George Jean Nathan (February 14, 1882 – April 8, 1958) was an American drama critic and magazine editor. He worked closely with H. L. Mencken, bringing the literary magazine The Smart Set to prominence as an editor, and co-founding and editing The American Mercury and The American Spectator.
I drink to make other people interesting.
Great art is as irrational as great music. It is mad with its own loveliness.
Love demands infinitely less than friendship.
Patriotism is often an arbitrary veneration of real estate above principles.
Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind.
The best way to pay for a lovely moment is to enjoy it.