Books by John Seabrook

Released: Oct. 5, 2015

"A revelatory ear-opener, as the music business remains in a state of significant flux."
New Yorker staff writer Seabrook (Flash of Genius: And Other True Stories of Invention, 2008, etc.) examines the seismic shifts in the music industry. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 16, 2000

"It's a report from a cultural black hole."
A New Yorker staffer explores the convergence of highbrow and lowbrow—nobrow—as salesmanship replaces worth. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 1, 1997

"Though the salted-in autobiographical details are endearing and Seabrook is an enthusiastic tour guide, he doesn't do anything on the Net that a reader couldn't duplicate in one good night on America Online."
A chronicle of one writer's foray onto the Internet and his initiation into its eccentric, often hostile online community. Read full book review >