Lary Wallace

Lary Wallace is an eccentric-at-large and the features editor of Bangkok Post: The Magazine.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

A Curious George

Lary Wallace reviews "A Carlin Home Companion: Growing Up with George."...


Marvin’s Muse

Jan Gaye, Marvin Gaye's second wife, has finally written her own book, a memoir called After the Dance: My Life with Marvin Gaye....


We Lie About Love

Lary Wallace Interviews Clancy Martin on his new book, "Love and Lies: An Essay on Truthfulness, Deceit, and the Growth and Care of Erotic Love "...


Duane Allman, Skydog, Explained

JIMI HENDRIX lived nearly three years longer — that’s the kind of premature we’re talking about when we talk about ...


Bobsession

We don’t choose our obsessions; our obsessions choose us. Nowhere is this truer than in the obsessive following Bob Dylan has amassed since his rise to fame in the early 1960s....


The Donald Fagen Papers

In his new collection of essays, Fagen pays tribute to the culture that spawned his sensibility and sound....


Here’s Johnny

Henry Bushkin writes about his complicated relationship with the late Johnny Carson, his friend, client, and confidante....


The Richard Pryor Show

OUT IN ONTARIO where he believed the women and money were supposed to be, Richard Pryor was looking at the latest ...


Race for the Prize: On Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland
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