Pulphead is an essay collection by the American writer and editor John Jeremiah Sullivan. Pulphead has been named a 2011 New York Times Notable Book, a Time Magazine Top 10 Nonfiction Book of 2011, and one of Amazon's Best of the Month for November 2011.
|Author||John Jeremiah Sullivan|
|Publisher||Farrar, Straus and Giroux|
|Media type||Print Paperback|
Original Publishing Home of Pulphead EssaysEdit
The Paris Review
- "Mister Lytle", published in Pulphead as "Mr. Lytle: An Essay"
- "Unnamed Caves", on American cave art
- "The Last Wailer", on Bunny Wailer
- "Back in the Day", on Michael Jackson, published in Pulphead as "Michael"
- "The Final Comeback of Axl Rose", on Axl Rose
- "Upon This Rock", on a visit to a Christian rock festival
- "American Grotesque", on the Tea Party movement
- "Violence of the Lambs", on the coming war between animals and humans
- "Peyton's Place", on Sullivan's house being used as a filming location for the show One Tree Hill
- "Unknown Bards", on the history of blues music.
- "100 Notable Books of 2011". The New York Times. 21 November 2011.
- "The Top 10 of Everything 2011". Time. 7 December 2011.
- "Best Books of the Month: November 2011".
- "The Paris Review Wins National Magazine Award".
- "John Jeremiah Sullivan Wins Prize, Does Paris Review Proud".