Drawn to Read

Ward Sutton on Inherent Vice

"Day Glo Noir": Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice

Ward Sutton on Life, Inc.

"Corporatization Nation": Ward Sutton looks at Douglas Rushkoff's Life Inc.

Ward Sutton on The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards

"Solo Careers" Ward Sutton's cartoon review of Robert Boswell's new book of short stories.

Ward Sutton on Rapt

"The Focus that Made a Man Out of Mac": Ward Sutton's cartoon review of Winifred Gallagher's new study.

Ward Sutton on The Sound of Freedom

"Yes, She Can": A look at Marian Anderson's historic 1939 concert and its civil rights legacy.

Ward Sutton on Under Their Thumb

"Romancing the Stones": Ward Sutton looks at the almost-famous life of a fan who found his way into one of rock's inner circles.

Ward Sutton on The Women

"Daddy Frank and the Curse of Sex": A look at T.C. Boyle's fictional rendering of the life of Frank Lloyd Wright