Me is a fitting written companion to Elton John's seemingly never-ending series of shows celebrating his life and music.
Come for the Helter Skelter rebuttal, stay for the broader commentary on access to what should be public information.
Reminds current audiences of the fascination generated by such careful design and such a command of the manner in which pigment and hue imbued within wood reveal delicate…
The essays provide a carefully rendered profile of a particular life, the many facets of which give the reader cause for reflection.
Frankissstein is a retelling of Mary Shelley’s gothic classic with a big red kiss of a love story thrown in the middle.