Elliott Murphy Books, Paperback, 9780615669090, 246pp.
Publication Date: July 12, 2012
About the Author
Living in Paris for over 20 years as an expatriate New Yorker, veteran rocker and author Elliott Murphy continues to have a very active career in music and literature. He has released over 30 albums, performs 100 shows a year and is a prolific author of fiction. Nearly four decades have passed since the release of Elliott's ground-breaking first album AQUASHOW (1973) (recently called an "Album Classic" by the prestigious UK magazine UNCUT). Born to a show business family in New York, Elliott began his career by a troubadour like odyssey in Europe including a bit part in Federico Fellini's film "Roma." Murphy is also a published author of numerous collections of short stories, the most recently being CAFE NOTES and two novels COLD AND ELECTRIC and the neo-western POETIC JUSTICE. His fiction has appeared in Rolling Stone (U.S.) and other publications."