You can read my tribute to Doris Day, who died yesterday aged 97, over here.
You can read my review of Tommy Redolfi’s graphic novel, Marilyn’s Monsters, here.
You can read my review of Charles Casillo’s Marilyn Monroe: The Private Life of a Public Icon here.
You can read my review of Michelle Morgan’s new book, The Girl: Marilyn Monroe, The Seven Year Itch and the Birth of an Unlikely Feminist, here.
You can now read my review of Making Sense of Marilyn by Andrew Norman here.
You can read my review of It’s Me, Sugar – the short film about the making of Some Like It Hot, starring Gemma Arterton as Marilyn – here.
Elizabeth Winder’s Marilyn in Manhattan: Her Year of Joy was one of my favourite books of 2017. You can read my review in the latest issue of Art Decades magazine – more details here.
As a fan it’s my utmost pleasure to see Marilyn on the big screen, and I was lucky enough to attend a showing of How to Marry a Millionaire at the Duke of York’s cinema in Brighton last week (read my review here.) Further screenings are ongoing throughout January at Picturehouse cinemas across the UK – and looking further ahead, There’s No Business Like Show Business is scheduled for June.
You can now read my review of Dr Rock Positano’s memoir, Dinner With DiMaggio, here.