Bring the Noise: The Best Pop Culture Essays from Barrelhouse Magazine

Bring the Noise The Best Pop Culture Essays from Barrelhouse Magazine Over the past decade readers have learned to count on Barrelhouse to publish inventive irreverent essays by authors exploring the ways their lives have been shaped by their pop culture obsessions BR

  • Title: Bring the Noise: The Best Pop Culture Essays from Barrelhouse Magazine
  • Author: Tom McAllister Sarah Sweeney Louisa Spaventa Steve Kistulentz John Shortino Matt Sailor Leslie Jill Patterson Joe Oestreich
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  • Page: 398
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  • Over the past decade, readers have learned to count on Barrelhouse to publish inventive, irreverent essays by authors exploring the ways their lives have been shaped by their pop culture obsessions BRING THE NOISE is a collection of the magazine s greatest hits, plus five new pieces produced exclusively for this anthology Inside, a roster of accomplished and respected auOver the past decade, readers have learned to count on Barrelhouse to publish inventive, irreverent essays by authors exploring the ways their lives have been shaped by their pop culture obsessions BRING THE NOISE is a collection of the magazine s greatest hits, plus five new pieces produced exclusively for this anthology Inside, a roster of accomplished and respected authors grapples with a wide range of topics, including Thin Lizzy, dive bars, Barry Bonds, Bob Dylan s beard, pro wrestling, The Hills, roller derby, Adrian Grenier, and Magnum, P.I.Passionate, insightful, and funny, this collection is simultaneously a celebration and a critical dissection of the ways in which pop culture affects us all.Table of ContentsIntroduction On the Stupid Things We Loveby Tom Mcallister, Barrelhouse nonfiction editorBefore Adrian Grenier Got Famousby Sarah SweeneyJamby Paul CrenshawHome of the Poor and Unknownby Chad SimpsonAll Aboard the Bloated Boat Arguments in Favor of Barry Bondsby Lee KleinHipster Mosaicby Johannes LichtmanIrish on Both Sidesby Tom WilliamsFor the Love of Good TVby Melanie Springer MockThis is Not Their Job The Never ending Reality of The Hillsby Patrick BrownBabyfacesby W Todd KanekoA Myopic Appreciation of Roller Derbyby Louisa SpaventaHome From the Warby Steve KistulentzWhat it Means to Grow Bob Dylan s Beardby John ShortinoReturn to Ozby Matt SailorWe Know the Drillby Leslie Jill PattersonThis Essay Doesn t Rockby Joe OestreichDrummingby Nic BrownLost Callsby Jill Talbotthe illustrated story On Tubes, by Ted Stevensby Brian Furuness, comicked by Kevin Thomasthe swayze questionWhat s your Favorite Patrick Swayze Movie

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    1. Tom McAllister Sarah Sweeney Louisa Spaventa Steve Kistulentz John Shortino Matt Sailor Leslie Jill Patterson Joe Oestreich

      Tom McAllister is the author of the novels How to Be Safe and The Young Widower s Handbook, as well as the memoir Bury Me in My Jersey He is the non fiction editor of Barrelhouse magazine and the co host of the weekly Book Fight podcast His shorter work has appeared in a number of places, including Best American Nonrequired Reading, The Collagist, Hobart, The Rumpus, and The Millions He lives in New Jersey and is an Associate Professor in the English Department at Temple University.

    247 thoughts on “Bring the Noise: The Best Pop Culture Essays from Barrelhouse Magazine”

    1. I have an essay in here about Barry Bonds, steroids, and the USA of yore (circa 2005). Nic Brown has a short, sober, admirably straightforward revelation about drumming in a popular touring rock band that's worth the cover price alone. The good/bad continuum by Joe Oestreich is genius (range = "total shit" to "totally the shit"). ' own Patrick Brown has an excellent bit in here about The Hills. (Did I at first forget to mention the Magnum PI piece by Steve Kistulentz? I did!) Pretty much everyth [...]



    2. My favorites are Sarah Sweeney's "Before Adrian Grenier Got Famous," Patrick Brown's "This Is Not Their Job: The Never-Ending Reality of The Hills," and Joe Oestreich's "This Essay Doesn't Rock." All the others are good too, though.




    3. Great collection of essays about the stupid things we love. Lots of fun to read. I spoke with the editor of the book here: brendanomeara/?p=625


    4. Full disclosure: my essay on Magnum, PI is in here. So yes, this is one of the best nonfiction anthologies of the year. It's one of the best anthologies I've ever been in. But in the meantime, I think each piece in here asks you to reconsider something familiar. That's something we don't like to do very often in our culture, but we should. And Tom McAllister's choices--taken from the pages of Barrelhouse--grab us by the back of the neck and ask us, sometimes rather pointedly, to think about the [...]


    5. Pop culture is important because people think it's important. A bit recursive, but that's ok. Some of the essays in this book really get at why pop culture means anything. Sarah Sweeney's essay about Adrian Grenier, Tom Williams's piece about Thin Lizzy and others broke my face a bit.


    6. I'll be using this book the next time I teach my Personal Essay course. A lot of fun, and one of those rare anthologies that delivers 100% on what it promises.





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