March 7, 2012
Reviews and Other Writing









25 literary resolutions for 2012. What's yours?
Los Angeles Times

Looking back at 2011's literary resolutions
Los Angeles Times

The 10 Best Things From 2011 To Listen To While Writing, According To Actual Authors
Village Voice

Patrice Evansís ĎNegropediaí Sorts Out the Racial Landscape
The Daily Beast

The Only Living Peep-Show Girl in New York
The L Magazine

The End of the White Outsider
The Daily Beast

THE HUNKS & BABES OF COMIC-CON 2011
[click through for all my coverage of Comic-Con 2011]
HOTTER IN HOLLYWOOD

Straight Edge, Winding Story: Ten Thousand Saints
The L Magazine

Rock and Roll (Ned Vizzini)
Los Angeles Review of Books

Tall Tales, Big Words and Gator-Wrestling... It's Swamplandia!
The L Magazine
Recent Blog Posts

Ned Vizzini | Writing
Be More Chill (Indonesian) [Paperack]
December 1, 2006
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The Indonesian Be More Chill has a festive and interesting cover.

US editions of my books are also available in the Philippines.

A student named Manuel Miguel V. Barnes translated the first part of Teen Angst? Naaah... into Tagalog, the indigenous Filipino language.
Be More Chill (Chinese) [Paperback]
January 1, 2006
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The Chinese edition of Be More Chill is large-format and almost looks like a comic trade paperback.

Check out the photo spread on Flickr to see the inside cover, gatefold spread, and all the detailing on the pages:

Be More Chill Chinese Edition Bio
It's Kind of a Funny Story (Italian) [Paperback]
June 1, 2007
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The Italian version of It's Kind of a Funny Story is published by Mondadori.

It has the striking title Mi Ammazzo, Per Il Resto Tutto Ok ("Kill me, for the Rest Everything's OK").
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Early Articles, Reviews, and Columns
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Teen Angst? Nah!
[the piece that inspired the book]
New York Times

Sick Passenger
[possibly my best story ever]
New York Press

Bad Barber
[REJECTED by New York Press, previously unpublished]
New York Press

Peak Contraction
[me at the gym]
New York Press

Why I Still Hate Rap
New York Press

Schizo Rock
[RIP, Wesley]
New York Press

Bjorn Again
New York Press

What the Hell is Kaiju?
New York Press

Since When: Brent Camponi, Rising Legend, and His TV Show; Natan, Who Sings Like a Bastard; Church Ladies for Choice; A Jeff Buckley Book
New York Press

Since When: Straight-Edge Vegan Hardcore at Roseland; Cool Japanese Porn; George Tabb Presents Unsigned Bands at CBGB; Some Abused Girls Are Hot
New York Press