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Ann Rachel Marlowe is an American critic, journalist and writer working in New York City. She was born in Suffern, New York.
Total Books: 23
Marlowe published rock criticism in the early to mid 1990s in the Village Voice, LA Weekly, Artforum, and Spin. Her writing was influenced by the example of Greil Marcus in seeking a broader cultural context and often a political meaning for the bands she reviewed.
Marlowe's first memoir, Heroin from A to Z, was widely reviewed and discussed in many online groups of drug users or recovering addicts.
Marlowe contributes frequently to the op ed pages of the Wall Street Journal and New York Post, mainly writing about Afghanistan and the US counterinsurgency there. Both of the publications are right of center and owned by Rupert Murdoch.
Marlowe is one of 220 contributors of entries to A New Literary History of America (Harvard University Press, 2009), edited by Greil Marcus and Werner Sollors. Her entry explores the cultural significance of Linda Lovelace's 1980 memoir, Ordeal.
Marlowe has also worked as a legal recruiter specializing in placing tax and pension lawyers since 1987, first for A-L Legal Search and since 1990 for herself. As such, she is known to many New York attorneys.