Rudolph Wurlitzer — Film & Book Reviews
2017, Apr: Rudolph Wurlitzer's 'The Drop Edge of Yonder,' Book review and Trending News, Rolling Stone Magazine.
2013, Jun 4: Walt Disney Sings, Opera Review by Heidi Waleson, Wall Street Journal. Mic
2013, Jan 24: Opera review: Walt Disney in fantasyland, by Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times Music Critic, Los Angeles Times. Mic
2011, May 19: Slow Fade: Rudolph Wurlitzer's Cinéma Vérité, by Michael H. Miller, Thirteen, WNET New York Public Media.by Mic0
2009, Dec 18: The Big Nowhere: Rudy Wurlitzer's Rediscovered Trilogy, Deconstruction Zone by Rodger Jacobs, Pop Matters.
2009, Dec: Top Five Books of 2009, Including Nog, Flats and Quake. By Michael Silverblatt, 5iveThings from kcrw.
2009, Dec 7: Nog by Rudolph Wurlitzer, Review by Jeremy Hatch, The Quarterly Conversation.
2009, Nov 15: The Resurgence of Rudolph Wurlitzer, The Writer's Life: Review by Sam Adams, Los Angeles Times: Entertainment..
2009, July 6: Nog, review by Paul DiFilippo, featured title in the Spotlight, in the Barnes & Noble Review.
2008, Dec 18: The Drop Edge of Yonder: BEST BOOK OF 2008, review by Michael Miller, Time Out New York / Issue 690/691 : Dec 18-31..
2008, June: The Return of the Frontiersman, article by Lee Hill, Vertigo Magazine, London, Issue No. 18, June 2008.2008
2008, June 8: "Wandering 'Round 'Yonder'" review by Anthony Miller, Los Angeles CityBeat, (Weekly Issue).
2008, May: "Rudolph Wurlitzer: The Drop Edge of Yonder," review by Fred Cistema, The Brooklyn Rail: Critical Perspectives on Arts, Politics and Culture.
2008, Apr 16: "Book Notes: Rudolph Wurlitzer," review by David, largeheartedboy.com/blog .
2008, Apr 12: "Rudolph Wurlitzer Reimagines the Frontier in The Drop Edge of Yonder," review by Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg, Wall Street Journal, New York.
2008, Apr 11: "The Drop Edge of Yonder," review by Paul DiFilippo, Barnes & Noble Review, New York.
2008, Apr 4: "Long Way to Drop," review by Sean Howe, Entertainment Weekly, Issue 985.
2008, Apr 2: "The Drop Edge of Yonder," review by Michael Miller, Time Out New York, Issue 653, New York.
2008, April/May: "How the West Was Fun," review of The Drop Edge of Yonder, by Erik Davis, Bookforum, New York.
2008, February 25: "The Drop Edge of Yonder," review of The Drop Edge of Yonder, Publisher's Weekly, New York.
2008, February 14: "Rudy Wurlitzer's 'Nog,'" Cult Choice by Toby Litt, Penguin's Readers' Group Website, London.
2007, December 30: "The Best (and Worst) of 2007," Time Out New York.
2007, December 18: "Two-Lane Blacktop," by Dave Kehr, The New York Times.
2007, October 1: "Two-Lane Blacktop — Laurie Bird's final line: No Good," edited by Chris Jujiwaia, in Defining Moments in Movies: The greatest films, stars, scenes and events that made movie magic.
2007, June 13: "Non-Conglomeratized Presses," by Michael Greenberg, review of The Drop Edge of Yonder, Times Literary Supplement (of London).
2007, June 8: "Drive-by Shooting," by Chris Petit, review of "100 Road Movies" by Jason Wood (BFI), The Guardian newspaper (London).
2007, March 10: "Post-Apocalypto," by Erik Davis, article about Flats, on techgnosis.com.
2004, Winter/Spring: Review of In the Penal Colony, Fourteen Hills Magazine, Volume 10 Number 1.
2001, June 24: "The Tortures of Kafka, the Romance of Cather," by Margo Jefferson, review of In the Penal Colony, The New York Times.
2001, June 15: "Kafka's Pen? A Branding Iron," by Ben Brantley, review of In the Penal Colony, The New York Times.
2000, November: "Buddha Comes of Age," by Woody Hochswender, article about Little Buddha, with Lynn Davis photographs, Harper's Bazaar.
2000, September 2: "Verdict's In: Kafka and Glass a Striking Pair," by R. M. Campbell, review of the score for In the Penal Colony, Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
1999, March 24: "Expecting the Big One," by Christian Viveros-Faune, review of Quake, photographs by Charlie White, in The New York Press.
1994, December 18: "Roughing it in the Depths of the Self," by Chris Faatz, review of Hard Travel, in The Sunday Oregonian.
1994, December 4: "Christmas Books '94: Travel," by Ann Kobak, review of Hard Travel, The New York Times Sunday Book Review.
1994, October: "Hard Travel to Sacred Places," by Erik Davis in the Village Voice Literary Supplement.
1994: "A Travel Journal of the Spirit," by David Schneider, review of Hard Travel to Sacred Places, San Francisco Chronicle.
1994, June 6: "Shooting Blanks," by David Denby, review of Little Buddha, The New York Times Magazine.
1994, June 6: "Bertolucci Does Buddhism," Andrew Sarris, review of Little Buddha, The New York Observer.
1994, May 30: "Instant Karma," by Anthony Lane, review of Little Buddha, The New Yorker.
1994, May 30: "A Star is Reincarnated," by Molly Moore, review of Little Buddha, The Washington Post.
1994, May 25: "An All-American Boy Who May Be a Buddha," by Janet Maslin, New York Times.
1994, May 25: "Little Buddha: Bertolucci's Spiritual Glow," by Desson Howe, review of Little Buddha, The Washington Post.
1994, May 22: "Bertolucci Tells a Tale of Buddha," by Douglas S. Barasch, review of Little Buddha, The New York Times.
1994, Spring & Summer issues: "Hard Travel to Sacred Places," in Tricycle: The Buddhist Review. Two pre-publication exerpts from Hard Travel.
1994, March 27: "The Screenwriter's Tale," by Christopher Petit, an article about Rudy's career in The Independent on Sunday (UK).
1993, August: "Hello Dalai," review of Little Buddha, Mirabella Magazine.
1993, March 5: "Shadow of the Wolf," by Roger Ebert, on the rogerebert.suntimes.com website.
1993, February 17: "King of the Road," by Chuck Stephens, review of Two-Lane Blacktop, The Bay Christian.
1992, September 11: "The Romance of the Sea and the Lure of the Cup," by Vincent Canby about Wind, The New York Times.
1992, September: "Out of Print, But Not Forgotten," by Gary Indiana, about Nog, Flats, Quake and Slow Fade, with photograph of the author by Roberta Neiman, The Village Voice Literary Supplement.
1992, February 23: "Voyager: Good Crew, Slow Trip," by Caryn James, The New York Times.
1992, February 20: "Voyager Loses Its Way," by Ed Koch, review of Voyager, Our Town magazine.
1992, February 10: "Voyager Trades Swiss Guilt for Sam Shephard," by Andrew Sarris, The New York Observer.
1992, Febuary 10: "On the Town With Rex Reed," by Rex Reed, review of Voyager, The New York Observer.
1992, January 26: "A Director Who Pursues Inner Demons," by John Tagliabue, review of Voyager, The New York Times.
1991, December: "Voyager," Vogue Magazine.
1988, June 14: "Off the Road," by J. Hoberman, review of Candy Mountain, The Village Voice.
1988, June 10: "Twists and Turns of Life on the Road," by V. A. Musetto, review of Candy Mountain, New York Post Weekend Movies.
1988, June 10: " Hitting the Highway," by Caryn James, review of Candy Mountain, The New York Times.
1987, December 4: "Walker: Starring Ed Harris," by Vincent Canby, Walker, The New York Times.
1987, December 7: "A Yankee Devil's Manifest Destiny: History as a Bad Joke," by David Ansen, Walker, Newsweek.
1987, November — "Manifest Destiny Man," by Jerry Tallmer, Walker, The New York Post.
1987, July 7 — "Shots Against the Empire: On Location with Walker in Nicaragua," by Graham Fuller, Walker, The Village Voice.
1987, March 22 — "Nicaragua Relives Its Yankee Past," by Stephen Kinzer, Walker, The New York Times.
1973, June 11 — "Outlaw Blues," Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid, Time Magazine.
1973, June 17 — "What You See on the Screen . . . And What You Don't See," by Aljean Harmetz, Pat Garrett, The New York Times.
1973, June 2 — "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid," by Donald J. Mayerson, Cue Magazine.
1973, May 31 — "Alias Dylan," The Village Voice.
1973, May 24 — "Screen: Peckinpah's 'Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid,'" by Vincent Canby, The New York Times.
1973, May 24 — "'Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid' Opens at Showcase," by Archer Winsten, New York Post.
1973, May 24 — "Western Will Please Dylan Fans," by Ernest Leogrande, The Daily News.
1973, May 24 — "Dylan Will Make Debut as Actor," by Archer Winston, New York Post.
1973, May 22 — "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid," by Alan R. Howard, review.
1973, May 18 — "Dylan's Film's Mystery: No Dylan Soundtrack," by Ian Dove, The New York Times.
1972, October 22 — "As If Burroughs Had Written 'Lord of the Flies,'" by Morris Dickstein, Quake, The New York Times Book Review.
1971, August 13 — "Love Story With the Car as Hero," by Richard Schickel, Two-Lane Blacktop, Life Magazine.
1971, July 23 — "Two-Lane Blacktop," Variety.
1971, July 8 — "Screen: Cross-Country Ride and a Chase in Spain," by Vincent Canby, Two-Lane Blacktop, The New York Times.
1971, July 8 — "'Two-Lane Blacktop' at Beekham," by Archer Winsten, New York Post.
1971, June 21 — "Two-Lane Blacktop," Daily Variety.
1971, March — "On the Road With the New Hollywood," by Shelly Benoit, Two-Lane Blacktop, Show — The Magazine of Films and the Arts.
1970, October 11 — "If the Present Can't Be Measured, It Can Be Felt," by Scott Byrd, Flats, The Charlotte (NC) Observer.
1970, September 20 — "Flats: A strangely dislocated world which takes no comfort in dying forms," by Richard Poirier, photograph of the author by Dan Bernstein, The New York Times Book Review.
1970, September 17 — "Little is Big, Flats is Linoleum," by John Leonard, subject Flats vs. Little by Louis Zukofsky, The New York Times.
1969, January 30 — "Going to See a Man About an Octopus," by Steven Lerner, Nog interview with Rudy Wurlitzer, The Village Voice.