Matthew Klam

fiction writer and journalist

Guest

Matthew Klam is an American fiction writer and journalist.

Matthew Klam on KCRW

Matthew Klam reveals that his novel Who is Rich? ponders the meaning of wealth. Is richness having a big bank account or is it being happy with your lot in life?

Matthew Klam: Who Is Rich?

Matthew Klam reveals that his novel Who is Rich? ponders the meaning of wealth. Is richness having a big bank account or is it being happy with your lot in life?

from Bookworm

Matthew Klam discusses the sexcapades of the stud muffins and alleycats of his post-moral stories, truly the most audacious chronicle of sexual discomfort since the stories of John…

Matthew Klam: Sam the Cat and Other Stories

Matthew Klam discusses the sexcapades of the stud muffins and alleycats of his post-moral stories, truly the most audacious chronicle of sexual discomfort since the stories of John…

from Bookworm

More from KCRW

Five years ago the Chilean director Pablo Larraín gave us "Jackie," a fictionalized portrait of Jacqueline Kennedy during and immediately after her husband's assassination.

from Film Reviews

Musician and actor, and author Steven Van Zandt on being in the right place at the right time.

from The Treatment

My dream of being a DJ came true! KCRW is giving me my very own radio show! It’ll be one awesome hour of crazy-good FUN!!

from Music Special Programming

Teresa K. Miller discusses “Borderline Fortune,” which won her the National Poetry Series, when she was about ready to give up on herself.

from Bookworm

Director Jeymes Samuel on the often ignored history of Black cowboys.

from The Treatment

Just getting through the day can now sometimes feel like an exercise in diplomacy, especially with disputes over COVID vaccines, mask mandates, and critical race theory in schools.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Paolo Sorrentino's "The Hand of God" is much less serious than it sounds, though far from frivolous.

from Film Reviews

Writer Kelefa Sanneh on music’s relentless boundary blurring.

from The Treatment

In The Hollywood Reporter , Kim Masters and Gary Baum did a deep dive into the shady side of independent filmmaking.

from Hollywood Breakdown