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My Old Lady: Complete Stage Play and Screenplay with an Essay on Adaptation

by Israel Horovitz

Famed playwright Israel Horovitz has written more than 70 produced plays, which have been translated in more than 30 languages worldwide. Along the way, he has also written screenplays for film including Author!...

Doctor Who: 365 Days of Memorable Moments and Impossible Things

by Justin Richards

23 November 1963: The first-ever episode of Doctor Who—“An Unearthly Child”—is broadcast.

21 July 1969: Silence will fall.

23 August 2014: “Deep Breath” is Peter Capaldi’s first full episode as the...

Industry and Intelligence: Contemporary Art Since 1820

by Liam Gillick

The history of modern art is often told through aesthetic breakthroughs that sync well with profound cultural and political change. Monet’s riotous landscapes, Picasso’s fractured forms, Pollock’s insolent...

The House

by Eugene Field

The story that is told in this volume is as surely an autobiography as if that announcement were a part of the title: and it also has the peculiar and significant distinction of being in some sort the biography...

Letters to a Young Artist in the Digital Age: Encouragements for a creative life

by John Oakley McElhenney

In 1929, Rilke's Letters to a Young Poet was published. Ten short letters of encouragement to a 19-year old hopeful poet. And the master gives wonderful advice that still heartens any creative artists around...

Arduino for Musicians

Shakespeare's Comedies: A Very Short Introduction

Welcome Home, Captain Fox!

by Anthony Weigh

It's the legendary hot summer of 1959 and while the Cold War rages and America tunes into I Love Lucy, Captain Jack Fox - believed missing in action in the fields of France fifteen years before - is about to...

Trying to Get Over: African American Directors after Blaxploitation, 1977-1986

by Keith Corson

From 1972 to 1976, Hollywood made an unprecedented number of films targeted at black audiences. But following this era known as "blaxploitation," the momentum suddenly reversed for black filmmakers, and a large...

Slow Fashion: Aesthetics Meets Ethics

by Safia Minney

Learn how Eco-fashion centers around sustainable design & businesses that put people, livelihoods and sustainability central to everything they do.


Time Lapse Photography, Long Exposure & Other Tricks of Time: From Snapshots to Great Shots

by John Carucci

In the newest entry in Peachpit's popular From Snapshots to Great Shots series, photographer John Carucci shares amazing techniques for creative time-related photography techniques, including long-exposure,...

Cheap Tricks: Ingenious Lighting and Shooting Ideas for Studio Photography

by Christopher Grey

What do a dog leash, shower curtains, and mylar gift wrap have in common? They—along with countless other surprising everyday objects—can all be used to construct implements that will help you build your arsenal...

Shot in the Dark: Low-Light Techniques for Wedding and Portrait Photography

by Brett Florens

Wedding photographers are under tremendous pressure to capture once-in-a-lifetime moments—from the bride’s preparations, to the ceremony, to the reception and the exit. They are forced to shoot in low light...

Unfinished: A Guide To Dream, Complete and Repeat Your Life's Work

by Jason D Smithers, Poff Marjorie & Amanda Tuttle

As children, our passions came easy. We would doodle for hours and hours and we didn't know what the word 'editing' meant. As we got older, our passions were pushed aside for the busyness of life, for the fear...

Merely Players: Acting like Shakespeare really matters

by Michael Burge

When a middle-aged boy player returns to London's Globe playhouse during a terrible revival of Romeo and Juliet, she sets off a chain of events as great as any of Shakespeare's entertainments, revealing a love...

Don't Stop Me Now

by Vassos Alexander & Chris Evans

This is a celebration of running - and what lots of us think about when we run. Part escape, part self-discovery, part therapy, part fitness. Part simple childlike joy of running when you could be walking.


Don Quixote: Based on the Novel

by James Fenton & Miguel de Cervantes

After a lifetime of reading books on chivalry, Don Quixote decides to embark on a quest of his own. Taking up a lance and sword, he sets out to become a wandering knight, defending the helpless and vanquishing...

The Patriotic Traitor

by Jonathan Lynn

Phillipe Ptain, a tough, uncompromising soldier who rose through the ranks to save France in 1916 Battle of Verdun. Charles de Gaulle, the aristocratic, academic and equally uncompromising soldier who led France...

Fascination: The Celluloid Dreams Of Jean Rollin

by David Hinds

May 1968. Paris is awash with violence and public unrest. In a small cinema, where a surreal film is showing, another riot is taking place. Here, the enraged audience smashes up the auditorium, tear out the...