If Gail Collins is talking about it, I am interested.
So what kind of vortex does it create when Gail Collins — she of the pithy political colums, she of the incisive wit — is writing about vampire novels and the Twilight series in particular? It's too much good stuff, that's what.
Favorite bit: "'Twilight' and its successor novels are about a girl who falls in love with a vampire. There seems to be a lot of this going on lately. If you want to become a best-selling novelist, I would defnitely advise that you start by making your hero a little bit undead."