Episode 255: Matthew Klam: Matthew Klam is a journalist and fiction writer. His new novel is Who Is Rich?.

“The New Yorker had hyped me with this “20 Under 40” thing…and when the tenth anniversary of that list [came], somebody wrote an article about it. And they found everybody in

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Episode 255: Matthew Klam: Matthew Klam is a journalist and fiction writer. His new novel is Who Is Rich?. “The New Yorker had hyped me with this “20 Under 40” thing…and when the tenth anniversary of that list [came], somebody wrote an article about it. And they found everybody in

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Matthew Klam is a journalist and fiction writer. His new novel is Who Is Rich?.

“The New Yorker had hyped me with this “20 Under 40” thing…and when the tenth anniversary of that list [came], somebody wrote an article about it. And they found everybody in it, and I was the only one who hadn’t done anything since then, according to them. And the article, it was a little paragraph or two, it ended with ‘poor Matthew Klam.’”

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[01:00] Sam the Cat: and Other Stories (Vintage • 2001)
[01:00] Who Is Rich?: A Novel (Random House • 2017)
[01:45] Doree Shafrir on Longform
[01:45] Elif Batuman on Longform
[02:00] readthissummer.com
[03:00] "Matthew Klam’s New Book Is Only 17 Years Overdue" (Taffy Brodesser-Akner • Vulture • Jul 2017)
[03:15] "Experiencing Ecstasy" (New York Times Magazine • Jan 2001)
[04:15] "Sam the Cat" (New Yorker • May 1993) [sub req’d]
[05:30] "What Do You Think of Ted Williams Now?" (Richard Ben Cramer • Esquire • Jun 1986)
[06:15] "Missing the Boom; Some of My Best Friends Are Rich" (New York Times Magazine • Jun 1998)
[06:30] Klam’s Story About His Hasidic Cousins in McSweeney’s Issue 33
[06:45] "The Pilot’s Tale" (Harper’s • Feb 1999) [sub req’d]
[09:00] "Big Event Brent" (GQ) [pdf]
[11:15] "Riding the Mo In the Lime Green Glow" (New York Times Magazine • Nov 1999)
[14:15] "How to Get Over an Aversion to Whiskey" (Wall Street Journal • Jun 2017) [sub req’d]
[15:45] Quantico
[19:30] "Freak" (Devin Friedman • GQ • Feb 2010)
[20:30] "The Man in the Irony Mask" (GQ • Mar 2008)
[28:00] A Tragic Honesty: The Life and Work of Richard Yates (Blake Bailey • Picador • 2004)
[28:00] Cheever: A Life (Blake Bailey • Vintage • 2010)
[29:00] "Adina, Astrid, Chipewee, Jasmine" (New Yorker • May 2006)
[30:00] Look at Me: A Novel (Jennifer Egan • Anchor • 2002)
[30:15] The Invisible Circus (Jennifer Egan • Anchor • 1995)
[31:30] "20 Under 40" (New Yorker • 1999)
[31:30] "The New Yorker’s 20 Under 40 Fiction Special Will Save Fiction Again" (Mark Asch • The L Magazine • May 2010)
[38:45] Andy Ward on the Longform Podcast
[43:15] The Things They Carried (Tim O’Brien • Mariner Books • 2009)
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