Christopher Frizzelle

A Boy Grows Up

A Boy Grows Up

Edmund White's classic turns 20.

 

A Postscript

In the week and half since Kenneth Koch's death, nobody has written about his life or his work as well as David Lehman did four… Continue reading

 

Matt Briggs doesn't fuck around.

An excellent way to end it

Matt Briggs and his strange stories.

 

Animal Farm

Let's say you're George Plimpton. How the transformation occurred, exactly, doesn't matter. Gregor Samsa in The Metamorphosis became an insect; you've become a WASP. A… Continue reading

At the Movies

In 1925, the year she would write Mrs. Dalloway, Virginia Woolf was in two places at once: at the threshold of greatness and the brink… Continue reading

Boy crazy

Boy crazy

Mr. Nude Seattle bares his body and soul to Seattle Weekly.

Boy crazy
Brave New City

Brave New City

What do bohemians, gay people, and a pizza place in Georgetown have to do with the future of our economic prosperity? Everything.

Brave New City

Brokefest

The three staffers directly responsible for making this year's Bookfest the best in recent memory lost their jobs last week. The last day of work… Continue reading

Carpe Ethan

At Magnuson Park last week, Ethan Hawke read the entire first chapter of his second novel, Ash Wednesday, and then he took mostly inane questions… Continue reading

Paul Hunter: The man behind the manuscripts.

Carving out words

The one-man show behind Wood Works Press.

Paul Hunter: The man behind the manuscripts.
Worth the wait: Chaka strikes a pose.

Christmas Is a Drag

Out and about with Chaka Kwan.

Worth the wait: Chaka strikes a pose.
Class Clown

Class Clown

The newest in the "best" shorts competition falls short.

Class Clown
Cruise control

Cruise control

Police and gay men clash over plainclothes operations in Volunteer Park.

Cruise control

Dave Redux

A friend of this column rightly points out that we have written about Dave Eggers before (The Nightstand, "Supernova," Aug. 22), but we feel that… Continue reading

Dogged

Dogged

Alan Cumming loves his dog.The pansexual Scottish actor who achieved celebrity in the Broadway revival of Cabaret, and whose film credits include The Anniversary Party… Continue reading

Dogged
Eat This

Eat This

Jeffrey Steingarten is back, and hungrier than ever.

Eat This
Food service meets Esquire: the uniform as style?

Fade to White

The blinding light of haute couture.

Food service meets Esquire: the uniform as style?

Fatwa Fever

Last week, you were either a This American Life person or a Salman Rushdie person, and there really was no in-between. (Well, there was, and… Continue reading

Festering

Either Bookfest was far better this year, or we made fewer bad choices about what to see. Still, bad choices were being made all around… Continue reading

Fist Fite

Fist Fite

A week or so ago, the Nightstand and an assortment of well-dressed Others had the good fortune to score the circular window booth at Linda's.… Continue reading

Fist Fite