Ever since building his own Twitter page for a New Yorker article, novelist Bret Easton Ellis has made blogging headlines as he used his new platform to review films and records in 140-character bursts.
Most recently, Gawker wrote a long response to the author of “American Psycho” and his review of a recent movie: “The most alienating movie experience of 09: sitting stone-faced in a packed Westwood theater that’s roaring with laughter at The Hangover…”
In contrast, the Village Voice loved his review of Jay McInerney‘s stories and a sports picture: “This weekend reminded: Slap Shot is the funniest sports movie ever made. Bo Burnham-unbearable. The Jayster can really write short stories.”
- Gabriel García Márquez Archive Finds a Home at the Harry Ransom Center
- 3 Portraits of Writers Featured in 'The Boomer List' Exhibit
- Hey Indie eBook Authors, Here’s How to Succeed
- Daniel Handler Contributes $10K to the We Need Diverse Books Crowdfunding Campaign