The death (possibly) of monogamy and other relationships

IAN SINCLAIR reviews Is Monogamy Dead? by Rosie Wilby (Accent Press, £8.99)
RARELY has the old adage “Never judge a book by its cover” been more apt.
The title Is Monogamy Dead? nowhere near encapsulates the wide-ranging memoir that comedian Rosie Wilby has written that covers the London gay scene, romantic relationships, friendships, career worries, incestuous flat-shares, being a minor Britpop star and the death of a parent. The chick-lit-style bright colours and fun fonts hide the fact that this is a deeply personal and very honest piece of work and it’s sometimes a challenging read for... read more

 
11 December 2017 in Art & Culture, Views: 73
Source: Morning Star
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