28 posts categorized "STARF*CKER"
Jeremy Kinser at Queerty graciously interviewed me regarding Encyclopedia Madonnica 20 and Starf*cker, and he seems to have generously transcribed every word. It can be a pain in the ass to interview (and transcribe the ramblings of) non-famous folks who won't necessarily bring your site oodles of hits, so his contribution to my books' publicity is most appreciated.
Porn star Dimitri Kane: It was suicide.
Erykah Badu vs. Iggy Azalea: It was murder.
White House's World AIDS Day proclamation.
Amy Schumer goes nude.
19 yo Jerry Cabrera goes nude in a tub. (Work Unfriendly)
Adele's smokin'-hot bodyguard. (Bodyguard?)
High-profile competitive divers are gay. Together.
State of Alabama loses big-time to Planned Parenthood.
Are you thankful for Mariah Carey?
One month left for Wicked Gay Blog.
In NYC? Don't miss this holiday show!
Joe Jonas's “confirmed-bachelor pad.”
Chris Christie has worn NH down.
Unbelievably hot male back.
Feel free to leave a review at Amazon, too!
Jared Fogle's very messy divorce.
Gods of Egypt: I had the same reaction, organically, watching the trailer.
Porn stud James Deen accused of sexual assault by multiple women.
Betsy Drake in 1948 (Credit: Rod Tolmie via This American House)
Also, for anyone in NYC who wants EM20 and doesn't want to wait around for Amazon, you can pick up the book at Bookmarc in NYC (400 Bleecker St.). Three friends sent me photos of the book on display there.
Keith Caulfield—who appears in Encyclopedia Madonnica 20—graciously interviewed me on the topic of the book's release. He says, helpfully:
Stumped on what to get the Madonna fan in your life for the holidays? How about the 581-page, 4-pound Madonna bible Encyclopedia Madonnica? The massive tome was written by Madonna expert Matthew Rettenmund and covers everything in Madonna’s world from A (the first entry is Abdul, Paula) through Z (zits -- yes, really).
Get your copy today through me, at Amazon (it's not really out of stock; you can still order and it comes quickly), at BN.com, at Marc Jacobs' Bookmarc (400 Bleecker St., NYC, NY) or anywhere else you usually buy books.
Read Keith's profile of me and my book at Billboard here. I'm over the moon about this one.