Just damn. Mentioned in the New York Times.
OTOH, it has been good for 13 visits thus far. So as far as traffic goes, that link is no Michelle Malkin or Steve Sailer.
UPDATE: A couple days ago this list was discussed on the Charlie Rose Show. Critic Thomas Mallon made the point that younger novelists seem less interested in non-fiction compared to previous generations of writers. He felt that this hurt their novels. In his view writers like Mailer or Mary McCarthy became better novelists by trying their hand at journalism and criticism.
Not to beat a dead horse, but let's note that Wolfe was a journalist and critic before he turned to the novel.