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Show Me, Don't Tell Me: Visualizing Communication Strategy

by Dave Holston

A guide to strategic communication for stronger brands!

Powerful brands succeed because of the quality of the long-term relationships they establish with customers and stakeholders. At their foundation, these...


How I Got Into Art School (and out of prison)

by William McLellan

THE TRUE STORY OF HOW ONE MAN OVERCAME HIS DEMONS AND UNLEASHED HIS CREATIVITY -- IN A FASCIST JAIL It's 1972. William is a creative boy in a dead-end job, his dream of becoming an artist fading fast. So when...


Nimble: Thinking Creatively in the Digital Age

by Robin Landa

In graphic design, creative thinking skills are undoubtedly important, but sometimes the importance of critical thinking skills is overlooked.

Nimble will help you discover how to develop a creativity that is...


Wabi Sabi Painting with Cold Wax: Adding Body, Texture and Transparency to Your Art

by Serena Barton

The ancient philosophy of wabi-sabi honors the imperfect, the transitory and the humble. Cold wax is a perfect vehicle for artists wishing to explore this aesthetic. In this guide, you'll learn how to use this...


Brian De Palma's Split-Screen: A Life in Film

by Douglas Keesey

A biographical approach to the films of a controversial and provocative director


My Paris Dream: An Education in Style, Slang, and Seduction in the Great City on the Seine

by Kate Betts

A charming and insightful memoir about coming of age as a fashion journalist in 1980s Paris, by former Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar editor Kate Betts, the author of Everyday Icon: Michelle Obama and the Power...


The First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic

by Jessica Hopper

Jessica Hopper's music criticism has earned her a reputation as a firebrand, a keen observer and fearless critic not just of music but the culture around it. With this volume spanning from her punk fanzine roots...


Dog Years: Faithful Friends, Then & Now

by Amanda Jones

Dog Years is a heartwarming look at the lives and stories of 30 dogs. By presenting portraits of each dog as a puppy and again as an older dog, photographer Amanda Jones reveals the unique spark of personality...


How to Be a Man: (and other illusions)

by Duff McKagan & Chris Kornelis

A guide to one man’s wisdom gained from fatherhood, business school, and some of the greatest rock bands ever


I Lie for Money: Candid, Outrageous Stories from a Magician's Misadventures

by Steve Spill

In this funny, irreverent, unique, eccentric memoir, magician Steve Spill reveals how he managed to survive decades inside a rarely profitable, sometimes maddening, but often deliciously rewarding offbeat showbiz...


The Silver Swan

by Elena Delbanco

A debut novel about a daughter grappling with the legacy of her famous and imposing cellist father, the secrets he has hidden from her, and the fate of his great Stradivarius cello.

Alexander Feldmann is a revered...


Documents of Utopia: The Politics of Experimental Documentary

by Paolo Magagnoli

This timely volume discusses the experimental documentary projects of some of the most significant artists in today’s global art world: Hito Steyerl, Joachim Koester, Tacita Dean, Matthew Buckingham, Zoe Leonard,...


The Subject of Torture: Psychoanalysis and Biopolitics in Television and Film

by Hilary Neroni

Considering representations of torture in such television series as 24, Alias, and Homeland; the documentaries Taxi to the Dark Side (2007), Ghosts of Abu Ghraib (2007), and Standard Operating Procedure (2008);...


Agnes Martin: Her Life and Art

by Nancy Princenthal

The first biography of visionary artist Agnes Martin, one of the most original and influential painters of the postwar period Over the course of a career that spanned fifty years, Agnes Martin’s austere, serene...


King John (Mis)Remembered

by Igor, Dr Djordjevic

King John’s evil reputation has outlasted and proved more enduring than that of Richard III, whose notoriety seemed ensured thanks to Shakespeare’s portrayal of him. The paradox is even greater when we realize...


Magister Jacobus de Ispania, Author of the Speculum musicae

by Margaret, Dr Bent & Simon, Professor Keefe

The Speculum musicae of the early fourteenth century, with nearly half a million words, is by a long way the largest medieval treatise on music, and probably the most learned. Only the final two books are about...


The Meaning of Modern Architecture: Its Inner Necessity and an Empathetic Reading

by Hans Rudolf, Dr Morgenthaler

Using empathy, as established by the Vienna School of Art History, complemented by insights on how the mind processes visual stimuli, as demonstrated by late 19th-century psychologists and art theorists, this...


Small Musical Worlds in the Mediterranean: Ethnicity, Globalization and Greek Cypriot Children's Musical Identities

by Avra, Dr Pieridou Skoutella

Small Musical Worlds in the Mediterranean is a pioneering book-length study of the complex topics of identity, ethnicity and global processes in children’s musical lives in the Republic of Cyprus - a Mediterranean...


Manuscript Inscriptions in Early English Printed Music

by David, Dr Greer

Who were the first owners of the music published in England in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries? Who went to ‘the dwelling house of … T. East, by Paules wharfe’ and bought a copy of Byrd’s...


The Show Must Go On! Popular Song in Britain During the First World War

by John, Dr Mullen, Derek B, Professor Scott & Stan, Professor Hawkins

Using a collection of over one thousand popular songs from the war years, as well as around 150 soldiers’ songs, John Mullen provides a fascinating insight into the world of popular entertainment during the...