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Richard Yates

Pub Date : 2010 | Author : Tao Lin | Publisher : Melville House

ISBN 10 : 9781935554158
ISBN 13 : 1935554158

In a startling change of direction, cult favourite Tao Lin presents a dark and brooding tale of illicit love that is his most sophisticated and mesmerising yet. Named after the rea..

Trip

Pub Date : 2018-05-01 | Author : Tao Lin | Publisher : Vintage

ISBN 10 : 9781101974506
ISBN 13 : 1101974508

Part memoir, part history, part journalistic exposé, Trip is a look at psychedelic drugs, literature, and alienation from one of the twenty-first century's most innovative novelis..

Shoplifting From American Apparel

Pub Date : 2009 | Author : Tao Lin | Publisher : Melville House

ISBN 10 : 9781933633787
ISBN 13 : 1933633786

An autobiographical novella reflects the creative influences and personal challenges of an existentially minded writer who struggles with his relationships, vices, and failures whi..

Taipei

Pub Date : 2013-06-04 | Author : Tao Lin | Publisher : Vintage

ISBN 10 : 9780307950178
ISBN 13 : 0307950174

A dark lament reflecting the macabre aspects of today's world follows the experiences of a man who navigates Manhattan's art and literary scenes before touring Taipei, where he con..

Miss Misery

Pub Date : 2006-01-31 | Author : Andy Greenwald | Publisher : Simon and Schuster

ISBN 10 : 9781416940494
ISBN 13 : 1416940499

Once I started, I couldn't stop. It felt like falling down the stairs.... Meet David Gould: abandoned by his girlfriend, pushing the deadline for his first book, tormented by write..

Nothing Feels Good

Pub Date : 2003-11-15 | Author : Andy Greenwald | Publisher : St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN 10 : 9781466834927
ISBN 13 : 1466834927

Nothing Feels Good: Punk Rock, Teenagers, and Emo tells the story of a cultural moment that's happening right now-the nexus point where teen culture, music, and the web converge to..

Eeeee Eee Eeee

Pub Date : 2010-12-29 | Author : Tao Lin | Publisher : Melville House

ISBN 10 : 9781612190266
ISBN 13 : 161219026X

“Tao Lin writes from moods that less radical writers would let pass—from laziness, from vacancy, from boredom. And it turns out that his report from these places is moving and ..