Madonna & Me

Madonna & Me

Women Writers on the Queen of Pop

Book - 2012
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Collects pieces on the popular singer by women writers, covering a wide range of opinions on her life, her creative work, her sexuality, and her social significance.
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Soft Skull Press, c2012
ISBN: 9781593764296
Call Number: 784.5 ZM2665b
Characteristics: xiv, 290 p. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Barcella, Laura
Valenti, Jessica


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Jun 03, 2015

Even if you don't "love" Madonna, this is a fascinating read about how she has impacted our culture on such a huge scale. The essays are written by 39 women who have been touched by Madonna in some way over the years. They are short, well written essays and are laugh out loud funny at times. There are interesting insights from each reader about how she has impacted them. And, not all the essays are "positive" insights about her. That's the thing, Madonna is human and has made her share of mistakes along the way. She is the first to admit she isn't the greatest singer, dancer, etc. But she is great as a businesswoman. She has been around for 30 years now. And, she is doing her best to be who she is and that is what I can get behind. Well worth the read.


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