Michael Roberts just gets better and better. Photographer and style director for Vanity Fair, Roberts has been creating visual poetry for decades. This month, his new book, Shot in Sicily is being published by Steidl Books. Photographed over twenty years, SIS features an array of homoerotic images with distinct reference to master boy photographer, Baron Wilhelm von Gloeden. Or as the press release states: His camera captures the beauty of youth, crumbling temples, traditional Easter parades, and the theater of daily life to recreate the allure of Sicily, even for those who have not yet been there. It is testimony to the power of black and white photography, with an evocation of Avedon, in those astonishing Paris years.