From this week's New Yorker.
Because too many products on the market are overly gooey and sticky.
Celebrating the musician's signature androgyny from the seventies to the present.
And Robert Pattinson to play Robert Mapplethorpe.
The vicious circle turns and burns.
Patti Smith's a Katniss fan, as it turns out.
Includes ballads for Johnny Depp, Amy Winehouse, survivors of Japan's earthquake.
Is she selling out the place's legacy?
"This has been my year of not caring. I feel like I've spent the past few years thinking too much about existential questions; Why are we here? What's the meaning of life?"
She's working on 'Just Kids' with John Logan.
Her follow up to 'Just Kids' is a London-based detective story.
We expected Jim Carroll, but 'Law & Order: SVU'?
A novel about horse racing in West Virginia wins the prize for fiction.
It includes the final letter she wrote to Robert Mapplethorpe before he died.
'Freedom' wasn't nominated for the prize.