(From Lunch Weekly, 7/26.)

Emmy-nominated actress Sally Kellerman's TINY TOWN, the story of a Hollywood that is no more, drawing on personal friendships with countless entertainment luminaries – Jack Nicholson and Jennifer Jones – but also leading thinkers of their time – Dr. Milton Wexler and Henry Kissinger – pitched as part THE KID STAYS IN THE PICTURE by Robert Evans, part LIFE by Keith Richards; the story of a time when black and white turned to color, safe hilltop homes turned to slaughter houses, and fun highs turned into lifestyles of addiction; the archetypal story of what it meant to be an actress in the Twentieth Century, to Weinstein Books, at auction, by Yfat Reiss Gendell at Foundry Literary + Media.
Foreign: sabou@foundrymedia.com

Actor Frank Langella's memoir DROPPED NAMES, including his personal encounters with Elizabeth Taylor, Laurence Olivier, William Styron, Marilyn Monroe, Arthur Miller, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and others, to Jonathan Burnham at Harper, for publication in 2012.

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