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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Review: Swimming Underground: My Years in the Warhol Factory

User Review  - Victoria Harwood - Goodreads

Loved this book. Ok, straight up, I know Mary. We met in the dog park and I immediately realized she was the most interesting, bright and genuine person I had met in LA in fifteen years. Then I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ryan Van Runkle - Goodreads

Excellent insight into the personalities that fueled Andy Warhol's scene. Woronov was there when it happened and she writes candidly about the day-to-day vicissitudes that tend to be erased/ignored ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
MERCURY
12
Chapter
30
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

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

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