Funny and sad you mention Elvis in this context when we just learned that
Lux Interior of The Cramps just died yesterday...(
http://www.thedailyswarm.com/headlines/cramps-lux-interior-rip/ )...and they
were beyond Elvis¹...
...Now I wonder about crime stories and the Rockabilly and Psychobilly scene...?...I know of a few French novels with mentions and references but not US ones...?
On 2/4/09 9:00 PM, "Mark Sullivan" <DJ-Anonyme@webtv.net> wrote:
> Mario asked:
> "Can Elvisiana be considered a fiction subgenre?"
> A lot of books involving Elvis: Art Bourgeau wrote a book set at an Elvis
> impersonators convention; he appears in Neil Gamin and Terry Pratchett's Good
> Omens; Gary Panter's Invasion fo the Elvis Zombies graphic novel; there was an
> Elvis-like character named Kid Creole in a DC comic book a long time ago
> (blanking on the name); Elvis: The Novel (which I couldn't finish, didn't get
> far at all). There are others, but I can't think of them right now. I once
> wrote an article about this, think I've still got a copy buried somewhere.
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