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Oct.25.2013
This captivating book presents a uniquely comprehensive cultural history of cabaret, where the most radical of artists, poets, writers, musicians, and theater directors have gathered since 1881. Lisa Appignanesi takes us to the original cabaret—the smoke-filled rooms of the Chat Noir in Paris...
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Jun.26.2012
    Independent filmmaker, Blasket McManus has struggled his entire life to make small, personal films.  But in a culture obsessed with blockbuster superheroes and vampire horror flicks, Hollywood considers Blasket irrelevant.  To show he still matters, Blasket creates his most...
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Feb.13.2012
It is the color of the Virgin Mary's cloak, a dazzling pigment desired by artists, an exquisite hue infused with danger, adventure, and perhaps even the supernatural. It is . . . Sacré Bleu In July 1890, Vincent van Gogh went into a cornfield and shot himself. Or did he? Why would an artist at...
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May.22.2010
The Fractured Hues of White Light is an emotional journey that explores who we love and why we love them. Mother, father, daughter, siblings, lovers, spouses, and friends; it's all love in some form. It is a story about Samantha Ryder, a young autistic woman who is an artist; it is because of her...
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Nov.28.2009
To the world he's a genius, a master of color, form, and shape, a brilliant talent who stormed the art world and shook its pillars with his talent. But who is he really? Who is Escobar? Brushes is an erotically charged portrait of a master artist, a stroke-by-stroke look at who Escobar may or may...
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Jul.21.2009
The letters of the British Post-Impressionist painter Vanessa Bell, the sister of Virginia Woolf, wife of critic Clive Bell, lover of critic Roger Fry, life partner of Duncan Grant, and mother of the ceramist and art professor Quentin Bell and the artist and memoirist Angelica Garnett. An innovator...
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Mar.04.2009
The American Poet Who Went Home Again is a book of creative nonfiction that blends memoir, literary journalism, history, and biography to tell the story of one writer’s rediscovery of his family, his hometown of Savannah, Georgia, and himself. Just like modern literary life, the book expands...
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Aug.17.2008
NEW YORK TIMES bestseller Susan Wiggs has captivated readers everywhere with her tender and relevant stories filled with characters so familiar you'll find yourself saying, "That's it, exactly!" Now she gives us an illuminating story straight from the heart about one woman’s shattered...
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Mar.20.2008
From Publishers Weekly Veteran author Wiggs's first romance for Warner reveals the pain that comes with love. When teenager Michelle Turner becomes pregnant, she finds herself abandoned by both her angry father and her ranch-hand lover, Sam McPhee, who vanishes before she can give him the news....