Tag Archives: Books
A few words from essayist Cliff Thompson.
This guy wants you to read his new book. So do I, actually.
If you’re a fan of soul music, we’ve got reviews of two books you must add to your must-read list.
Koomdogg runs down his favorite albums and other cool stuff from 2012.
I hope you’re proud of yourself, E.L. James.
A new coffee-table book takes a look at the life and career of the incomparable Miles Davis. Does the book match up with the legend?
Matt ‘n’ Jeff talk to author and Popdose writer Scott Malchus about his new book, Basement Songs.
There are a lot of great music autobiographies out there, but there are great ones still to be written. Chris Holmes counts down the Top 5.
Star Trek: The Complete Unauthorized History compiles all the television series and film series into an easy to digest bible of the past 45 years of Star Trek.
The book “Hollywood Myths” attempts to get the story behind the story regarding some of the most scandalous situations in film history…like whether Rock Hudson was bumpin’ uglies with…Jim Nabors? Gooollllly!
I should take offense to the title of this book. I am-somewhat unashamedly-a New Kids on the Block fan. I am also a guy. A black guy, to boot. Of course, my deficit in the heterosexuality department might explain some of my NKOTB fandom, but I̵…
Our strangest interview yet
Author Joe Vogel’s new book, “Featuring Michael Jackson,” continues to make the case for the King of Pop to be judged on his considerable musical merits.
Referencing the ’90s Britpop scene, you might want to check out “The Alternative Hero,” the book by Tim Thornton.
Why settle for chick lit
There was more to the comic than meets the eyes.
Author Matthew Chojnacki has a tremendous new book devoted to the great cover art found on 7″ & 12″ vinyl singles in the ’80s. Here are his desert island picks.
Murder is the author’s racket. And he’s in it with Mickey Spillane.
Engineer and producer Phill Brown reflects on more than four decades in the music business with “Are We Still Rolling?” Chris Holmes weighs in with his review.
Popdose and Kirkus Reviews team up for the latest travelog from Rush drummer Neil Peart.
Popdose at Kirkus Reviews: James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales, “Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN”
Popdose and Kirkus delve into that lovely, genteel bedtime tome, Go The Fuck To Sleep.
As MTV marks its 30th anniversary, Matt Wardlaw spoke about the golden years of the channel with author Greg Prato, who has a new book on the subject.
Still time to stuff stockings with an assortment of new tomes on movies, theatre, and TV, bookended by a poster collection that drips blood and a rundown of renowned Broadway hits–and flops.