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11 gossipy things Andy Warhol said about the writers of the 1970s
11 gossipy things Andy Warhol said about the writers of the 1970s

Artist Andy Warhol was an enigmatic figure, so when his diaries were published after his death they caused a sensation. Sometimes gossipy, other times insightful, and often mundane (he constantly notes the cost of taxi rides), they showed that the man who was at the center of the social and art worlds in New York was keenly observant through it all. A new 25th anniversary edition of "The Andy Warhol Diaries" hit shelves last week. We took a look inside to see what Warhol had to say about the writers who crossed his path. Here are 11 favorite tidbits, featuring a lot of Truman Capote. On seeing writer Truman Capote at La Grenouille, Dec. 14, 1976: "On the other side of...

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