Every now and then I remember a piece I wrote in the past and get curious about how it holds up. While reading an article about the state of book reviewing I recalled a piece I wrote in 2002 for Gadfly, about Bill Moody's Looking for Chet Baker.
The result can be found here. It's the only time I've written a dedicated piece about a book and I'm happy to say that, a few mistakes aside, it holds up pretty well. That's always nice.