Monthly Archives: March 2017

Philip Boileau & Magazine Beauties

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
“Christine worked almost exclusively from photographs and figures she cut from magazines like Vanity Fair and Vogue and Glamour,” Garth recalls. “That’s why the women in her middle period were so exquisite – the inspiration…

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I Could Have Been The Rouge Baron

Here is Bijan. He was under some kind of agreement with Red Baron publishing to do Rosamond knock-offs, the same way Stacey Pierrot hired a ghost writer to replace Christine Rosamond’s autobiography, and my own. Stacey and Bijan want to … Continue reading

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Vice Fashion Fitz

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
I have contended that Thomas Pynchon is playing into my strong suit. This article in Elle, proves my point. I was a beat-hippie who became a writer, and Thomas is a writer who became a…

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Living Hell In La La Land

When I saw the image of the La La Lovers climbing up that hill, I was reminded of our third date, when she took me to meet Jazz Great, Les McCann. Marilyn and I were fifteen and sixteen. I was forced to … Continue reading

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Marilyn Reed is Copyrighted

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
When Kathy Vrzak sent me her threatening Cease and Desist message on facebook, we were collaborating on several projects. I thought I was an ally of ISGC, and I had banded together with old friends…

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Star Child and Party Daddy

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In the photo above you will notice I am wearing a cast on my hand. It is there because I hit the wall in Kathy’s apartment where Marilyn was living in 1963. Marilyn told me…

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Rosemary and Lillian Were Not Looters

Above is the house Christine Rosamond lived in when she drowned. A dentist owned it for awhile, and when he put it up for sale, he hung Rosamond’s artwork on the wall. He had a collection of her work. After the funeral, … Continue reading

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