John Glassie is a contributing editor for the New York Times Magazine and author of a photo book, Bicycles Locked to Poles, from McSweeney’s.
- December 2006/January 2007: On Duty
The best kind of unintentional art is that which depicts tableau images of Swiss policemen pretending to do the things they do every day.
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June/July 2006: Review of Scott Snyder’s Voodoo Heart
- May 2006: Review of Charles D’Ambrosio’s The Dead Fish Museum
- December 2005/January 2006: Our Weird Uncle Eakins
The greatest nineteenth-century American painter was also the milk-guzzling, sexually ambiguous uncle of today’s media-saturated culture.
- February 2005: Review of Jess Row’s The Train to Lo Wu
- November 2004: Review of Kate Atkinson’s Case Histories