the autobiography and sex life, originally edited & self-published by village voice and interview magazine co-founder john wilcock in 1971 became the first critical look at warhol and a primary document of the factory period. pitched against the colorful backdrop of the 1960s, it assembles a prismatic and likely the most revealing portrait of the artist, with each of its interviewees offering a piece of the puzzle that was andy warhol.
out of print for nearly 40 years, it has now been revised & newly published by christopher trella, with a beautifully bright, warholian palette look & feel. great stuff!