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Save the Cat!: The Last Book on Screenwriting You'll Ever Need

by Blake Snyder

This ultimate insider's guide reveals the secrets that none dare admit, told by a show biz veteran who's proven that you can sell your script if you can save the cat!


John Wayne: The Life and Legend

by Scott Eyman

John Wayne was one of Hollywood’s most famous and most successful actors, but he was more than that. He became a symbol of America itself. He epitomized the Western film, which for many people epitomized America....


The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Music Business

by Michael Miller

Instrumental in turning musicians into moneymakers.

The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to the Music Business is written for every musician who needs to learn the business of music, as well as for all businesspeople...


Building the Timber Frame House: The Revival of a Forgotten Craft

by Tedd Benson, James Gruber & Jamie Page

For centuries, post-and-beam construction has proved to be one of the most durable building techniques. It is being enthusiastically revived today not only for its sturdiness but because it can be easily insulated,...


The Comedy Bible: From Stand-up to Sitcom--The Comedy Writer's Ultimate "How To" Guide

by Judy Carter

Judy Carter, guru to aspiring comedy writers and stand-up comics, tells all about the biz of being funny and writing funny in this bright, entertaining, and totally practical guide on how to draw humor from...


Sex and the City

by Amy Sohn

After six wildly successful and critically acclaimed season, HBO's Sex and the City lowered its curtain with an extraordinary finale befitting its remarkable run. Now Sex and the City, the first true comedy...


The Tattoo Encyclopedia: A Guide to Choosing Your Tattoo

by Terisa Green

A unique illustrated reference on the origins and meanings of nearly one thousand tattoo symbols that serves as a guide for choosing a personal image and provides a fascinating look at the tattoo as a work of...


Uschi Digard

by Jack Hunter

A photo-book tribute to Uschi Digard, the super-endowed Swedish erotic actress and model who appeared in countless cult movies, sex movies, porn loops, cat-fight loops and men's magazines throughout the 1970s,...


Paris Pussy 1: Indoors

by Jean Le Baptiste

In the Paris of the early 1960s, a host of French glamour magazines sprang up, featuring voluptuous nude pin-up girls plucked from the streets and thrust in front of hungry cameras in sleazy backstreet studios,...


Will You Take Me As I Am: Joni Mitchell's Blue Period

by Michelle Mercer

Joni Mitchell is one of the most celebrated artists of the last half century, and her landmark 1971 album, Blue, is one of her most beloved and revered works. Generations of people have come of age listening...


Crash and Burn

by Artie Lange

Veteran comedian Artie Lange turns an unflinching eye and his signature wit on his perilous descent into drug addiction, life-threatening depression, and ultimately, his recovery, in the follow-up to his hilariously...


The War for Late Night: When Leno Went Early and Television Went Crazy

by Bill Carter

The New York Times bestselling author of The Late Shift delivers "a boisterous, two-timing, high-stakes drama about the business of comedy" (The Associated Press).

No one is more uniquely suited to document...


Forever Chic: Frenchwomen's Secrets for Timeless Beauty, Style, and Substance

by Tish Jett

For any woman who last saw forty on her speedometer comes a sparkling new primer for aging—the French way—with grace and style. Frenchwomen of a certain age (over forty) are captivating and complex. They...


Play It Again

by Alan Rusbridger

As editor of the Guardian, one of the world’s foremost newspapers, Alan Rusbridger abides by the relentless twenty-four-hour news cycle. But increasingly in midlife, he feels the gravitational pull of music—especially...


Mind Candy

by Lawrence Watt-Evans

Over the years, in a variety of venues, Lawrence Watt-Evans has turned his sharp, analytical, and slightly crazed mind to everything from weaponized poetry to why the Enterprise doesn't have seatbelts, and everyone...


On Being a Sculptor

by Henry Moore

Written by Moore in the 1930s, these three powerful, polemical texts lay out his ideas about sculpture, calling for truth to materials, openness to other sculptural traditions and understanding of the importance...


Tunesmith: Inside the Art of Songwriting

by Jimmy Webb

Webb brings his insider's knowledge, experience, and star power to the ultimate guide for aspiring songwriters. With a combination of anecdotes, meditation, and advice, he breaks down the creative process from...


Rising Sun, Divided Land: Japanese and South Korean Filmmakers

by Kate E. Taylor-Jones

With Flags of Our Fathers (2006) and Letters from Iwo Jima (2006), Clint Eastwood made a unique contribution to film history, being the first director to make two films about the same event. Eastwood's films...


New Korean Cinema: Breaking the Waves

by Darcy Paquet

New Korean Cinema charts the dramatic transformation of South Korea's film industry from the democratization movement of the late 1980s to the 2000s new generation of directors. The author considers such issues...


Walk Tall: The Music and Life of Julian "Cannonball" Adderley

by Cary Ginell

(Book). Cannonball Adderley introduces his 1967 recording of "Walk Tall," by saying, "There are times when things don't lay the way they're supposed to lay. But regardless, you're supposed to hold your head...