A Certain Version of Bret Easton Ellis

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Carolyn Kellogg, lead writer for the LA Times blog Jacket Copy, describes her experience interviewing Bret Easton Ellis and the strange routine he went through with nearly every reporter he encountered during the publicity tour for Imperial Bedrooms, the sequel to Less Than Zero.


Salvatore Pane is a writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Quick Fiction, Weave, We Are Champion, Corium Magazine and others. His debut graphic novel, The Black List, will see publication later this year from Arcana Comics. He blogs at www.salvatore-pane.com. More from this author →