Books by Ian Spiegelman

Ian Spiegelman grew up in Bayside, Queens, where he began his career as a journalist. A veteran of the gossip world, he reported for New York magazine and the New York Post’s "Page Six" and is a frequent contributor to Details magazine. His first novel, E


MAKING MAVERICKS by Frosty Hesson
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Oct. 10, 2012

"Hesson ably captures the enchantment and inherent dangers of surfing in this distinctive memoir."
A companion piece to the movie about surfing legend Rick "Frosty" Hesson's life. Read full book review >
NON-FICTION
Released: Feb. 1, 2008

"Refreshingly candid about his vindictive motives, Raymond offers a damning chronicle of political hubris."
One of the Northeast GOP's top campaigners tells how he became an agent of corruption for the Republican revolution. Read full book review >
WELCOME TO YESTERDAY by Ian Spiegelman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 17, 2006

"Carefully engineered blood-in-the-gutter fare—a tabloid version of The Big Sleep."
Spiegelman (Everyone's Burning, 2003) re-imagines his old gig as a New York Post "Page Six" reporter in a smarmy tale chock-full of seedy strips, hard-drinking gossips and vicious celebrities. Read full book review >
EVERYONE’S BURNING by Ian Spiegelman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 10, 2003

"Bottom-dog lyricism, good dialogue, grim as a gallows."
Spiegelman made news last fall with his New York Post series attacking Jonathan Franzen, Rick Moody, and Dave Eggers, largely accusing them of trendiness and greed. How does his own debut hold up against Heartbreaking and Shifty Wordslingers Franzen and Moody? Read full book review >