Swimming Underground: My Years in the Warhol Factory

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Journey Editions, 1995 - Art - 230 pages
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Swimming Underground is Mary Woronov's candid account of her years spent in the Factory with Andy Warhol. It is not the usual rose-colored story of America's legendary icon. This is the startling flip side of that icon, where drugs, perverse sex, and distorted reality were the norm.

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Leaving Cornell University in 1964, Woronov joined the human odds and ends that congregated at Andy Warhol's famed Factory in New York City's SoHo. She soon found herself part of the stage show for ... Read full review

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Any thoughts I had about living an artistic-bohemian lifestyle doing lots of speed are now squelched. Interesting read about people whose drug-induced reality is attractive in its possibilities for ... Read full review



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Woronov is a fiction writer as well as a painter, and a film director.

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