Summer reading (or not)

Kelly Jane Torrance, who has brought some very sharp cultural writing to the Washington Times lately (and who has long been doing great work with the American Enterprise and Brainwash) has a piece up at the American Enterprise‘s website surveying summer-reading selections from people like Jesse Walker, Gene Healy, Stefan Black of The New Criterion, and me. My bit of it is very off-the-cuff, and I never have got around to reading the Houellebecq book I mention — instead my airplane reading on the flight out to Atlanta a few weeks back was John Dean’s Conservatives Without Conscience, which I enjoyed somewhat more than Austin Bramwell did.

Keep your eyes peeled for Kelly’s essay on Whit Stillman in the next issue of TAC, by the way — that’ll be out in two weeks or so.


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