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Pynchon Probably Did Not Write a Secret Novel
It’s a fun theory, though.
and the Modern Audience’s Ambiguity Problem
“Ambiguity has become like the Postal Service: We tolerate it only when absolutely necessary.”
Every Thomas Pynchon Novel, Briefly Ranked
Now that a movie has finally been made of one.
Thomas Pynchon Will Have a Cameo in the
Of course, who’s gonna recognize him?
An Imagined Monologue By the Disappointed Editor of ‘Penthouse Forum,’ by […]
Mr. Carlson, I assume? Please, come in and have a seat. Mr. Carlson, although the dictates of modern propriety obligate me to thank you for […]
On the Thomas Pynchon Trail
By way of Mexico, Manhattan Beach, the California woods, and a bunch of the biggest and weirdest books ever written.
Martin Short Joins the Cast of Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’
Living comedy legend Martin Short is set to star in his first movie in several years, and it’s a pretty prestigious one. The Wrap reports that […]
Paul Thomas Anderson Wants to Adapt Thomas Pynchon’s
Plus: Robert Downey Jr. as Doc Sportello?
Yep, That Was Pynchon
A publicist from Penguin has confirmed that the voice on the trailer for ‘Inherent Vice’ does indeed belong to Pynchon.
: The Movie?
Probably not! But maybe!
Pynchon Speaks! Maybe!
Is this Thomas Pynchon himself narrating his new book trailer?
Our Favorite Character Names From the New Pynchon
Rudy Blatnoyd, Petunia Leeway, Scott Oof, Ensendada Slim, Jason Velveeta, Japonica Fenway, etc.