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Paul Constant

Paul Constant—The Stranger’s books editor—has had his writing appear in Newsweek, the UTNE Reader, The Progressive, and alternative weeklies around the country. He’s also worked at Borders (ugh) and the Elliott Bay Book Company. He became the 2009 I.D. Spring Roll Eating Champion after consuming 23 deep-fried spring rolls in two minutes. Paul has lived in Seattle for more than a decade and likes it much, much more than his home state of Maine.

More Articles by Paul Constant from 2006

Section

Date

  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Two Beers at the Mast
    Posted on 08/31/2006
  • Extras

    Tied Up in Crazy

    (LITERARY STUFF) Mary Gaitskill and George Saunders vs. Ayn Rand, George W. Bush, and Control Issues
    Posted on 08/24/2006
  • Books

    New In Books

    'The Left Bank Gang'
    Posted on 08/24/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Metal Is as Metal Does
    Posted on 08/24/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Weirder Homes and Gardens
    Posted on 08/17/2006
  • Food & Drink

    The Eight-Dollar Experiment

    How Happy Can You Get for Under Ten Bucks?
    Posted on 08/10/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Prep-School Brain-Cell Massacre
    Posted on 08/10/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Going Balls Deep
    Posted on 08/03/2006
  • Books

    Truly, Madly, Deeply

    Daniel Handler's New Book Is Brought to You by the Letters L and Y
    Posted on 07/27/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Banana Boats Against the Current
    Posted on 07/27/2006
  • Theater

    Just Like Candy

    The Roethke is not just improvisational theater, but poetry-based improvisational theater. It sounds like a match made in hell, but the pairing—surprise, surprise—is a chocolate truffle
    Posted on 07/20/2006
  • Food & Drink

    Sunday in the Park with Gorge

    On Artie B's Genius Architecture of Meat
    Posted on 07/20/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    For Richer and Pourer
    Posted on 07/20/2006
  • Theater

    On Stage

    Six Degrees of Separation is chock-full of Art History 101 and penetrating analysis of J. D. Salinger, but in spite of the cultural capital, the play's main attraction is still the squeamish pleasure of getting played.
    Posted on 07/13/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Fuckity Fuckity Fuck
    Posted on 07/13/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Rich Party/Poor Party
    Posted on 07/06/2006
  • Theater

    On Stage

    The set for this facile play by Vincent Delaney, about the distortions perpetrated by embedded reporters and their military keepers during times of war (Gulf War I, to be precise), is a giant sandbox.
    Posted on 06/29/2006
  • Books

    Ahmad Loves Islam 4-Eva

    Newsflash: John Updike Is Not "With It"
    Posted on 06/29/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Pokin' in the Boy's Room
    Posted on 06/29/2006
  • Music

    Party Crasher

    Devil Take the Drunkmost
    Posted on 06/22/2006

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