The reissue of autobiography Elsa Lanchester, Herself, brings forth an engaging woman who helped to queer Hollywood well beyond her role in The Bride of Frankenstein.
The legendary director behind Twin Peaks, Eraserhead, and Mulholland Drive joins co-author Kristine McKenna for a unique blend of autobiography and biography that does little to solve the mysteries of his life and work.
As the patriarch of a dynasty which makes The Osbournes seem as staid as The Waltons, Wainwright III muses on life, death, and public swimming pools.
This 19th century autobiography showcases the Romantic style for which Chateaubriand became known: vivid descriptions of nature and rustic life mixed with literary allusions and high rhetoric, all in the service of communicating intense, individual feeling.
Springsteen's autobiography, Born to Run, is on a mission to deliver us into the paradox of holy terror.
Chief among Bruce’s peeves is hypocrisy of any stripe, and chief among his virtues is his constant willingness to cop to his own sordid contradictions.
This week we take a look to see if Nina Freeman's Cibele can teach us something about romance in digital spaces.
If Sjöberg's stylistic tics are an impediment to real investigation, they at least provide an aesthetic pleasure all their own.
Italo Calvino offers a rarely personal, and deeply insightful, glimpse of the adolescent experience of war with his autobiography, Into the War.