HOLLYWOOD, Calif. /Publishers Newswire/ — Available for the first time in an exclusive ebook version from Cultmachine, “The Adventures of Ford Fairlane” (ISBN: 978-0984032761) by journalist and screenwriter Rex Weiner features two gritty tales of private eye Ford Fairlane, the music industry’s “rock n roll detective.” Fairlane solves cases involving the punk rock and new wave scenes in New York City and Los Angeles in the late-1970s.

The Adventures of Ford FairlaneThe publication marks the 23rd anniversary of “The Adventures of Ford Fairlane,” the controversial 1990 motion picture released by 20th Century Fox, directed by Renny Harlin, and starring Andrew Dice Clay.

“The Adventures of Ford Fairlane has become a cult classic with a dedicated fan-base around the world,” said Rex Weiner. “I’m pleased that Cultmachine, in response to many requests, is offering these stories in which I created the character played on the big screen by Andrew Dice Clay.”

Indie e-Book publisher Cultmachine is offering Ford Fairlane fans for the first time the original stories on which the movie was based. The stories are offered at in a single e-Book edition for $4.99 via Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing.

About the Author:
Creator of the original Ford Fairlane stories, Rex Weiner was one of the first writers hired for the Miami Vice television series – his episode #9 “Glades” is one of the classic moments in TV. Formerly the editor of Swank Magazine, and a co-founding editor of High Times, his feature articles often appear in the Italian editions of Rolling Stone and GQ. In addition to writing for the Italians he is also currently West Coast Correspondent for the Jewish Daily Forward, and he’s known to do anything to get a story…. Learn more at: .

About Cultmachine:
Cultmachine ( ) is the brainchild of filmmakers and writers Andreas Kossak and John Huff. It is an independent e-publishing label where writers help each other succeed and retain full control of their work. With a focus on cult audiences, this label presents e-Books of movie-related fiction and non-fiction, screenplays, and all those exciting works which go beyond the strict confines of commercial publishers.