Synopses & Reviews
Set in the year 2000, "Turn of the Century" is a panoramic, hyper-realistic, up-to-the-second comedy of manners that depicts marriage, family, friendship, and business as they are conducted in our giddy, anxious time, amplified by Andersen's explosive writing and dead-on wit.
About the Author
is a columnist for The New Yorker. He was co-founder and editor of Spy magazine, and editor in chief of New York magazine. At Time, he was an award-winning writer on crime and politics, and for eight years the magazine's architecture and design critic. He has also created and produced several network television programs, and co-wrote Loose Lips, a satirical stage revue that has had productions in New York and Los Angeles. Turn of the Century is his first novel. Andersen lives with his wife and daughters in New York City.
From the Hardcover edition.