Mark Mordue is a writer, journalist, and editor. His work has been published in Interview, Madison, Speak, The Nation, and Salon in the United States, as well as Rolling Stone, Vogue, GQ, The Australian, and Sydney Morning Herald in Australia. Mr. Mordue is the winner of a 1992 Human Rights Media Award, the 2010 Pascall Prize for Critical Writing, and from 1992 to 1997 he was the founding editor of Australia’s leading pop culture magazine, Australian Style.
A lovely, impressionistic book … idiosyncratic, entertaining, vulnerable and unpretentious.
Award-winning Australian journalist Mark Mordue invites you on his world trip that ranges from a Rolling Stones concert in Istanbul to talking with mullahs and junkies in Tehran, and from a cricket match in Calcutta to an S&M bar in New York, in addition to many points in between. Mordue chronicles...Forward
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We don’t often go on journeys with musicians any more. Not over the length of an album. From iTunes to Spotify, we live in an ocean of musical particles, and are becoming particles ourselves:...Forward
Lou Reed: Another Brick in the Wall, An interview with Lou Reed about Berlin, by Mark Mordue
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Talking to Lou Reed is like trying to communicate with a doorstop. The kind of...Forward
Mark says, “Print is tired, not just in its physical conditions and forms, but in the types of pieces it publishes and the same old faces it perpetuates. That said, save me from print journals that...Forward
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