Informative and a little weird. You know you want to join.
Links to definitions of McCarthy's gnarliest words. It might even help you with the SAT.
McCarthy talks about his novel and the movie.
We guess this is more along the lines of a profile, but you still get plenty of quotes from the man himself.
This a shorter interview compared to the two above. Plenty of info about McCarthy's home away from home, The Santa Fe Institute.
Author Michael Chabon reviews The Road and talks about sci-fi and horror.
Novelist and journalist Jennifer Egan talks about masculinity in The Road.
The always perceptive James Wood reviews The Road.
Chris Barsanti explains The Road's very simple formula: Apocalypse + Samuel Beckett = The Road.
Ever wonder where those brook trout came from? Some critics think they're from this Ernest Hemingway short story.
This is only a small portion of a larger interview, which seems to have disappeared from the Worldwide Web.
Here's the trailer for the 2009 film.
Yahoo! Movies has seven clips from the 2009 film.
Writer Alan Cheuse reviews The Road.
The poet Meghan O'Rourke hosts a (long) discussion of the novel.
McCarthy cultivates "the mysterious look" on his book jackets for 30 years. Wow.
The pairing McCarthy fans thought they'd never see.