Performer, actress, and musician Grace Jones has been making a name for herself since she left Jamaica as a twelve-year-old in the 1960s. First finding fame as a fashion model in the early 1970s, then as a sensational disco queen during the Studio 54 years, she is as much surrealist as showgirl, as much performance artist as party animal. She has been Bond villain and Warhol confidante, post-modern icon and avant-garde pop star. I’ll Never Write My Memoirs is her first book.
Writer, broadcaster, and cultural critic Paul Morley has written about music, art, and entertainment since the 1970s. He was a founding member of the electronic collective Art of Noise and first worked with Grace Jones as part of the team that produced “Slave to the Rhythm.”
Books:I'll Never Write My Memoirs, October 2015