" Forget Them Not" is a celebration of people who have left this world for the next. Along with photographs of artists, actors, family members, writers, dancers, celebrities, artisans, teachers and Smitty The Dog, there are short stories or bios about each person and when possible a sample of each person's art/writing or medium. This book of photographs captures each person in black & white and reminds us of our common connection, that each of us will leave this world when our time has come.
The purpose of this book is to not only celebrate those who've gone before but to remember to Forget Them Not.
Bobby Miller is a performance poet, actor and photographer. He is the author of three books of poetry; "Benestrific Blonde", "Mouth Of Jane" and "Rigmarole" and " Troubleblonde" Poems/short stories/monologues and letters. He has been published in "Aloud: Voices From The Nuyorican Poets Cafe" ," Verses That Hurt; Pleasure And Pain From The Poemfone Poets" St.Martin’s Press , and “ The Outlaw Bible Of American Poetry” His photography books include "Fabulous! A Photographic Diary Of Studio 54" REDUX, , " A Downtown State of Mind", " Wigstock in black & white" , " PORTRAITS 1973 - 2009 " in three Volumes, " Queer Nation" with figures by he and Basil Twist, " Jackie 60 Nights" , " Forget Them Not: A Celebration Of Those Who've Gone Before" and "Divas, Dudes & Dandie. His first contemporary photographic influences were Christopher Makos, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jimmy De Sana and George Hurrell. He studied photography with Lisette Model in 1976 in NYC at The New School of Social Research..
Ptown Peeps Publicado 27 de septiembre de 2013
Divas, Dudes & Dandies Publicado 26 de mayo de 2013
Fabulous! A Photographic Diary of Studio 54 Redux Bobby Miller Introduction by Victor Bockris Publicado 25 de noviembre de 2012
Fairytale Folk Publicado 14 de agosto de 2012
Ptown Peeps Publicado 07 de septiembre de 2011
Fetish Publicado 30 de junio de 2011
Ptown Peeps Publicado 07 de julio de 2010
" Ptown Peeps" Publicado 06 de junio de 2010
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