In case you spent the summer wondering what a “generational tale” that’s part Bright Lights, Big City, part The Sun Also Rises and part This Side of Paradise might look like, well, wonder no more. Or at least: wonder less.
The book proposal that landed Dartmouth alum and self-styled hazing culture whistleblower Andrew Lohse a contract with St. Martin’s Press found its way on the Internet last week, unveiling the young author’s attempts to conjure the muses McInerney, Hemingway and Fitzgerald.
Mr. Lohse, you’ll recall, enjoyed 15 minutes of fame in April, when he was the subject of a 9,000-word Rolling Stone feature documenting his rise and fall in Dartmouth’s Greek life, including his arrest for cocaine possession, his attempts to call attention to hazing culture, and his work on a memoir. Read More