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Artists Unframed: Snapshots from the Smithsonian's Archives of American Art

by Merry Forresta

Tucked away among the letters, diaries, and other ephemera in the Smithsonian's archives lies a trove of rarely seen snapshots of some of the twentieth century's most celebrated artists. Unlike the familiar...


Your Band Sucks: What I Saw at Indie Rock's Failed Revolution (But Can No Longer Hear)

by Jon Fine

A memoir charting thirty years of the American independent rock underground by a musician who knows it intimately

 

Jon Fine spent nearly thirty years performing and recording with bands that played various...


The Ignorant Maestro: How Great Leaders Inspire Unpredictable Brilliance

by Itay Talgam

“Choosing ignorance might seem a terrible quality to exhibit in your workplace—a sure path down the stairs and out the corporate door. But stick with me here and see how it leads you upward. You’ll...


Cinematic Portraits: How to Create Classic Hollywood Photography

by Pete Wright

Pete Wright teaches you how to re-create mysterious, dark, and glamorous cinematic portraits reminiscent of those taken of 1920s’ and 1930s’ stars and starlets. The book contains 60 discrete sections which...


The Study of Ethnomusicology: Thirty-Three Discussions

by Bruno Nettl

The revised third edition of the classroom perennial and scholarly classic


Errol Flynn Slept Here: The Flynns, the Hamblens, Rick Nelson, and the Most Notorious House in Hollywood

by Robert Matzen & Michael Mazzone

Documenting the most notorious house in Hollywood, this history spans the life and death of Mulholland Farm, the elegant and infamous mountaintop showplace built by film star Errol Flynn at the height of his...


Crate Digger: An Obsession With Punk Records

by Bob Suren

A small town Florida teenager discovers punk rock through a loaned mix tape and punk music and culture slowly takes over all aspects of his life. His new passion causes him to form a band, track down out-of-print...


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...


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 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);...


Mein Kampf: My Struggle

by Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler wrote this book when he was in prison for his political activities. During that time, Germany had been weakened by the Treaty of Versailles, and France had seized several parts of Germany. France...


Edith Bowman's Great British Music Festivals

by Edith Bowman

In Great British Music Festival, Edith Bowman packs her wellies and braves the unpredictable weather to explore some of the country’s best- and lesser-known music festivals. From the muddy fields of Glastonbury,...


Carmen Disruption

by Simon Stephens

I'll gather my breath. I'll walk out of my room. I'll know exactly where I'm going to go. The voice in my head tells me exactly where to go.

In the opulent grandeur of a European city, a renowned singer abandons...


The Sketchbook Project World Tour

by Steven Peterman & Shane Zucker

Destined to go down as one of the era's most astonishing global art projects, the Brooklyn Art Library's Sketchbook Project has, in less than a decade, amassed more than thirty thousand sketchbooks submitted...


PROVOcATIONs

by Riccardo Mari

A great Milanese photographer meets the beautiful Italian women of the third millennium, seductive, sensual and provocative, with their harmonious bodies and their tattoos that tell stories. 136 shots to crystallize...


Dangerous Trade: Arms Exports, Human Rights, and International Reputation

by Jennifer Erickson

In 2013, the United Nations approved the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which sets legally binding standards to regulate global arms exports. This groundbreaking treaty reflects a growing concern that small and major...


Playing to the Gallery: Helping Contemporary Art in Its Struggle to Be Understood

by Grayson Perry

Grayson Perry’s book will overturn everything you thought you knew about “art”

Now Grayson Perry is a fully paid-up member of the art establishment, he wants to show that any of us can appreciate art (after...


If There Were Demons Then Perhaps There Were Angels

by William Peter Blatty

An authorized account of how William Peter Blatty came to write both the novel and the screenplay of "The Exorcist".


VAT Neutrality

by Charlène Adline Herbain, André Prüm & Jean-Claude Bouchard

Most major economies around the world use a Value Added Tax (VAT) which is an offspring of the French 1954 taxe sur Ia valeur ajouté. Both the apparition in France and the spread around the world of VAT have...


Chicken Dust

by Ben Weatherill

Oh this ain't a farm. This is a loading dock. No such things as farms anymore, not around here.

A chicken farm in rural England. New boy Tim has just arrived for his first shift. The job is pretty simple: grab...