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The Myopia and Other Plays by David Greenspan

by David Greenspan & Marc Robinson

Playwright and actor David Greenspan has been a leading figure in Manhattan's downtown performance scene for over twenty years. His numerous accolades include a Guggenheim fellowship and four Obie Awards for...


Do the Movies Have a Future?

by David Denby

In the second decade of the twenty-first century, the movies, once America’s primary popular art form, have become an endangered species. Do the Movies Have a Future? is a rousing and witty call to arms. In...


Shonen Manga

by Kamikaze Factory Studio

A step-by-step guide to all the tricks-both freehand and digital-to creating the best manga characters, Shonen Manga is a fun, easy to read manga manual for artists of all ages and languages.

Focusing on Shonen-style...


The Brazilian Audiovisual Industry: An Explosion of Creativity and Opportunities for Partnerships

by Mr. Steve Solot

Designed to meet the need for current, accurate information on the flourishing Brazilian audiovisual industry, the book covers the rapid growth of film and television business, pertinent legislation and data,...


Visions of the Maid: Joan of Arc in American Film and Culture

by Robin Blaetz

Representations of Joan of Arc have been used in the United States for the past two hundred years, appearing in advertising, cartoons, popular song, art, criticism, and propaganda. The presence of the fifteenth-century...


A Brief Guide to James Bond

by Nigel Cawthorne

The world's fascination with Bond is unstoppable. James Bond is the greatest British fictional hero of the post-war era. He also has a huge following in the US - and around the world - as a legendary Cold War...


Opening Windows: Confessions of a Canadian Vocal Coach

by Stuart Hamilton & Lotfi Mansouri

Stuart Hamilton, a well-known Canadian musician, has been in the forefront of music in Canada for more than 60 years. Along the way, he has encountered, as a vocal coach and accompanist, most of the great Canadian...


The 50 Movie Starter Kit: What You Need to Know if You Want to Know What You're Talking About

by Ty Burr

In this ebook exclusive, Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr introduces the fifty films every movie lover must know.

This carefully curated list of great movies spans over a century of filmmaking, from the silent...


Yesterday Once More: The Carpenters Reader

by Randy L. Schmidt

With a string of number-one hits showcasing Karen Carpenter's warm and distinctive vocals and Richard Carpenter's sophisticated compositions and arrangements, the Carpenters were responsible for some of the...


Rock Your Business: What You and Your Company Can Learn from the Business of Rock and Roll

by David Fishof

Would you like your business...

...to burst into public awareness like Lady Gaga?

...to have the long-lived success of Mick Jagger?

...to demonstrate the creativity of The Beatles?

We don’t normally think of the...


The Table Dancer's Tale

by Lupita Dominguez & Sabina C. Becker

With stories collected through years of work as a table dancer, these true tales uncover a world of night clubs filled with housewives, mothers, students, drug addicts, minors, and illegal aliens working as...


Available Light Glamour Photography: Professional Techniques for Digital Photographers

by Joe Farace

Presenting every facet of using available light to create sumptuously stylized portraits, acclaimed photographer Joe Farace reveals the methods and striking benefits of using the inherent light of the environment....


Acting Lions: Unleash Your Craft In Today's Lightning Fast World of Film, Television and Theatre

by Penny Templeton

Acting has drastically changed from the days of Stanislavsky and the Group Theatre, when techniques were geared for the actor who would rehearse for 5 or 6 months, or more. Gradually, the business began speeding...


Welcome to the Music Business: You're F**ked!

by Martin Atkins, Ryan Lykken & Eric McNary

Unlike most music-industry books, this guide is a gritty, punky, and irreverent real-life look at what goes into being a musician. Removing the rose-colored glasses, Martin Atkins—a lifelong music-industry...


Falling Upwards: Essays in Defense of the Imagination

by Lee Siegel

From renowned critic Lee Siegel--hailed as a model of "original thinking and passionate writing"--a sometimes scathing, always thrilling examination of the state of contemporary art and culture, and beyond


Red Dog/Blue Dog: When Pooches Get Political

by Chuck Sambuchino

Political humor book of 140 amusing dog photos and captions poking fun at the cliches of red and blue politics.


The Velvet Lounge: On Late Chicago Jazz

by Gerald Majer

Troubled urban neighborhoods and jazz-club havens were the backdrop of Gerald Majer's life growing up in sixties and seventies Chicago. The Velvet Lounge, an original hybrid of memoir, biography, and musical...


Green Building Through Integrated Design (GreenSource Books) (e-book)

by Jerry Yudelson

  • Market: architects; engineers; project managers; general contractors; cost estimators; property and real estate managers; facility managers; property developers
  • International appeal: includes 25 project profiles...


bash: latter day plays

by Neil La Bute

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The View from the Bridge: Memories of Star Trek and a Life in Hollywood

by Nicholas Meyer

"Essential reading for any Star Trek and movie fan."

-trekmovie.com

When Nicholas Meyer was asked to direct the troubled second Star Trek film, he was something less than a true believer. A bestselling author...