“Leave it to Lippman to set his controls straight for the heart of the star-making machinery in Hollyweird and write a novel in which the hapless protagonist, the world’s number-one Sharon Tate fan, comes face to face with his obsession.”
– LARRY “RATSO” SLOMAN
Praise for the Novel
About Gary Lippman
Born and raised in New Jersey, Gary Lippman received a law degree from Northwestern University and has worked with New York’s Innocence Project.
Lippman’s play Paradox Lust ran off-off-Broadway for a month in 2001 and his writing has been published in The New York Times, The Paris Review, VICE, Fodors, Upstate Diary, Open City, Sex And Design, and 8 By 8, while his visual art can be seen at apocalippy.com.
Having lived in Illinois, Florida, California, and France, Lippman can now be found in what used to be called “Fun City” with his Hungarian wife Vera and his whenever-he’s-inclined-to-visit adult son Gabriel.