Rufus Publications is set to release “Starring Alice Cooper,” a new book on the shock rock legend featuring over 400 pages of rare photos, pictures of personal items and essays on Alice’s career from writers including former Creem Magazine editor Jaan Uhelszki, Rock et Folk’s Jerome Soligny, Katherine Turman (co-author of “Louder Than Hell”) and an exclusive introduction penned by acclaimed author and longtime Alice fan Neil Gaiman.
“Starring Alice Cooper” will come in two major editions, including a huge, limited, A3 version complete with 3D lenticular and some surprising treasures. Each book will be signed with consecutive numbering, so those who order first will secure the low-numbered copies of the book.
The new book will be available for pre-order here starting at 10 a.m. EST Friday, Nov. 17. Orders are expected to ship in late May 2024.
A truly defining artist in the rock pantheon, Alice Cooper changed the way that rock music sounded and looked–forever–and sold over 50 million albums along the way. His career, both with the original band and as a solo artist, has seen him pushing the boundaries of what is possible, both with the music and live shows.