Charles Casillo is the author of the novels "The Fame Game," and "The Marilyn Diaries," the biography, "Outlaw: The Lives and Careers of John Rechy" (the authorized life history of the legendary writer and hustler), and a collection of stories "Boys, Lost & Found." His latest book is a serious and comprehensive biography of Monroe: "Marilyn Monroe: The Private Life of a Public Icon." The author says, "It will introduce you to the Marilyn Monroe you always wanted to know." Casillo's profiles, short stories, articles, and reviews have appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, New York Magazine, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Washington Post, Vice, Interview, and many others. He has appeared in Monroe documentaries "Behind the Headlines: Marilyn and Her Men," on Lifetime, and "Whatever Happened to Norma Jeane," His movies include "Let Me Die Quietly," a neo-noir thriller and the dark comedy "Fetish"(with Joan Collins.) Casillo was born in New York City. He has spent many years exploring and documenting his interests and obsessions, such as exceptionally talented people, strange encounters in various bars, Marilyn Monroe, eccentrics, sex, tragic figures, and antidotes to insomnia, insecurity, and loneliness. He has written about these and other subjects in his works. He divides his time between New York, Los Angeles, Palm Springs and other places where he hangs his hat.Read more Read less
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