Anyone else check this out yet? I stumbled over it myself while trying to find her BFI book on "The Birds", and I'm kind of shocked at how little coverage it's gotten in the media so far. Very few reviews of the book have been written so far, and even less attention has been given to it by the geek blogosphere that you'd think would be all over the fact that a major cultural critic is calling George Lucas "the greatest living artist of our time". What's the deal? Is a book like this just too obscure for people? I've read most of it besides the obvious chapter myself. I'm glad at least to see somebody taking Tamara de Limpicka seriously and take a better look at Andy Warhol as a Catholic artist, among other things. It doesn't really have her usual stream-of-consciousness side-- too bad we're not getting this embrace of Lucas in "Sexual Personae, Volume 2", but it's better than nothing.