Chuck Klosterman Deconstructs The Nineties
When I think of the 1990s I think about MTV, Seinfeld, video stores, Ross Perot, the fall of the Berlin Wall, high tops, rolling my jeans, and music—grunge, pop, hard rock, and top 40. You can get writer Chuck Klosterman’s smart and funny take on the decade in his new book The Nineties. Chuck is the author of several pop culture books and essay collections including Sex Drugs and Cocoa Puffs, and But What If Were Wrong. He was born in Minnesota and raised in North Dakota which inspired his debut book Fargo Rock City: A heavy metal odyssey in rural North Dakota.