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The Making of Tom Wolfe’s ‘Radical Chic’
Remembering the story that helped put
on the map.
The Changing Legacy of Tom Wolfe, Chronicler of Changing Times
Wolfe made his reputation explaining the young to the old and the cool to the square. But time caught up with him eventually.
Tom Wolfe’s Path to Immortality
Now Wolfe is dead and one wonders what color suit he’ll be buried in, because cremation wouldn’t do.
Tom Wolfe, Pioneer of
and New Journalism, Dies at 88
In a city of people who wear black, the man in the white suit.
Tom Wolfe on Marie Cosindas, an Artist Who Created Something Completely New
A photographer who worked as no one else did.
A Look Into the New
Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test
A look inside Taschen’s new collector’s reissue.
Your Sunday Long Reads: Tom Wolfe, Damien Hirst, and the Grateful Dead
Make the most of what’s left of the long weekend.
Tom Wolfe on His New Novel
Back to Blood
Forty-two years after “Radical Chic” and 25 since
, Tom Wolfe is still stalking the billion-footed-beast of the Big Social Novel.
Book Expo 2012: The Ten Hottest Prospects
Tom Wolfe, Michael Chabon and a little someone named…J.K. Rowling!
Tom Wolfe Discusses
, Brian Wilson, and How to Fake an Acid Trip
’We’re in the middle of a happiness explosion!’
Steven Soderbergh Gets a ‘Girlfriend’
Plus: Mel Gibson takes the lead, ‘I Am Charlotte Simmons’ to film, and ‘13’ is headed to Broadway.
Inside Tom Wolfe’s $7 Million Book Proposal
“They, like all people, all people everywhere, have but one last thing on their minds —
Back to blood!
So How Much Money Does It Take to Convince Tom Wolfe to Ditch His Publisher of 43 Years?
Yeah, if we were Jonathan Galassi, we wouldn’t pay that either.
Tom Wolfe Ditches FSG for More Money at Little, Brown
How much money does it take to get a guy to abandon his publishing house of 43 years?
Gus Van Sant Drinks the ‘Kool-Aid’
Jack Nicholson Thinks Being Slutty Makes You Left-Wing