New York Journal of Books: Book Review for GLORIANA: Or, The Unfulfill’d Queen


Last year I was invited to be part of the book review team at the New York Journal of Books. One of the books I read and reviewed, Gloriana: Or, The Unfulfill’d Queen, by Michael Moorcock, quickly became elevated to one of my top five favorite books. The book was first published in England in 1978, and lucky for us, SAGA PRESS released the book here in the U.S. in November, 2016, in a gorgeous hardcover format.

Click on the link below to read my review, and if you’ve read this book I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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About Mandy Jackson-Beverly

Mandy Jackson-Beverly studied flute in Sydney, worked couture fashion in London, and has been a successful costume designer in LA, working with artists such as Madonna and David Bowie. She’s danced the tango with Robert Duvall, sewn buttons on coats with John Galliano, and discussed the art of sobriety with Alice Cooper and Russell Brand.

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