Books by Mary Woronov

BLIND LOVE by Mary Woronov
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 18, 2004

"Outlaw writing for the fearless."
Woronov's dazzling command of metaphor and surrealism makes for her best yet: stories about women staggering under unbearable emotional baggage and seeking love by walking into walls. Read full book review >
NIAGARA by Mary Woronov
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2001

"Caught in a riptide between noir and farce, emerging as too little of either."
It's a long drop from Warhol Factory actress Woronov's stunning debut, Snake (2000), to these watery depths of tangled sexual congress and parental neglect—but some of her former and insouciant handling of reality survives. Read full book review >
SNAKE by Mary Woronov
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2000

"If David Lynch wants a new script, send him this chunk of lost highway."
A first-rate suspense thriller by actress/director Woronov (Swimming Underground: My Years in the Warhol Factory, 1995), who has appeared in over 20 films, including Paul Bartel's surreal Eating Raoul and Warhol's Chelsea Girls. Read full book review >
SWIMMING UNDERGROUND by Mary Woronov
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Nov. 15, 1995

"Dull, distasteful, depressing, and without the saving graces of humor and wry self-knowledge that have made Woronov such a delightful performer for Bartel. (b&w photos, not seen)"
Actress Woronov (Wake for the Angels, 1994, not reviewed), best known today for her work with Paul Bartel and Roger Corman, recalls her early career as a film personality and hanger-on with Andy Warhol. Read full book review >