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Go Irish: The Purgatory Diaries of Jason Miller By Rodger Jacobs
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“Go Irish: The Purgatory Diaries of Jason Miller” is an intense one-man show that examines the soul in afterlife of the late Pulitzer Prize winning playwright (“That Championship... More > Season”) and film and television actor (“The Exorcist”, “F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood”) Jason Miller. Stuck in purgatory until he can answer – in a battered, loose leaf notebook, no less – for the mess that his life became before he died of a massive heart attack in 2001, Miller walks us through the shattered detritus of his career and alcoholic existence, a deeply troubled man who turned his back on Hollywood and returned home to Scranton, PA, to become the town drunk.< Less
Christopher Walken and the Tuna Fish Sandwich and Other L.A. Stories By Rodger Jacobs
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"I love this book. What a lovely eye (Jacobs) has for the common people." Lucianne Goldberg, Author of "Madame Cleo's Girls" "Situated at the crossroads between madness... More > and infamy, Rodger Jacobs' L.A. Stories is an absorbing collection of narrative vignettes set admidst the klieg lights of Hollywood celebrity. Jacobs' unconventional approach and flair for colorful dialogue offer a refreshing departure from the often formulaic genre of L.A. fiction." Cletus Nelson, co-author (with Michael Simmons) of "The Future Is Now: An Illustrated History of the MC5." NEW EXPANDED FREE PREVIEW! From the land where the setting sun bleeds into a million swimming pools arrives a wry and humorous collection of stories that novelist Michael Scott Moore calls "noir snapshots of life in L.A."< Less
Christopher Walken and the Tuna Fish Sandwich and Other L.A. Stories By Rodger Jacobs
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"I love this book. What a lovely eye (Jacobs) has for the common people." Lucianne Goldberg, Author of "Madame Cleo's Girls" "Situated at the crossroads between madness... More > and infamy, Rodger Jacobs' L.A. Stories is an absorbing collection of narrative vignettes set admidst the klieg lights of Hollywood celebrity. Jacobs' unconventional approach and flair for colorful dialogue offer a refreshing departure from the often formulaic genre of L.A. fiction." Cletus Nelson, co-author (with Michael Simmons) of "The Future Is Now: An Illustrated History of the MC5." NEW EXPANDED FREE PREVIEW! From the land where the setting sun bleeds into a million swimming pools arrives a wry and humorous collection of stories that novelist Michael Scott Moore calls "noir snapshots of life in L.A."< Less
Long Time Money and Lots of Cocaine By Rodger Jacobs
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From AVN Online Review: The latest exhumation of how John Holmes’ runaway blow habit led to the grisly “Four-on-the-Floor” murders on Hollywood’s Wonderland Avenue. The... More > bulk of this tome is the real deal — the complete transcript of the February 1982 preliminary hearing for Holmes in the multiple murder case... and it’s a grim yet fascinating read ... Reading the testimony of this parade of parasites is like watching a series of car accidents in slow motion. You know it’s all going to end in crimson carnage, but you can’t avert your eyes. This is a tale of both hubris and sheer stupidity, fueled by equal amounts of greed and narcotics, and peopled by scumbags, misfits, addicts, and caricatures of evil incarnate. Rodger Jacobs wraps it all up with a biting look at the making of the documentary "Wadd", which is a descent into the inferno unto itself.< Less
Long Time Money and Lots of Cocaine By Rodger Jacobs
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From AVN Online Review: The latest exhumation of how John Holmes’ runaway blow habit led to the grisly “Four-on-the-Floor” murders on Hollywood’s Wonderland Avenue. The... More > bulk of this tome is the real deal — the complete transcript of the February 1982 preliminary hearing for Holmes in the multiple murder case... and it’s a grim yet fascinating read ... Reading the testimony of this parade of parasites is like watching a series of car accidents in slow motion. You know it’s all going to end in crimson carnage, but you can’t avert your eyes. This is a tale of both hubris and sheer stupidity, fueled by equal amounts of greed and narcotics, and peopled by scumbags, misfits, addicts, and caricatures of evil incarnate. Rodger Jacobs wraps it all up with a biting look at the making of the documentary "Wadd", which is a descent into the inferno unto itself.< Less