Leonard Nimoy’s Full Body Project book is being published. After 23 years, this book is the first volume (except for a Patricia Schwarz’s book, which was published in Japan and never received wide English-speaking country distribution) to treat the same kinds of subjects as Women En Large. The high-end gallery in New York which handles Nimoy’s work is holding a symposium to celebrate the event.
The special exclusive hour with Nimoy for $150 wouldn’t be my cup of tea, but hey, I’m not a TV star (and neither is Laurie). The rest of it sounds fabulous. The line-up of presenters (times and dates to come) is absolutely stellar, and it sounds like those will be free. You can hear Susan Stinson, Leslea Newman, Lady Monster (all of whom I can personally recommend) and more.
An extra added (and well-deserved) bonus will be a tribute to the late Heather McAllister, whose group, the Fat-Bottom Revue, posed for Nimoy.
If you’re in and around central Massachusetts, check this out. I sure would if I was there. (If you go, let me know what it was like?)