Twee: The Gentle Revolution in Music, Books, Television, Fashion, and Film
June 3, 2014 // Paperback, eBook
A cultural identification and history of a hugely prevalent, old-fashioned and yet highly modern “twee” movement—from its roots in the independent film and music culture, through its omnipresence in youth culture today.
Poseur: A Memoir of Downtown New York City in the ’90s
February 12, 2013 // Paperback, eBook
The sexy, druggy, hilarious tale of a wannabe artist who ventures to Manhattan looking for an identity and discovering that he is perhaps too good at faking it until he makes it.
Jagger: Rebel, Rock Star, Rambler, Rogue
September 8, 2011 // Hardcover, Paperback, eBook
Mick is not as cool as Keith Richards. Is this accepted notion earned or unfair? Look a little closer and discover Jagger is not who we think he is.
Bowie: A Biography
October 27, 2009 // Hardcover, Paperback, eBook
This uniquely structured biography: part cultural history, part fan memoir and part serious critical study is as complex and unpredictable as Bowie himself.
Nobody Likes You: Inside the Turbulent Life, Times, and Music of Green Day
November 13, 2007 // Hardcover, Paperback, eBook
The definitive story of the superstars that took punk’s furious sound to the masses in the mid 90s and later reinvented themselves as political firebrands.
Too Much, Too Late: A Novel
February 28, 2006 // Paperback, eBook
The reunited members of middle-aged Jane Ashers find belated fame thanks to YouTube but is it too much success, too late?
How Soon Is Never?
September 23, 2003 // Paperback, eBook
Joe Green is a burnt out rock writer whose lost his innocence. But what if he can find a way to reunite The Smiths; whose break up in 1987 is where Joe has come to decide everything went wrong?
We Got the Neutron Bomb: The Untold Story of L.A. Punk
November 13, 2001 // Paperback, eBook
The heroes and villains of the 70s and 80s Hollywood punk scene tell their sad, violent, funny story in their own voices.