About Escaping 9/11, and You Might Have, Too
It’s impossible to truly understand what it’s like to be interviewed that much.
Jesse David Fox
’s Most Memorable Scenes
“I did think that Roger Sterling was going to die the first season.”
The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show: ‘Breaking Bad’ with Chuck Klosterman
This week on the Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin, Jeff talks about the only thing on his mind at the moment: Breaking Bad. To do this he brought in Chuck […]
Adam Scott Options Chuck Klosterman Novel
Chuck Klosterman Sort Of Likes Louie
Today on Grantland, Chuck Klosterman gives a big, sloppy kiss to the new season of Louie: “This fall marks the 20th anniversary of Nirvana’s […]
Craig Finn on Making Klosterman’s Memoir a Script
“It might have been a little awkward for Chuck, because we asked, ‘Can we do it?’ And he said, ‘Well, how are you gonna do it?’ And we were like, ‘We just wanna know if we can do it.’”
Chuck Klosterman on
Fargo Rock City
(the Movie), and How the Unabomber Had Some Good Ideas
“I would look for the manifesto online, and every time I would read it, I would find something else that was intriguing to me.”
Craig Finn and Chuck Klosterman Go Hollywood
He’s co-writing a screenplay adaptation of Chuck Klosterman’s ‘Fargo Rock City.’
Steven Tyler ‘Rocks’ BookExpo Keynote, Confuses Chuck Klosterman
Topics included raccoon hunting, African cranes, harmonic fifths, and growing up in the Bronx with big lips.
Clint Eastwood to See Dead People
Plus: Ben Silverman gives Hilary Duff a show!
Chuck Klosterman, Robert Christgau, Rob Sheffield: Rock-Geek Slideshow!
Uh-oh — you just nerdgasmed at work!
First-Time Novelist Chuck Klosterman on ‘Downtown Owl,’ His Subpar Farming Ability, and His Adoring Fans
Klosterman raps with Vulture on the switch to fiction.