By EW Staff
Updated December 13, 1991 at 05:00 AM EST

If you were famous in the ’50s or ’60s, particularly if you were a writer, you had to be photographed by Rollie McKenna. Of course McKenna made other sorts of pictures, too — landscapes, seascapes, cityscapes — but writers’ portraits were her trademark, and she gave to her subjects the sort of monumental life that reminds us of the stature writers used to have. A