Collects essays from the New Yorker columnist about her passion for television, beginning with Buffy the Vampire Slayer, including comedy sketches that helped elect a reality-television president, and touching on the impact of #MeToo.
A collection of literary essays by the cultural critic, MTV News columnist and author of The Crown Ain't Worth Much uses music and culture as a gauge for better understanding the world, the self and the challenges of today.
An analysis of the iconic American writer's enduring influence on counterculture music traces Burroughs' rise to fame against a backdrop of three decades of music history and includes coverage of his sexual orientation, heroin addiction, banned books and celebrity collaborations.
Presents the life of the rock musician and songwriter, describing his early rise as a musical prodigy, his numerous collaborations, the ups and downs of his solor career, his struggles with drugs and alcohol, and the acclaim he received after his untimely death.
The comedian, actor, and former host of The Late Late Show presents an irreverent memoir in essays that explore subjects ranging from his childhood and family life to his career and his devotion to Glasgow.
The story of Millicent Patrick, a feminist trailblazer in the horror film industry who never received proper credit for creating the classic monster from Creature from the Black Lagoon. 25,000 first printing.
Coinciding with a new director's cut with previously lost scenes and audio, the daughter of Judy Garland describes her mother's greatest role and her resulting Oscar upset while revealing the dark side of her tumultuous life. 10,000 first printing.
A graphic-novel adaptation of Fox's critically acclaimed history of the Apollo Theater celebrates the thousands of entertainers who transcended intolerance to perform there, in ways that shaped African-American and New York City culture.