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Team Cul de Sac: Cartoonists Draw the Line at Parkinson's

by Chris Sparks

When Richard Thompson, creator of the cartoon strip Cul de Sac, learned that he had Parkinson’s disease, the entire cartoon community was moved. From other cartoonists to fans, the urge to “do something”...


Strange Fascination

by David Buckley

David Buckley's unique approach to unravelling the Bowie enigma, via interviews with many of the singer's closest associates, biography and academic analysis, makes this unrivalled biography a classic for Bowie...


Morrissey's Manchester

by Phillip Gatenby & Mick Middles

"If you're a Smiths fanatic your memorabilia will hardly be complete without this." Manchester Evening News "Gatenby's book is much more than a mere guide. It's sometimes an archaeological expedition to find...


Framed Spaces: Photography and Memory in Contemporary Installation Art

by Monica E. E. E. E. McTighe

A study of the relationship between photography and installation art


Arctic Voices: Resistance at the Tipping Point

by Subhankar Banerjee

"One of the great strengths of Arctic Voices is that it shows how Alaska and the Arctic are tied to the places where most of us live. In this impassioned book, Banerjee shows a situation so serious that...


My Happy Days in Hollywood: A Memoir

by Garry Marshall

With the television hits The Odd Couple, Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, and Mork & Mindy, and movies like The Flamingo Kid, Beaches, Pretty Woman, and The Princess Diaries under his belt, Garry Marshall has...


The Luminous Portrait: Capture the Beauty of Natural Light for Glowing, Flattering Photographs

by Jacqueline Tobin, Elizabeth Messina & Ulrica Wihlborg

Infuse your images with glowing, luminous light

From high-profile wedding and portrait photographer Elizabeth Messina comes this beautiful guide to shooting lush, romantic portraits exclusively in natural light....


Escaping the Delta: Robert Johnson and the Invention of the Blues

by Elijah Wald

The life of blues legend Robert Johnson becomes the centerpiece for this innovative look at what many consider to be America's deepest and most influential music genre. Pivotal are the questions surrounding...


Ticket Masters: The Rise of the Concert Industry and How the Public Got Scalped

by Dean Budnick & Josh Baron

“A clear, comprehensive look at a murky business.” —The Wall Street Journal 

Your favorite band has just announced their nationwide tour. Should you pay to join their fan club and get in on the pre-sale?...


Singing Exercises For Dummies

by Pamelia S. S. Phillips

The fast and easy way to take your singing skills to new heights

Some people are born with a naturally great singing voice, but even the best singers can benefit from a broader range of knowledge and training....


The Colors of Catalonia: In the Footsteps of Twentieth-Century Artists

by Virginie Raguenaud

Catalonia boasts an extraordinary cultural heritage. Its lively Mediterranean villages have inspired artists such as Henri Matisse, Andre Derain, Pablo Picasso, George Braque, Salvador Dali, and many others....


Lost and Othered Children in Contemporary Cinema

by Andrew Scahill, Debbie C. Olson & Sage Leslie-McCarthy

Lost and Othered Children in Contemporary Cinema, edited by Debbie C. Olson and Andrew Scahill, is an edited collection that challenges notions of the innocent child through an exploration of the dark side of...


A Life in Frocks: A Memoir

by Kelly Doust

A personal, entertaining, exquisitely illustrated exploration of the significance of clothes, filtered through one woman's life-long sartorial infatuation A seductive mix of memoir, philosophies, and fantasies,...


Louisiana Fiddlers

by Ron Yule & Bill Burge

Louisiana Fiddlers shines light on sixty-two of the bayou state's most accomplished fiddlers of the twentieth century. Author Ron Yule outlines the lives and times of these performers, who represent a multitude...


Setting Up a Successful Photography Business

by Lisa Pritchard

Setting up a Successful Photography Business is a practical and essential handbook for anyone who wants to be a professional photographer. Written by the owner of a successful photography agency, it is packed...


Cinemulacrum: A Secret History of Film / Video, 1960-2010

by Aaron Sultanik

Cinemulacrum, a conflation of “cinema,” the art of the Hollywood film, and simulacrum, a reality counterfeit, was coined to designate contemporary media culture. This book examines the fall—and rise—of...


Photographing the Mexican Revolution: Commitments, Testimonies, Icons

by John Mraz

The Mexican Revolution of 1910-1920 is among the world's most visually documented revolutions. Coinciding with the birth of filmmaking and the increased mobility offered by the reflex camera, it received extraordinary...


Siegfried Kracauer's American Writings: Essays on Film and Popular Culture

by Siegfried Kracauer, Johannes von Moltke & Martin Jay

Siegfried Kracauer (1889-1966), friend and colleague of Walter Benjamin and Theodor Adorno, was one of the most influential film critics of the mid-twentieth century. In this book, Johannes von Moltke and Kristy...


Violent Screen: A Critic's 13 Years on the Front Lines of Movie Mayhem

by Stephen Hunter

Violent Screen is a confident walk on the rough side of movie-making with one of today's rarities: a gun enthusiast, bestselling novelist, and the son of a murder victim who, for the past thirteen years, has...


The Studio

by John Gregory Dunne

In 1967, John Gregory Dunne asked for unlimited access to the inner workings of Twentieth Century Fox. Miraculously, he got it. For one year Dunne went everywhere there was to go and talked to everyone worth...