First and foremost a passionate fan of rock 'n' roll, New York native Madeline Bocaro has always written independently. Madeline has contributed biographies and documentaries including Stardust: The David Bowie Story (McGraw Hill, 1986), Yoko Ono (MacMillan & Co., 1987), The Wild One – The Story of Iggy Pop (Omnibus, 1988) and Mick Ronson – The Spider with the Platinum Hair (Independent Music Press, London, 2003) and The Nomi Song (Klaus Nomi documentary film) in 2005. Madeline has spent many precious moments with Yoko Ono. In this new ultimate biography, she shares an abundance of details and insights to this extraordinary artist's life, art and music – far beyond what is already known. Madeline’s work has also appeared in Discoveries, Goldmine and in Chicago's Roctober magazine. She was a staff writer for CMJ from 1977 to 1981 and has also assisted other authors with articles in Mojo and Dazed & Confused magazines. Personally appointed by Ron and Russell Mael, Madeline has been writing the Sparks Official International Fan Club Newsletter for more than twenty years.