You can read my review of Arthur Miller – Writer, the intimate 2017 documentary made by his daughter Rebecca Miller, here.
My review of Amanda Konkle’s excellent book, Some Kind of Mirror: Creating Marilyn Monroe, is featured in the latest issue (#38) of UK fanzine Mad About Marilyn, alongside articles about Marilyn’s arduous promotional tour for the final Marx Brothers movie, Love Happy (1949); ‘A New Marilyn Comes Back’, first published by Movie Spotlight in 1956; and a profile of photographer Bruno Bernard, aka ‘Bernard of Hollywood’.
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You can read my review of Biographic: Marilyn, a new illustrated look at her life in facts and figures, over here.
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.