Chuck Klosterman on Brooklyn’s Dominance, Fandom, Sports Fixes, and UFOs
The Bill Simmons Podcast
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by author Chuck Klosterman to discuss Damian Lillard’s future after another Trail Blazers playoff exit, how player movement has shaped today’s NBA, radical ideas to “fix” various sports leagues, UFOs and ghosts, documentaries, and more.Host: Bill SimmonsGuest: Chuck KlostermanProducer: Kyle Crichton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
S4. Ep. 1: Chuck Klosterman reads an excerpt from "Raised in Captivity: Fictional Nonfiction"
Chuck Klosterman Interview: 20 Years of "Fargo Rock City"
20 years ago this month, Chuck Klosterman released his first book, Fargo Rock City. It was a watershed moment for pop culture. For Chuck personally, it launched his career as he became one of the foremost pop culture critics and thought leaders in the world. For those of us smart and semi-smart types who sometimes wondered why we loved this often juvenile music, it might as well have been a Holy script. It's not a coincidence that the subtitle for his most famous book, "Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto" inspired the subtitle for this podcast. Chuck was gracious enough to speak to me about the impact "Fargo Rock City" had on his career, how he feels about that music today, his interview with Jimmy Page, what it's like to listen to Black Sabbath and Kanye West at basically the same time, and several other topics. I'm ecstatic to release this episode and hope you all enjoy it. Thank you Chuck so much for coming on Well Disguised.You're smart enough to find Fargo Rock City on your own, but here's one way:https://www.amazon.com/Fargo-Rock-City-Odyssey-Dakota/dp/0743406567Also, if you want to read the interview with Jimmy Page we discuss, here's a link:https://www.gq.com/story/jimmy-page-led-zeppelin-men-of-the-year-klostermanOn the show I brought up Chuck's podcast with Chris Ryan. It's available here:https://open.spotify.com/show/05WvFFL01hKJ3PjqW0hgLR
"L'uomo visibile" di Chuck Klosterman: un viaggio psichedelico nella mente umana
Le recensioni di The BookAdvisor
Non vi rivelerò il benché minimo dettaglio sulla trama di questo libro, perché è una lettura che non può e non deve essere minimamente anticipata. Vi basti sapere che si costruisce su un lungo dialogo tra una psicologa e un paziente curioso, un ricercatore che ha trovato un modo per osservare da vicino, molto vicino, le persone, rimanendo tuttavia nascosto grazie all’applicazione delle sue conoscenze scientifiche che gli hanno permesso di inventare una tuta particolare che gli garantisce l’invisibilità.Qui per leggere la recensione su The BookAdvisor: https://thebookadvisor.it/recensioni/libri-in-pillole/luomo-visibile-di-chuck-klosterman-recensione-libro/
Chuck Klosterman is an American author and essayist whose work focuses on American popular culture. He has been a columnist for Esquire and ESPN.com and wrote "The Ethicist" column for The New York Times Magazine. Klosterman is the author of eleven books, including two novels and the essay collection Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto.
The Best Movie of 2021 So Far, and a Chuck Klosterman Theory of Film
The Big Picture
Sean and Amanda welcome author Chuck Klosterman to dive deep into two fascinating topics. The first is Adam Curtis' sprawling six-part documentary series 'Can't Get You Out of My Head,' which explores the absurdity of modern life and the intersections of power, drugs, culture, and the future of civilization (0:30). Fun times. Then, Chuck poses a radical theory of movie watching, which leads to a conversation about the multiverse and the value of biopics (46:30).Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda DobbinsGuest: Chuck Klosterman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, host Jason Jefferies is joined by New York Times bestselling author Chuck Klosterman, who discusses his latest book Raised in Captivity, which is published by our friends at Penguin Press. Topics of discussion include the NBA bubble (this podcast was recorded before the conclusion of the 2019-2020 NBA season), deaths in grunge rock, a puma in an airplane bathroom, a philosopher coaching high school football, the placement of the serial killer in pop culture, whiteness, being fake woke, and much more. Copies of Raised in Captivity can be ordered here with FREE SHIPPING.
A 12th L.A. Lakers Title and Remembering Eddie Van Halen with Ryen Russillo and Chuck Klosterman
The Bill Simmons Podcast
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to discuss a hard-fought Lakers win in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, the Lakers' role players stepping up, Jimmy Butler’s ascension to a “top-10 guy,” superb defensive play by Anthony Davis, LeBron’s command of the series and what a fourth NBA title will do for his legacy, Anthony Davis contract speculation, and more. Then Bill is joined by author Chuck Klosterman to remember the late Eddie Van Halen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chuck Klosterman on Ben Simmons and The NBA Bubble, Grantland, Weird Short Stories, UFOs and Covid-19
The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast
Chuck Klosterman showed up to the podcast with two Miller High Lifes in hand, ready to talk about whatever we wanted. We discussed his weird, cool book of short stories Raised In Captivity which is now out now on paperback, Ben Simmons, the NBA bubble, what Covid-19 would have been like 25 years ago, the legacy of Grantland, Bill Simmons, and comparing UFOs and The Shining. Sign up for Spike's chat with Chuck Klosterman here, and order the book with promo code RTRS for free shipping and a free book here. The Rights To Ricky Sanchez Podcast is presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook.