Moby Really Wants You to Believe He Dated a Teenager
In a new memoir, the producer and DJ claims he once dated a young Natalie Portman. Portman recalls "an older man being creepy."
The Memoir Prince Worked on in His Final Months Is Coming in October
’The Beautiful Ones’ tells his life story, partly in his own words.
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Trump Apparently Can't Wait to Write a Tell-All Memoir Once He's Out of Office
He's reportedly "excited" to trash all of his enemies in the book.
You Have to Watch 'Beautiful Boy,' but Not for the Reasons You Think
The film may snag Timothée Chalamet an Oscar, but it ignores the stories of addicts who aren't as privileged as Nic Sheff.
The Client Sex Workers Warn Each Other About
In a new memoir, Andrea Werhun opens up about how johns are blacklisted.
What It's Like to Be an Asian Adoptee in a White Family and Town
In her new memoir, Nicole Chung discusses representation and her search for her birth family.
Wayne Kramer Is Still Kicking Out the Jams
The MC5 frontman talks about 'The Hard Stuff,' his new memoir chronicling the turbulent, debaucherous rise of his pioneering Detroit band.
Why It Took Me Five Years to Realise I Was in a Cult
A cult survivor outlines the anatomy of an indoctrination.
Women Are the Most Surprising Part of David Lynch's New Memoir
In 'Room to Dream,' his intense and overlapping relationships with women say the most about him.
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For Patty Schemel, Hole Was About Playing Through the Pain
'Hit So Hard,' the upcoming memoir by Hole’s drummer Patty Schemel, is a brutally honest tale of grunge in the 90s.
Steve Jones Was a Teenage Sex Pistol
From the abuse to the spiraling drug addiction, the rock 'n' roll, masturbation, and thievery—no topic is sacrosanct for the Sex Pistol guitarist.
What It Was Like to Be Joseph Kony's Bodyguard
An excerpt from When the Walking Defeats You, a book about a young man who became one the bodyguard to one of the 21st century's most notorious warlords before making his escape.