Column by Annie Neugebauer
Are masterpieces built step by step, or are they executed in a bolt of inspiration? A look at 3 case studies: Eminem’s “Lose yourself,” Michelangelo’s David, & Mark Z. Danielewski’s 'House of Leaves'.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky February 23, 2017
Fiction is stranger than truth in these fabricated cinematic histories.
Column by Bart Bishop
A comparison of Mark Z. Danielewski's book 'House of Leaves' and Poe's album 'Haunted'.
Column by Ryan Peverly
Browse a bookshelf and chances are you'll find several titles that aren't exactly as they appear — books in costume, masquerading in one genre when they're really something else entirely.
News by Peter Derk
Mark Z. Danielewski is asking readers to send in cat pictures for his new project, 'The Familiar.'
Column by Christine J. Schmidt May 29, 2014
These books redeemed themselves by being fantastic all along...
Column by Cath Murphy November 22, 2013
Marisha Pessl's horror novel "Night Film" has sparked comparisons to Mark Danielewski's "House of Leaves," mostly unfavorable. But is the comparison even justified?
Column by Kasey Carpenter February 17, 2012
An autopsy of Mark Danielewski's 'House of Leaves,' a book you could teach an entire college course on.