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 "I love you, Marilyn Monroe. I love you. I want to be you."

Anna vividly remembers the moment Marilyn Monroe sang “Happy Birthday” to President John F. Kennedy in Madison Square Garden. Hundreds of miles away in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the thirty-two-year-old is struck by the iconic blonde’s beauty. Anna, who has just buried her mother, and has suffered through her father's death three months before, is confronting the fact that she is all alone in the world. Marilyn is never alone.

In this novel of the changing culture of the 1960s, J. G. Rothberg chronicles one woman’s journey through the world of pop art, celebrity, and political icons.

Anna hopes to reconnect with AndyWarhol, her childhood playmaye. She may remember Andy as just an old classmate, but he’s become a legend in the art world. As Anna tries to get closer to her famous friend, she’s pursued by both his aide, Nick Boxer, and art critic, Ethan Saks. (Read more...)

jgr About Me:  J. G. Rothberg is the founder, editor, and publisher of the famed rock and roll periodical Circus Magazine. At the same time, Rothberg also edited and published MGF (Men’s Guide to Fashion) and Sports Mirror magazines. Rothberg is the author of The Esau Swindle, Love Song for Montana Greene, and now Memoirs of a Woman with Two Lovers.

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