More MJ | Arts and Humanities, April 1, 2016

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Fans of Michael Jackson and readers interested in the suspect circumstances of the singer’s death will enjoy these two biographies of the troubled performer.

Arts & Humanities Reviews | January 2013


Reviews of Randall Sullivan’s Untouchable, Martha Ronk’s Partially Kept, and Richard Cahan & Michael Williams’s Vivian Maier, plus a full list of arts reviews from the January issue.

Author Q&A: Randall Sullivan’s Untouchable


By Robert Morast Randall Sullivan’s Untouchable is a delayed and dutiful response to a brilliant pop star’s perceived identity. This hefty book gets to the heart of the most perplexing mysterious surrounding Michael Jackson’s most perplexing mysteries: what were the sources of his idiosyncrasies and his addiction to plastic surgery, and was this gifted entertainer […]