Theodore McDermott is a baker, editor, and writer in Missoula, Montana. He has published fiction and nonfiction and was nominated for the Essay Prize.
- March 2012: The Lights Go On and You Reach for Your Hat
What is to be learned from the completely unacceptable films of Bobcat Goldthwait, which are utterly devoid of lessons?
- June 2010: Review of Joshua Cohen’s The True Deceiver
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May 2009: Review of Patrick deWitt’s Ablutions: Notes for a Novel
- July/August 2008: Spare Songs from a Diminished Land
Souled American’s music will not make you dance or sing along, but it does fulfill music’s simplest function: it makes you listen.
- December 2006/January 2007: The Family Albums of Ralph Eugene Meatyard
Meatyard took the average family snapshot, put a freakish mask on it, and then set it in front of a decaying Southern mansion.