Who’s Reading “Rogue Island” Now? It’s Filmmaker John Waters.

We caught up with John Waters last night in Manhattan, where he and my wife, the poet Patricia Smith, participated in the National Book Awards’ Five over Thirty-Five program honoring young fiction writers.

Waters, of course, is most famous for the many cult movies he wrote and directed, including Pink Flamingos, Polyester, Cecil B. Demented, and the original Hairspray.  But he has also acted in a large number of movies and TV shows, produced photo-based art books and exhibitions, and written several books including Shock Value, Crackpot, and Role Models.

Rogue Island, winner of both the Edgar and Macavity Awards, is available in trade paperback, Kindle, and downloadable audio editions that can be found here.

About Bruce DeSilva

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