Tennessee and Elvis in Arty Magazine

Last names not necessary in both cases.

I am psyched to have a piece in the Spring/Summer issue of the long-running Arty zine, run by Cathy Lomax. This issue is devoted to all things Tennessee Williams. I wrote about Elvis. Because naturally. There is a connection, which I wrote about here about a decade ago, but in lieu of Baz Luhrmann actually referencing this deep-DEEP-cut connection in the film, I thought it would be fun to re-visit. UK people can purchase online, and there’s a way to contact them for issues (or a subscription, which is worth it) on that main page there. You can also read Cathy’s intro – Seductive, Thrilling & Morally Deplorable… Why We Love Tennessee Williams – at the first link above. When I pitched my idea to them, I had no idea Cathy’s love of Elvis. So it was a good fit!
 
 
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