Thomas Gladysz is an arts journalist and author. He writes about film, books, authors, the visual arts, and popular culture, and is a contributor to various print and online publications (including the Huffington Post and San Francisco Chronicle). His interview with the poet Allen Ginsberg appeared in BEAT MEMORIES (National Gallery of Art). Gladysz has contributed to festival programs and gallery catalogs, and has been published in various newspapers and magazines, including Publisher's Weekly, Classic Images, PhotoMetro, and the San Francisco Review of Books.
Gladysz is the founding director of the Louise Brooks Society (www.pandorasbox.com), an online archive and international fan club begun in 1995. He has contributed to books, organized exhibits, appeared on television and radio, and introduced Brooks' films around the world. He edited and wrote the introduction to the "Louise Brooks edition" of Margarete Bohme's THE DIARY OF A LOST GIRL (PandorasBox Press), and is at work on another book about the actress.
Born in Detroit, Michigan Gladysz now lives in San Francisco, California. More at www.thomasgladysz.com