David Comfort is the author of three bestselling pop titles from Simon & Schuster. His most recent, The Rock And Roll Book Of The Dead, The Fatal Journeys of Rock’s Seven Immortals, was released by Citadel in September, 2009. His short fiction has appeared in leading literary magazines including the Coe Review, Pacific Review, Belletrist Review and, most recently, The Evergreen Review. He has been a finalist for the Faulkner Award, Chicago Tribune Nelson Algren Award, Heekin/Graywolf Fellowship, America's Best contest, and a nominee for the Pushcart Prize.
Down the XXX rabbit hole: A veteran editor’s experience inside the pornography industry - from print, to pictorials, to X-rated movies, to phone sex.
In honor of Jim Morrison’s Dec. 8 birthday, a feature on the troubled childhood of the legendary star.
In tribute to Lennon's 70th birthday on October 9, an exploration of the uncanny significance of the mystical Number 9 in his life
Making a case that Jimi Hendrix was murdered by his manager, Michael Jeffery, a former MI6 intelligence agent.
The arguments for and against the building of the Cordoba mosque at Ground Zero in New York
The immortal love story of the King of Rock and his dear mother, Gladys, in both life and death.
Rush Limbaugh dumps his fourth bride and marries his piano player, Elton John, at the Vatican.
The many similarities between Elvis Presley and his son-in-law, Michael Jackson – the King of Rock and the King of Pop – in the way they lived and the way they died.
The death of Kurt Cobain: suicide or murder? A re-examination of the evidence and of widow Courtney Love.
The prosecution's case against Dr. Conrad Murray in the death Michael Jackson.