Otherworld Cottage Industries Announces Harvey Kubernik's new book, "The Doors: Summer's Gone," scheduled for publication in February, 2018
December 08, 2017 (PRLEAP.COM) Media NewsToday, December 8th, in honor of Jim Morrison's birthday, Otherworld Cottage Industries is proud to announce our upcoming book titled, "The Doors: Summer's Gone" by 45-year veteran music journalist and author Harvey Kubernik. This multi-voice history is the product of five decades, during which Kubernik interviewed the surviving members of the band as well as the dozens of insiders and witnesses whose experiences and insights inform his narrative expedition.
Publication of this second of Otherworld's three-part series of Kubernik's pop-culture explorations (the first was "It was Fifty Years Ago THE BEATLES Invade America and Hollywood"), is scheduled for February 12, 2018, honoring the birthday of Doors co-founder, Ray Manzarek.
Otherworld Cottage also had a hand in Kubernik's 2006-2016 literary music anthology "Inside Cave Hollywood: The Harvey Kubernik Music InnerViews and InterViews Collection, Vol. 1," being published the last week of December 2017 by Cave Hollywood. Harvey's works, displayed weekly on cavehollywood.com, have already included two articles on Otherworld Cottage Industries founder Travis Edward Pike. Linda Snyder, our extremely talented graphics designer, created its intriguing cover, and our Otherworld Cottage staff is largely responsible for the book's interior layout.
"The Doors: Summer's End" will bring to 14, the number of Kubernik's published music-related pop-culture books.
Incidentally, the December issue of "Ugly Things" magazine, #46, spotlighting Kubernik's 4,500 word feature article, "A Stand Against the Electric Swarm, Dylan's 'John Wesley Harding' 50 Years On," also displays a Kubernik-penned article in its DVD Reviews section about the Otherworld Cottage release of "Grumpuss 20th Anniversary Platinum Edition," starring our prolific enchanter, sixties' rocker, Travis Pike.
Kubernik has the cover story in the December, 2017 issue of "Record Collector News" magazine, exploring Bob Dylan and his "gospel years" multi-disc box set, "Trouble No More - The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981."
To stay abreast of Harvey's on-going activities, broadcast bookings here and abroad, up-coming publications, or to review works like his critically acclaimed 2017 Sterling/Barnes and Noble published "1967: A Complete Rock Music History of the Summer of Love," be sure to visit the Kubernik's Korner webpage, hosted and regularly updated by the minions of Otherworld.