by Chuck Klosterman
by A. v. Club, Chuck Klosterman et al.
July 9, 2013 From Darth Vader's grown-up fan base to why people like mysterious vigilantes, Klosterman's I Wear The Black Hat is a meditation on villainy, both real and imagined.
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October 4, 2011 Invisibility is often used for mischief, but in Chuck Klosterman's new novel, his invisible character sits still, looks deeply and disrupts only when necessary. Love him or hate him, Klosterman's stoner-genius extemporizing is unmatched in this sly work of fiction.
December 11, 2009 Inventory, the new book of pop-culture lists from the publishers of The Onion, celebrates and skewers topics like pretentious musical instruments and songs about the horrors of bus travel. A.V. Club Managing Editor Josh Modell talks about some favorite lists with Scott Simon.
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December 2, 2008 When Mitch heard that his high school football coach had gotten another teenage girl pregnant...
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