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From the Publisher’s Desk

Thank you for your interest in our Fall/Winter 2018 catalog. Here you will find the hard work of our passionate authors, editors, and designers, who have created books that educate, entertain, instruct, and inspire. I’m excited to introduce you to our new catalog design. Our team has been working diligently these past six months to bring to life an exciting design to showcase our titles in the best possible way. In these pages you’ll find our new releases from our Craft, Antiques, Trade, and Art & Design categories. We have curated each section to highlight our new and recently released publications. If you are looking for additional titles from our backlist, they are all available in a separate catalog and always on our website, www.schifferbooks.com. We have some fantastic new titles this season: you don’t want to miss 50 Contemporary Women Artists (pg. 25) or Brooklyn on my Mind: Black Visual Artists from WPA to the Present (pg. 24), two titles showcasing the work of important artists who have been overlooked throughout history. Beginning weavers will be in good hands with Lindsey Campbell, the founder of the popular blog Hello Hydrangea, and her new title Welcome to Weaving (pg. 72). In a follow-up to our popular Pigments of Your Imagination, we have 20 Projects for Alcohol Inks (pg. 60)—one of the first alcohol ink project books to market. The projects are varied and inspiring and sure to bring new depth to your creativity. For our pop culture enthusiasts, take a peek into The Meaning of Life According to Bikers (pg. 6), a feel-good collection of inspiration from bikers representing all parts of society. In Do You Read Me? (pg. 9), take a nostalgic walk through vintage communication toys and be reminded of just how far technology has come. Those interested in Russian tattoos and history won’t want to miss Thief in Law: A Guide to Russian Prison Tattoos (pg. 4). This is just a small sampling of a stellar line-up of unique titles connected by one theme: inspiring our readers to dive deeper into their chosen passions. Please enjoy the entire range of our new list and the fresh design. On behalf of our authors and team, happy reading!

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On the cover: Acadia National Park, Maine, photo by Antelo Devereux Jr., from Coastal Maine: A Keepsake (pg. 122) Other image credits: Design by Dan K Norris (pg. 3); Hearts and Minds by Amberlee Rosolowich (pg. 23); house designed by Lake|Flato architects, photo by Casey Dunn (pg. 38); silk organza bridal gown by Tony Hamawy (pg. 45); image courtesy of Lindsey Campbell (pg. 54); Bentwood Sphere by Leon Niehues (pg. 71); image courtesy of Joseph Sall RIT Photographic Science Dept. (pg. 92); interior design by Shayla Copas (pg. 99); image of Navajo weaving courtesy of Rebecca M. and Jean-Paul Valette (pg. 108); and Fort Phoenix, Fairhaven, RI by J. R. V. (pg. 120) Type set in Proxima Nova/Publico Printed in China

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AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER AVAILA Perhaps the definitive work on Russian prison tattoos and is absolutely a recommended. –INKED Austra Australia

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-76 978-0-7643-5598-1 Size: 6" x 9" Illustrations: 215 21 b/w photos & drawings Pages: 304 Binding: hard ccover Price: $26.99

Thief in Law A Guide to Russian Prison Tattoos and Russian-Speaking Organized Crime by Mark Bullen Unlock the inner workings of the Russian mafia with this detailed guide to its infamous prison tattoos. Join former po police officer turned journalist Mark Bullen as he presents a history of Russian-speaking organized crime gangs, their operatio operations, and a complex culture of tattoo art. Included are more than 100 never-before-seen photos of tattoos from Russian and European police archives and 50 original tattoo drawings alongside an in-depth symbology covering everything from nationalist themes to punishment tattoos to female prison tattoos. Based on a law enforcement training program used around the world, this is the guide to understanding everything you could ever want to know about one of the world’s most notorious criminal organizations through their notorious tattoo culture. History of the Russian mafia through tattooing and its spread within the Russian criminal underworld

100 exclusive tattoo images from police archives alongside a detailed symbology

Decipher the secret code of female prison tattoos

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Early promotion on NetGalley • Pitch to pop culture media • Tattoo enthusiast pitch via press release

Mark Bullen is a former British police officer who won two commendations during his 11-year police career. A fluent Russianspeaker, he trained police across the world in how to recognize Russian mafia tattoos.

TATTOOING NEW YORK CITY 978-0-7643-1388-2 $29.95 | 160 pp.

RUSSIAN PRISON TATTOOS 978-0-7643-1764-4 $29.99 | 160 pp. 4


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AVAILABLE NOVEMBER BER Lexicon not only revealss the origin and significance of motifs, but also shows images of many examples. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5565-3 0-7643-5565-3 Size: 6" x 9" Illustrations: 640 40 b/w images Pages: 240 Binding: ing: hard cover Price: $24.99

Lexicon con of Tribal Tattoos Motifs, s, Meanings, and Origins by Radomir mir Fiksa Tattoos have ave played an important role in human culture for thousands of years. Ideal for the tattoo artist, anthropologist, or tattoo fan, this visual lexicon covers tattoos from hundreds of different cultures and lists meanings, reasons for wearing, rites of passage, and indicates placement for thousands of individual tattoos. Complete with nearly 650 illustrations, the book breaks down the symbology of these tattoos tattoos, indicating the origin and significance significance of motifs from tattoo cultures that still exist and those that have been lost to history. The breadth and depth of this information serves to inspire today’s tattoo artist and expand the knowledge of this ancient and global phenomena. Visual record of hundreds of traditional tattoos from global cultures, some extinct, some still carrying on

Nearly 650 images of tattoos and motifs from cultures from Africa, Asia, South and North America, and the Pacific

Learn the significance of where tattoos are placed on the body, motifs, and rites of passages

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Pitch to tattoo and pop culture magazines • Social media marketing campaign • Advanced review copies TATTOO LETTERING & BANNERS 978-0-7643-5215-7 $24.99 | 128 pp.

A professional tattoo artist from the Czech Republic, Radomir Fiksa writes articles and books on tattoo art and body modification. He is the founder of Provocative Tattoo, where he trains future tattoo artists.

CLASSIC FLASH 3 978-0-7643-5100-6 $34.99 | 112 pp. 5


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AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER The freedom of the road, the beauty of the land, and the rush of the power between your legs is all undeniably a beautiful gift. Get out and ride! –Bryan Allen, Southern Iron Kustoms

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5596-7 Size: 7" x 7" Illustrations: 90+ color images Pages: 176 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

The Meaning of Life According to Bikers The Biker Book for Charity Edited and introduced by Louise Lewis, Foreword by John Paul DeJoria Motorcycle riders from all walks of life—from Main Street to Wall Street, Hollywood to Washington, D.C.—are invited to peel back their badass masks and answer one simple question: what is the meaning of life? Their answers expose the biker community’s lesser-known philosophical and charitable nature and help to smash the typical motorcycle-rider stereotype. Joining the “regular folks” interviewed are celebrities, including Peter Fonda, Gen. Tommy Franks, John Paul DeJoria, Jillian Michaels, Kyle Petty, Carey Hart, and Norman Reedus, along with a former chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a Congressman, a Senator, a former NASA astronaut, governors, military generals, actors, rock n’roll and country artists, corporate executives, and NFL, NBA, MLB sports figures. Whether you drive on four wheels or straddle a “wild thang" on two, these voices are sure to enlighten and entertain. More than 300 badass motorcycle riders answer the question: What is the meaning of life?

Includes quotes from celebrities such as Peter Fonda, and wellknown political, entertainment, and sports personalities

Highlights the biker community’s philosophical and charitable nature

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Louise Lewis has more than 30 years of experience in marketing and advertising, and has volunteered for Big Brother/Sister, Catholic Ministries Juvenile Detention, and CHOC Children’s Hospital.

HARLEY-DAVIDSON LEGENDS 978-0-7643-4073-4 $29.99 | 160 pp.

HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES, 1930-1941 978-0-88740-894-6 $24.95 | 184 pp. 6


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AVAILABLE NOVEMBER Preserves these forgotten lines and sheds light on the writers who painted them . . . . Let’s take our hats off, and give these unsung artists some much-deserved accolades. –From the introduction

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5642-1 Size: 11" x 8 1/2" Illustrations: 203 color images Pages: 208 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

Born to Run NYC Subway Graffiti on the IND and BMT Lines by Tod Lange, Foreword by Lee Quinones Despite playing canvas to a long list of talented writers, the IND (Independent) and BMT (Brooklyn Manhattan Transit) lines have been underrepresented in graffiti history. This is now rectified with a collection of high-quality images from the 1970s and 80s that capture works by heavyweights from the BMT like Lee, Mono, Iz The Wiz, Baby168, OE3, P13, and many others. From Coney Island to Queensboro Plaza and everywhere in between, these nostalgic images capture elevated subway scenes, stations, and subway yards and offer a glimpse through time at Brooklyn and Queens in the height of the NYC subway graffiti era. This truly amazing lineup also features early writers on the IND lines like Pistol, Piper, A’train, and IN, in addition to obscure names and throw-ups from these undocumented corridors. This is an ideal volume of subway art for graffiti artists, fans, historians, and students looking for rare photos on the letter lines. Prime photo examples of ’70s and ’80s subway graffiti on the IND & BMT lines

Rare, unpublished photos of works from lines largely overlooked in graffiti history

Works by Lee, Mono, Iz The Wiz, Baby168, OE3, P13, and many others

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Early promotion on NetGalley • Social Media marketing campaign • Regional push to NYC media and blogs FROM THE PLATFORM 2 978-0-7643-5290-4 $34.99 | 208 pp.

Tod Lange grew up in Queens, New York. He lives in Pennsylvania with his family and works in the antique and collectibles market. This is Tod’s third book on the New York subway system.

DON1, THE KING FROM QUEENS 978-0-7643-4500-5 $29.99 | 128 pp. 7


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AVAILABLE OCTOBER A chronological illustrated history of some of the deepest and darkest secrets of these two organizations. –Gerald B. Richards, FBI Special Agent (Ret.)

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5616-2 Size: 9" x 12" Illustrations: 350 color and b/w images Pages: 208 Binding: hard cover Price: $45.00

The Secret History of KGB Spy Cameras 1945–1995 by H. Keith Melton and Lt. Col. Vladimir Alekseenko with Michael M. Hasco and Detlev Vreisleben This lavishly photographed and authoritative book presents the secret history of Soviet subminiature spy cameras during the Cold War. It is a history that could only have been written by the veteran KGB technical intelligence officers who created and used the cameras in secret operations. With 350 photographs, the book reveals the history, development, and operational use of more than ninety secret cameras used by two of the world’s most formidable intelligence services—the KGB (Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti [Committee for State Security]) and GRU (Glavnoye Razvedyvatel’noye Upravleniye [Foreign Military Intelligence Agency of the Soviet Army])—for secretly copying documents, and for surveillance and compromise. Every major camera system used by the KGB, and several used by the GRU are included. A bonus at the end of the book is an exhaustive glossary on KGB and GRU photographic systems and optical devices. This book is a must-have for camera collectors, military enthusiasts, historians, and counterintelligence officers. Secret history of Cold War Soviet spy cameras told by KGB officers that developed and used them

Details cameras and techniques used for copying documents, surveillance, and compromise

Most of the information in this book was classified as “Top Secret" only a few years ago

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Media pitch to historical and antique publications • Photography publication campaign • Social media campaign H. Keith Melton is an intelligence historian and the best-selling author of multiple books on clandestine technology. Melton is a founding member of the Board of Directors for the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Vladimir Alekseenko served KGB stations in Europe and the United States, and provided operational and technical support for Soviet intelligence activities and protection against eavesdropping on Soviet missions. 8

50 LANDMARK CAMERAS 978-0-7643-5004-7 $59.99 | 256 pp.

PHOTOGRAPHICA 978-0-7643-1174-1 $19.99 | 160 pp.


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AVAILABLE AUGUST For those too young to know or remember . . . this collection is a nod to the past and to the imagination . . . . When a block of wood would allow you to talk to someone in a whole other solar system. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5578-3 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" Illustrations: 160 color images Pages: 96 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

Do You Read Me? Vintage Communication Toys by Leslie Singer The invention of the telegraph, telephone, and broadcast signals gave kids in mid-century America a new way to play. Speak into a device, push a button, turn a knob, and you were instantly communicating with friends around the block or across the planet. In most cases, it was imaginary, but adults were actually doing it—and with the right “equipment,” you were, too! The 150 color images in Do You Read Me?: Vintage Communication Toys, captures the excitement of these new technologies. The art deco and futuristic designs from the 30s through the 70s convey the wonder and optimism of the ever evolving communication world. String and wire may have carried the signal, but it was the power of imagination that really carried the message. Toy collectors, nostalgia buffs, and retro-future fans will appreciate the price guide and build-it-yourself communicator included with this beautifully photographed and designed volume. A pop-culture photo book featuring vintage communication toys, graphics, and price guide

Vintage communications toys and graphics from the 1930s to 1970s

Before there were cell phones, there were just brain cells to power the ultimate communication technology—imagination!

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Social media outreach • Media pitch to historical and antiques media • National publicity campaign COMPENDIUM OF AUTOMATIC MORSE CODE 978-0-7643-5131-0 $75.00 | 304 pp.

Leslie Singer is an advertising creative director who selfmedicates by collecting vintage space toys, original sci-fi illustrations, and other retrographics. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.

RETRO RADIO 978-0-7643-4679-8 $29.99 | 176 pp. 9


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AVAILABLE OCTOBER The failure of a single component is enough to cause the flight to end before it has begun, in an enormous fireball. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5617-9 Size: 6" x 9" Illustrations: 166 color and b/w images Pages: 144 Binding: hard cover Price: $19.99

Disasters in Space Stories from the US–Soviet Space Race and Beyond by Hermann Woydt The journey into space is a dangerous one, and although some aspects of space travel seem to be routine it still takes humanity to the limits of what is technically possible. It is an environment that forgives no mistake, and where carelessness usually has fatal consequences. This book records more than a dozen American and Soviet space disasters from 1967 to the present day. Presented are tragic and near tragic missions such as NASA’s Gemini 6A and 8, Apollo 1 and 13, the Challenger and Columbia space shuttle disasters, as well as the Soviets’ Soyuz 1, 11, and 18-1, and more. The concise and detailed history is presented along with rare photographs, transcripts of mission conversations, as well as detailed timelines. American and Soviet space disasters from 1967 to the present day

NASA’s Apollo 1 and 13, and the Challenger and Columbia space shuttle disasters

Rare photographs, transcripts of mission conversations, detailed timelines

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Aviation media and museum pitch • Social media marketing campaign • Advance reader copies

Hermann Woydt was born in 1958. After graduating from high school he studied electrical engineering and computer science. First working in developing computer components, he is now an assistant teacher at an applied sciences university.

PROJECT APOLLO 978-0-7643-5174-7 $19.99 | 144 pp.

PROJECT MERCURY 978-0-7643-5069-6 $19.99 | 144 pp. 10


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AVAILABLE AUGUST A.R.S. was always so much more than a “Southern rock” band. The songwriting was like something out of Southern Gothic literature transposed with 1970s Deep South. An absolute feast for the ears. –Terry Spackman, former road technician, A.R.S.

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5564-6 Size: 6" x 9" Illustrations: 125 b/w images Pages: 256 Binding: hard cover Price: $29.99

The Atlanta Rhythm Section: The Authorized History by Willie G. Moseley This book is the exclusive and authorized story of the Atlanta Rhythm Section, the legendary southern rock band that created such memorable hits as “Spooky," “So Into You," “Imaginary Lover," and “Doraville." Already seasoned studio professionals when they formed in 1970, The A.R.S. forged a new direction in southern rock by focusing on the integrity of their music onstage and in the studio. Through platinum and gold albums, A Rock and Roll Alternative, Champagne Jam, and Underdog, as well as international tours, huge outdoor concerts, and personnel changes, the band has staunchly maintained its dedication to its craft over the decades. The story contains recollections from original and current band members, producers, technicians, other musicians, and fans, as well as more than 120 photos of band members from the early days as the backup band for Roy Orbison and Jerry Lee Lewis, to the present day. The exclusive and authorized story of the legendary, platinum-selling southern rock band

Huge 1970s hit singles “Spooky," “So Into You," “Imaginary Lover," and “Champagne Jam"

Covers their earliest days as musicians in the 1960s through their 1970 formation in Atlanta

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National music publicity push • Social media outreach • Early market seeding via NetGalley 80S REDUX 978-0-7643-5496-0 $29.99 | 144 pp.

Willie G. Moseley is the senior writer for Vintage Guitar Magazine and columnist/News Editor emeritus for Tallapoosa Publishers Inc. He resides in central Alabama with his wife, Gail, and their daughter, Elizabeth. This is his thirteenth book.

UNSTRUNG HEROES 978-0-7643-5088-7 $34.99 | 304 pp. 11


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AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER There have been many jazz clubs open and close over the many years, but never has there been a venue showcasing such incredible jazz greats on a nightly basis as at Birdland. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5586-8 Size: 8" x 8" Illustrations: 151 color and b/w images Pages: 128 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

Birdland: The Jazz Corner of the World An Illustrated Tribute, 1949–1965 by Leo T. Sullivan Birdland was a legendary nightclub in New York City and, from 1949–65, was the scene for the greatest jazz music and musicians in the world. This illustrated book offers a history of this legendary jazz club, and presents the greats who played its stage in capsule biographies, vintage photos, and rare memorabilia. Named after legendary jazz saxophonist Charlie “Yardbird” Parker, the club showcased memorable double and triple bills lasting until dawn. Many classic live recordings were made at “The Jazz Corner of the World,” such as the “A Night at Birdland” by the Art Blakey Quintet, “Basie at Birdland,” and “Coltrane, Live at Birdland.” Birdland established itself as the one place that every jazz musician had to play. Greats such as Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, Count Basie, John Coltrane, Art Tatum, Art Blakey, Horace Silver, Clifford Brown, Ella Fitzgerald, Stan Getz, Lester Young, Billie Holiday, Oscar Peterson, and Sonny Rollins, to name only a few, graced its stage. Hailed as the greatest jazz club in the world which showcased the best jazz musicians of the day

Named after legendary jazz saxophonist Charlie “Yardbird" Parker

Loaded with classic photographs, handbills, album covers, and memorabilia

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National print and online publicity pitch • Regional New York media campaign • Social media outreach

Leo T. Sullivan has been working professionally for over forty years as a saxophonist, flutist, composer, and webmaster, and has played on many CDs with various artists, having also recorded numerous soundtracks for major television shows.

BLUES HANDS 978-0-7643-4963-8 $29.99 | 128 pp.

JAZZ IN AVAILABLE LIGHT 978-0-7643-5483-0 $60.00 | 288 pp. 12


RECENTLY PUBL PUBLISHED RECENTLY PUBLISHED POP CULTURE POP C CULTURE 978-0-7643-5428-1 6" x 9" 164 images soft cover / 352 pp. $34.99

The Ultimate Guide to Strange Cinema

978-0-7643-5322-2 7" x 10" 327 images hard cover / 256 pp. $34.99

Break Out How the Apple II Launched the PC Gaming Revolution

by Michael Vaughn Organized by genre, including comedy, horror, action, drama, fantasy, and sci-fi, this title offers 300 reviews of genre films from all over the world, 160+ photos, and exclusive interviews and quotes from the people behind some of the most offbeat films ever made.

In the Media

by David L. Craddock From the perils along the Oregon Trail and the exploits of Carmen Sandiego to the shadowy dungeons of Wizardry, Break Out recounts the making of some of the Apple II’s most iconic games, illustrates how they informed the games of today, and tells the stories of the pioneers who made them.

“A smorgasboard of bizarre, horrifying, and straight-up inexplicable flicks.” –Flavorwire

Buzz on NetGalley

“A Must-Have!” –We Are Movie Geeks

“A well-researched work of love. The author’s enthusiasm shines through.”

978-0-7643-5410-6 6" x 9" 430 color images soft cover / 480 pp. $34.99

978-0-7643-5317-8 6" x 9" soft cover / 320 pp. $19.99

It Came From the Video Aisle!

Lights, Camera, Game Over!

Inside Charles Band’s Full Moon Entertainment Studio

How Video Game Movies Get Made

by Dave Jay, William S. Wilson & Torsten Dewi Full Moon was the most remarkable B-movie studio of the 1990s, releasing a barrage of sci-fi/horror classics during the “golden age" of the video era. This book tracks the company from its birth among the ruins of the drive-in through to its bid to survive in the digital world.

In the Media “An essential read for any cult film fan.” –Forces of Geek “5 Stars!” –Horrortalk

by Luke Owen, Foreword by Paul W. S. Anderson, film director, producer, and screenwriter Production histories of video game movie releases from 1993 to date, and the inside stories of how they were turned from pixels to living flesh. Featuring interviews with more than 40 insiders who worked on the films, including Paul W. S. Anderson (Resident Evil) and Simon West (Tomb Raider).

In the Media “Fascinating. . . Owen’s book delves deep.” –Comicbook.com “In-depth and entertaining.” –We Are Movie Geeks

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POP CULTURE RECENTLY RECE PUBLISHED D 978-0-7643-5532-5 9" x 12" 2,000+ color images hard cover / 416 pp. $49.99

The SNES Omnibus

978-0-7643-5520-2 8 1/2" x 11" 340 images hard cover / 176 pp. $34.99

The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol. 1 (A–M)

Harmony

by Brett Weiss

by Ron Rothman

Volume 1 of the SNES Omnibus is a fun look at all the original Super Nintendo games released in the U.S. starting with the letters A-M. More than 350 games are featured, including such iconic titles as Chrono Trigger, Contra III, Donkey Kong Country, EarthBound, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.

The American made instruments from The Harmony Guitar Company receives long overdue recognition and credit in this volume through detailed text, color photographs, and catalog information. Produced between 1945 and 1975, many musicians, both amateur and professional, began their musical experiences playing Harmony guitars. Rockets, Stratotones, Rebels, Sovereigns, and Stellas are examples included in this book with specific model information and catalog reprints, along with detailed photos. Basses and the other Harmony instruments are also represented. See how Harmony grew to be one of the most prolific manufacturers of guitars in this country before their fall from grace in the mid 1970s.

In the Media “Weiss proves again he is the master of game directories.” –Leonard Herman, author of Phoenix IV: The History of the Videogame Industry

The People’s Guitar, 1945–1975

“Keeps alive the spirit of Nintendo’s legacy.” –Walter Day, founder of Twin Galaxies

978-0-7643-5496-0 8" x 8" 84 color images hard cover / 144 pp. $29.99

80s Redux

The Bass Space

Your Favorite Musicians Today

Profiles of Classic Electric Basses

by Mike Hipple, Foreword by Dave Holmes

by Willie G. Moseley, Foreword by Tim Bogert

A nostalgic collection of portraiture and interviews featuring 40 hit makers from the 1980s, including artists from Squeeze, Dramarama, Fishbone, Men Without Hats.

Willie G. Moseley profiles more than 100 historic and unique electric basses from such makers as Alembic, Danelectro, Fender, Gibson, Gretsch, Guild, Hamer, Kramer, Rickenbacker, and many others. Rare and legendary instruments, from the earliest attempts at amplified basses in the mid-1930s, to the cutting-edge basses of today, are presented in more than 250 color and period photos.

Buzz on NetGalley “Wow . . . so cool to see what these artists are up to now.” “Wonderful pictures and interesting articles on well and less known musicians [of the 80s].” “I loved it.”

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978-0-7643-5522-6 8 1/2" x 11" 250 images hard cover / 240 pp. $39.99


RECENTLY PUBLISHED POP CULTURE RECENT Cannabis Marijuana under the Microscope by Ted Kinsman A unique mix of art and science, this fresh and visually stunning survey celebrates the extraordinary beauty and diversity of the world’s most controversial plant: Cannabis sativa. Cutting-edge scanning electron microscope images, combined with light micrographs and X-rays, bring this captivating plant vividly to life. Meticulously photographed over the course of three years, the 140 color images are arranged by germination, stem, leaf, male flower, female flower, and roots, accompanied by explanations of what the viewer is seeing. The cannabis plant has had a complicated relationship with humans through the ages, and ISBN: 978-0-7643-5505-9 each image was selected with this in mind, highlighting unique Size: 7" x 7" and frequently bizarre features. This unusual photographic 140 color images collection reveals the microscopic features of the marijuana Pages: 128 plant as never before seen in one volume. Binding: soft cover Price: $16.99

Sempervivum A Gardener’s Perspective of the Not-So-Humble Hens-and-Chicks by Kevin C. Vaughn Sempervivum have long fascinated gardeners and are useful plants for gardening situations in which other plants might fail. Many people are aware of only a single, rather uninteresting green cultivar, but selections from the wild and the work of hybridizers have resulted in over 7,000 cultivars with a range in size from 1/2 in. to over one foot in diameter and colors from gold to black. Clearly the gardener has never had a better choice. This book covers all aspects of their history, taxonomy, culture, propagation, hybridizing, people involved in the production of Sempervivum, and a long list of cultivars that ISBN: 978-0-7643-5512-7 are recommended for the gardener. Color illustrations show Size: 7" x 10" not only the cultivars, but garden uses and cultural practices. 137 color images Pages: 208 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

Purrfection How to Achieve Balance and Happiness Through Your Cat by Sophie Macheteau Enjoy dozens of ways to draw on the power of cats—the perfect remedy for today’s stressful life—to help us relax and to reinforce this special feline bond that brings us so much happiness and good health. Downloadable bonus audio offers 30 minutes of various cats purring.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5501-1 Size: 6" x 9" 95 color images, downloadable audio files Pages: 96 Binding: soft cover Price: $12.99

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POP CULTURE RECENTLY RECENT PUBLISHED SHED 978-0-7643-5475-5 8 1/2" x 11" 290+ images hard cover / 240 pp. $34.99

PosterSpy

978-0-7643-5473-1 10" x 7" 149 color images hard cover / 160 pp. $24.99

Tokyo Graffiti

Alternative Movie Poster Collection by Frederic Claquin & Jack Woodhams Presented by ARTtitude, this collaboration features the contemporary work of 58 different artists from the PosterSpy art community, one of the most influential groups devoted to alternative posters. The nearly 300 posters presented here cover a diverse range of genres and eras, from pop culture favorites like Star Wars and Goonies to the Wes Anderson filmography to horror and sci-fi classics. Each piece reveals intensely creative and detailed representations of films that ask the viewer to see the film in a new way and challenges the visual package included with the original release.

by Lord K2 Does street art exist in spotless Tokyo? Yes! But strict vandalism laws and conservative Japanese culture have suppressed the graffiti scene in Tokyo. This stunning survey by photographer and graffiti artist Lord K2 takes you into the Tokyo neighborhoods exhibiting a colorful array of urban art created on the fly and as low-key as possible. Here is a look at vibrant stickers, tags, highly elaborate murals by both local and international artists, and a gallery of work by the artist network Pow! Wow! Worldwide. The images are accompanied by well-researched commentary and a history of Tokyo graffiti, positioning this book as a comprehensive introduction to the best kept secrets Tokyo’s graffiti scene has to offer.

978-0-7643-5290-4 11" x 8 1/2" 501 color images hard cover / 208 pp. $34.99

From the Platform 2

Rockabilly/Psychobilly

More NYC Subway Graffiti, 1983—1989

An Art Anthology

by Paul Cavalieri & Kenny Cavalieri, Foreword by Henry Chalfant

by Jamie Kendall

This is a nostalgic account of the best time and place to be a graffiti writer. In the 1980s, brothers KEY and CAVS immersed themselves in the graffiti scene in the Bronx, dutifully photographing hundreds of tags on now-discontinued MTA subway cars and capturing their proud comrades in the act.

In the Media “An ode to . . . a time when graffiti artists had near-free rein to use the city’s subway trains as their canvases, as much as the transportation agency tried to stop them.” –Mental Floss

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978-0-7643-5516-5 8 1/2" x 11" 609 images hard cover / 208 pp. $34.99

A visual road trip from Route 66 to Route 666, this rockin’ collection of more than 600 artworks presents the unapologetically fun and undeniably cool spirit of rockabilly and psychobilly. The 55 artists featured here represent a global subculture and are some of today’s best lowbrow and cartoon artists, the de facto styles of the genre. Whether you’re burning for nostalgia or learning more about the phenomena, this massive collection is a study of some of the main themes of modern rockabilly culture, respect the past, be proudly defiant, and stay true to what you like.


RECENTLY PUBLISHED POP CULTURE R Modern Gothic The Photographic Art of Jamie Mahon by Jamie Mahon Welcome to the fantasy-made-flesh that is Jamie Mahon’s imagination. Weaving together sublime locations, superb photography, and striking models, this award-winning photographer has created true artwork of the alternative subculture. He and a clique of extraordinary creators have labored to produce images of beautiful women, expertly made up and professionally styled in fantastic surroundings. Whether it’s the ethereal otherworldliness of his Gothic heroines and villainesses, the provocative postures of his fetish performers, or the adrenalin-charged action of his fantasy characters, each image leaps from its page to shock and awe ISBN: 978-0-7643-5324-6 you. Mahon’s imagination is realized with such depth, passion, Size: 7" x 10" and color as to be an entire reality of its own. So come join us in 149 color images this wicked world of sinful style. Pages: 176 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

Justice Howard’s Voodoo Conjure and Sacrifice by Justice Howard, Writings by Voodoo Queen Bloody Mary Be enticed by these dramatically original art photographs that delve into 18 interpretations of the complicated, often misconceived practices of Voodoo. The photos from world renowned photographer Justice Howard, coupled with the insightful words of Voodoo Queen Bloody Mary, reveal raw truth about the world of Voodoo.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5518-9 Size: 6" x 9" 69 color images Pages: 96 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

Praise “Holy Mary Mother of God. This is amazing. I love it.” –Priscilla Presley “[Howard] is a celebrant of all that is best in the art life of our culture.” –Clive Barker

Alvarado’s Cosplay Pin-Ups by Robert Alvarado We all want to see Snow White with tattoos, right? Well, at least photographer Robert Alvarado does. In his newest collection of high-octane, pin-up images, Alvarado shows how his own style of shooting and editing, which has been called cartoonish, illustrated, and painted marries perfectly with cosplay. In more than 150 vibrant, color images, see Alvarado’s take on this pop culture phenomenon as he captures models “cosing" as characters from Buck Rogers, Deadpool, Star Wars, your favorite D.C. and Marvel franchises, and much more.

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POP CULTURE RECENTLY PUBLISHED Eric Stanton & the History of the Bizarre Underground by Richard Pérez Seves Tracing the rise of commercial fetish art from its shadowy beginnings in the 1940s to its acceptance in the 1970s, this illustrated biography explores the unconventional life and art of Eric Stanton, a pioneering sexual fantasist who helped shape the movement. With more than 400 rare images and interviews with Stanton’s family and closest associates, this biography chronicles the infamous circle of patrons, publishers, and cult icons populating his subterranean world, including Irving Klaw, John Willie, Bettie Page, Steve Ditko, and Gene Bilbrew. It is the untold, secret history of a misunderstood culture, the abuses ISBN: 978-0-7643-5542-4 of government authority, social intolerance, and gangsters. Size: 7" x 10" But above all, it is a tale about survival against all odds and an 280+ images artist who had the courage to stay true to himself. Pages: 288 Binding: hard cover Price: $29.99

Eye See You The Art of Oliver Hibert by Angelo Madrigale and Oliver Hibert, Foreword by Wayne Coyne You’ll find neo-psychedelic artist Oliver Hibert blending in as living art among examples of his fine art, illustration, and design, including his unique recreation of the tarot deck. Building off of features in publications including Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose, and Beautiful Decay, this title breaks down Hibert’s quest for the “Superflat” using his favored medium of acrylic.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5443-4 Size: 8" x 10" 283 color images Pages: 176 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

In the Media “A must-have for collectors and fans of contemporary art.” –Antiques and the Arts Weekly “Sean Ono Lennon described the artist’s work, ’like Hello Kitty dreaming of Aleister Crowley on ketamine.’” –AntiqueWeek

It Must Be Art Big O Poster Artists of the 1960s and ’70s by Michael Fishel and Nigel Suckling, Foreword by Roger Dean Throughout the 1960s and 70s, London-based Big O Posters helped define the new and democratic art medium of the psychedelic poster, a vehicle for rebellion against the old order that went hand in hand with the music, literature, and film of the time. This is a comprehensive collection of works published by Big O artists, astonishingly creative folks whose artistry developed almost completely outside the influence of the art establishment. Included in more than 300 images are works by 19 artists, including Martin Sharp, Roger Dean, H.R. Giger, Robert Venosa, and Vali Myers whose signature styles include sci-fi, ISBN: 978-0-7643-5548-6 fantasy, visionary, botanical, and surrealism. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 300+ images Pages: 304 Binding: hard cover Price: $50.00 18


RECENTLY PUBLISHED POP CU CULTURE 978-0-7643-5437-3 6" x 9" 94 color images soft cover / 112 pp. $9.99

The Essential Guide to UFO Sightings since 1945

978-0-7643-5526-4 6" x 9" 77 images and illustrations hard cover / 192 pp. $24.99

Paranormal Research A Comprehensive Guide to Building a Strong Team

by Frank Schwede Over 10 important basic UFO sightings and topics that delve into the mysteries of the universe. Includes UFOs over Germany, the Soviet Union, and the US; the Roswell Incident; and more.

In the Media “A small but mighty collection of specific UFO cases that many readers may have heard of or read about at one point in time.” –Haunt Jaunts

by Jack Kenna Paranormal investigator Jack Kenna from Paranormal Survivor and Haunted Case Files provides the steps necessary to build and grow a successful paranormal team and to research and investigate haunted locals. This comprehensive, easy-to-understand guide offers a wealth of knowledge and experience for a start-to-finish setup for paranormal investigations.

978-0-7643-5423-6 6" x 9" 22 b/w images soft cover / 160 pp. $16.99

978-0-7643-5529-5 6" x 9" 6 b/w images soft cover / 112 pp. $16.99

Unidentifiable Flying Objects

Fingerprints and Phantoms

The Dwindling Probability of Solving the UFO Enigma

True Tales of Law Enforcement Encounters with the Paranormal and the Strange

by Jordan Hofer and David Barker UFO research in the twentieth century was daunting, fraught with misidentification, blurry photos, and fraud. Now, with millions of drones in our skies and superb computer graphics, the twentyfirst century threatens to overwhelm ufology with trickery and truly unidentifiable flying objects. Discover new challenges and whether we will ever understand the truth.

by Paul Rimmasch In a profession dominated by logic, law, evidence, and science, are there some things that simply cannot be explained? Join a veteran crime scene investigator as he explores 26 chilling true and scary stories collected over two decades.

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PUT THE NEEDLE ON THE RECORD

THE 100 GREATEST CONSOLE VIDEO GAMES

ALTERNATIVE MOVIE POSTERS

ALTERNATIVE MOVIE POSTERS II

The 1980s at 45 Revolutions Per Minute

1977-1987

Film Art from the Underground

More Film Art from the Underground

978-0-7643-4618-7 7" X 10" / 240 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-4566-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-4986-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $34.99

THE GOOD, THE TOUGH & THE DEADLY

WORLD GONE WILD

SCARS & STRIPES The Culture of Modern Roller Derby

Action Movies & Stars 1960s–Present

A Sur vivor’s Guide to Post-apocalyptic Movies

978-0-7643-4995-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 560 pp. / HC / $45.00

978-0-7643-4587-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 432 pp. / HC / $34.99

SURF NYC

THE SKATEBOARD ART OF JIM PHILLIPS

SURF, SKATE & ROCK ART OF JIM PHILLIPS

978-0-7643-2807-7 9" X 12" / 208 pp. / PB / $30.00

978-0-7643-1927-3 9" X 12" / 208 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-3831-1 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 272 pp. / HC / $39.99

VHS: VIDEO COVER ART 1980s to Early 1990s

978-0-7643-4867-9 12" X 9" / 264 pp. / HC / $34.99

NO MERCY Roller Derby Life on the Track

978-0-7643-3836-6 11 3/4" X 9" / 208 pp. / HC / $39.99

ROCK POSTERS OF JIM PHILLIPS 978-0-7643-2531-1 9" X 12" / 208 pp. / PB / $29.95

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978-0-7643-5029-0 12" X 9" / 136 pp. / HC / $34.99

PINBALL WIZARDS & BLACKLIGHT DESTROYERS

978-0-7643-4689-7 11" X 8 1/2" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

MIND MELTER

MAIDO

The Art of Dirty Donny Gillies

A Coloring Book for the Twisted and Unhinged

A Gaijin’s Guide to Japanese Gestures and Culture

978-0-7643-5178-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 152 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-5280-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 56 pp. / PB / $16.99

978-0-7643-5267-6 6" X 9" / 136 pp. / PB / $12.99


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FROM THE PLATFORM

ITALIAN TATTOO FLASH

Subway Graffiti, 1983–1989

The Best of Times Collection

NEW YORK SUBWAY GRAFFITI

The Artwork of Chris Daze Ellis

978-0-7643-4626-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-3339-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-5105-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 168 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-3723-9 11" X 8 1/2" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

DON1, THE KING FROM QUEENS The Life and Photos of a NYC Transit Graffiti Master

DAZEWORLD

BLADE

KOLORSTORM

SLAVE TO THE NEEDLE

King of Graffiti

The Art of Louie “KR.ONE" Gasparro

978-0-7643-4661-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-5185-3 9" X 12" / 144 pp. / HC / $34.99

20 Years of Original Art from a Celebrated Seattle Tattoo Shop

978-0-7643-4500-5 12" X 9" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-5268-3 9" X 12" / 192 pp. / HC / $29.99

REVELATIONS

INSIDE THE TATTOO CIRCUS

BUSHIDO

The Photography of Justice Howard

A Journey through the Modern World of Tattoos

Legacies of the Japanese Tattoo

Ancient to Modern

978-0-7643-1201-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-3602-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / HC / $39.99

Classic American Tattoos, 1900-1950

978-0-7643-4798-6 9" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $45.00

978-0-7643-3145-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / PB / $39.99

SAILOR JERRY’S TATTOO STENCILS

CLASSIC FLASH IN FIVE BOLD COLORS

CLASSIC FLASH 2 IN 5 BOLD COLORS

978-0-7643-1562-6 9" X 12" / 80 pp. / PB / $25.00

978-0-7643-3165-7 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $25.00

978-0-7643-3867-0 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $25.00

FILIPINO TATTOOS

FLASH FROM THE BOWERY 978-0-7643-3928-8 11 3/4" X 9" / 400 pp. / BOX SET / $99.99

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CELESTE GIULIANO’S PIN-UPS IN 3-D

ALVARADO’S CLASSIC MODERN PIN-UPS

978-0-7643-5179-2 7" X 10" / 112 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-3892-2 9" X 12" / 144 pp. / HC / $34.99

BUNNY YEAGER’S PIN-UP GIRLS OF THE 1950S

GORGEOUS & GORY

CHOCOLATE CHEESECAKE

CHOCOLATE CHEESECAKE 2

The Zombie Pinup Collection

Celebrating the Modern Black Pin-Up

978-0-7643-1473-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.95

978-0-7643-4784-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-4815-0 9" X 12" / 160 pp. / HC / $34.99

A Second Ser ving of Modern Black Pinups

PAUL YANDELL, SECOND TO THE BEST

978-0-7643-4444-2 9" X 12" / 144 pp. / HC / $34.99

WINGS OF ANGELS

PAINTED ALIVE

A Tribute to the Art of World War II Pinup & Aviation Vol.1

The Fine Art Bodypainting of Craig Tracy

978-0-7643-4640-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-4152-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $34.99

SUBWAY BEATS

ELECTRIC GUITARS

BLUES HANDS

978-0-7643-0964-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $39.95

978-0-7643-4963-8 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

Celebrating New York City Buskers

978-0-7643-5182-2 6" X 6" / 304 pp. / HC / $19.99

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ALVARADO’S PIN-UP NUDES

A Sideman’s Chronicle

978-0-7643-5048-1 6" X 9" / 288 pp. / HC / $24.99

BUNNY YEAGER’S BIKINI GIRLS OF THE 1950S 978-0-7643-2002-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-5253-9 9" X 12" / 160 pp. / HC / $34.99

UNSTRUNG HEROES Fifty Guitar Greats You Should Know

978-0-7643-5088-7 7" X 10" / 304 pp. / HC / $34.99

GRETSCH 6120 The History of a Legendary Guitar

978-0-7643-3484-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.99


ART & DESIGN


NEW THIS SEASON ART & DESIGN

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER [Brooklyn On My Mind] celebrates more than 80 years of Black art in Brooklyn and keeps a critical aspect of our city’s history alive. –Chirlaine McCray, First Lady of New York City

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5652-0 Size: 9" x 12" Illustrations: 395 color images Pages: 272 Binding: hard cover Price: $60.00

Brooklyn On My Mind Black Visual Artists from the WPA to the Present by Myrah Brown Green, Foreword by Chirlane McCray This new resource assembles 134 Black artists and their magnificent works, highlighting their important contributions to art worldwide. Beginning with the Brooklyn-based artists active during the Works Progress Administration years and continuing with artists approaching their prime today, the collection spans 80 years of art. From highly publicized artists to rising talent, each is tied to Brooklyn in their own way. Artists include Jacob Lawrence, Otto Neals, Onnie Millar, Kehinde Wiley, Dindga McCannon, Melvin Edwards, Dread Scott, Xenobia Bailey, Dr. Vivian Schuyler Key, Kay Brown, Russell Frederick, and many more. Seven chapters highlight overarching themes that connect the artists, besides their Brooklyn connections. A foreword by New York City’s “first lady,” Chirlane McCray, marks the importance of Brooklyn’s Black creators within the city’s art community. Gathers 134 Black visual artists whose work spans eighty years

Masterful work shows the important contributions these artists have made

Pieces include paintings, sculpture, collage, printmaking, photographs, mixed media, and public art installations

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National print and online publicity pitch • Regional New York media campaign • Social media outreach

Dr. Myrah Brown Green is an art historian, lecturer, and independent curator. Her quilts are in a number of prestigious collections. For the past decade she has devoted her time to assisting artists in documenting and archiving their art. Photo by Randall Duchaine

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TIMELESS 978-0-7643-4974-4 $60.00 | 384 pp.

AND STILL WE RISE 978-0-7643-4928-7 $34.99 | 208 pp.


NEW THIS SEASON ART & DESIGN

AVAILABLE OCTOBER Turbulent times and a complicity of silence make this book a vitally important statement so women’s voices can be heard through their images. –Elizabeth Sackler, from the foreword

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5653-7 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 334 color images Pages: 224 Binding: hard cover Price: $45.00

50 Contemporary Women Artists Groundbreaking Contemporary Art from 1960 to Now John Gosslee and Heather Zises, editors; Foreword by Elizabeth Sackler This one-of-a-kind compendium serves as a reminder of women’s strength in the contemporary art market place, and acts as testament to the innovation, power, and necessity of women’s art and its influence. Featuring a select group of living women artists and architects who have made significant and groundbreaking contributions to contemporary art, the volume profiles an international cross-section of women artists—from emerging to established—who address critical, social, environmental, psychological, historical, and social issues through their art. Included are works by five MacArthur Foundation Fellows. Ultimately, this book promotes women artists in an ongoing dialogue through the exploration of their work and process, while offering fresh perspectives on feminism and notions of cultural power. Readers receive a unique glimpse of seminal works such as Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party, as well as brand new pieces inspired by the Women’s March on Washington in 2017. Complete with a foreword by Elizabeth Sackler, PhD, this compilation is ideal for educators, students, curators, collectors, and all those who support the arts. Showcases the world’s most influential women artists and architects

An international cross-section of living women artists who address critical issues through their art

Features artists Judy Chicago, Marilyn Minter, Kara Walker, Shirin Neshat, and Maya Lin

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National print and online publicity push • Early market seeding through NetGalley • Targeted outreach to feminist and art influencers EMERGING FROM THE SHADOWS, VOL. I 978-0-7643-4861-7 $59.99 | 336 pp.

OPEN APERTURE 978-0-7643-5540-0 $34.99 | 160 pp.

John Gosslee is the editor-in-chief of New York City based art magazine Quiet Lunch. He also runs PANK and Fjords Review. His poetry is widely published. Heather Zises is an independent curator and Founder of (READ)art, a curatorial platform for contemporary art and culture. Having launched her career at Pace Gallery and Phillips, her research interests embrace feminist and identity-based practices.

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ART & DESIGN NEW THIS SEASON

AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER Culture is like one pearl added to another to make a chain. We each contribute to the other. But once you’re on your own, do that which comes from within. –Beatrice Wood

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5595-0 Size: 6" x 9" Illustrations: 132 b/w images Pages: 256 Binding: soft cover Price: $19.99

I Shock Myself Beatrice Wood, Career Woman of Art by Beatrice Wood In her own charming, spirited, and readable style, Beatrice Wood tells us the story of her unorthodox life and her influence on 20th-century art. Rebellious, radical, and romantic, Wood (1893–1998) defied propriety to become a true national, and international, treasure. Her absorbing autobiography includes vintage documents and her own personal photos and sketches of her many famous friends and acquaintances in the art world. She became romantically involved with the Dadaist Marcel Duchamp, and offers rare glimpses into the lives of her circle, including key cultural figures like Constantin Brancusi, Isadora Duncan, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Anais Nin, and Krishnamurti. At age forty Wood studied ceramics and went on to become one of the major ceramists of the 20th century, working until her death at age 105. This captivating chance to enjoy Wood’s rare charisma and spirit provides a better understanding of American art and the people who have shaped it. Wood’s charming candor brings to life nearly ten decades of worldshaping events in art

Wood took her first ceramics class at age 40, going on to became a major artist

“The Mama of Dada,” she worked with Duchamp and Roche to establish Dadaism in New York

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National pitch to art and women’s interest media • Social media outreach • General newsletter inclusion

Rebellious, radical, and romantic, Beatrice Wood defied propriety to become a true American, and international, treasure. At the age of forty she studied ceramics and went on to become a major ceramist of the 20th century.

EMERGING FROM THE SHADOWS, VOL. I 978-0-7643-4861-7 $59.99 | 336 pp.

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NEW THIS SEASON ART & DESIGN

AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER May this book of imagery bring as much delight to you as it has to me. –Leslie Haines, author & illustrator

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5597-4 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 26 color images Pages: 32 Binding: hard cover Price: $16.99

Animal Abecedary A One-of-a-Kind Alphabet Book by Leslie Haines This original animal alphabet series with its sophisticated imagery was created to appeal to adults but children delight in it as well. The book explores unusual imagery juxtapositions pairing alphabet letters with animals and unexpected objects beginning with that same letter. The series started when artist Leslie Haines discovered a human-faced walrus in an old engraving book. She was so drawn to that image that she felt inspired to create a visual story with the walrus as the central figure. The cicada-carrying cat was next, and from there, the rest of the alphabet was not far behind. Letterpress type, vintage engravings, original drawings, found objects, photography, and old book pages all mix together in collages that reveal original, inventive, and humorous scenarios. Animal Abecedary is truly a one-of-a-kind alphabet book that will bring hours of enjoyment and discovery to all ages. An original alphabet artwork series pairing animals and objects in delightfully humorous and sophisticated ways

The book contains 26 amusing, colorful collages that pair vintage engravings with letterpress type and textures

A wig-wearing walrus, a robot riding a rhino, and a bonus poster with all their friends awaits

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Regional Tennessee publicity push • National general publicity push • Social media outreach RHYMES OF EARLY JUNGLE FOLK 978-0-7643-4937-9 $19.99 | 128 pp.

Leslie Haines has 30 years of experience in the field of graphic design and applies her skills, sense of humor, and love of type and texture to creating original imagery in the form of digital collage. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

ALTERNATIVE MOVIE POSTERS II 978-0-7643-4986-7 $34.99 | 208 pp. 27


ART & DESIGN NEW THIS SEASON

AVAILABLE AUGUST Palley has mastered the art of capturing breathtaking photos of wildfires and his magical images of the night sky. –Time

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5573-8 Size: 10" x 8" Illustrations: 110 color images Pages: 144 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

Terra Flamma Wildfires at Night by Stuart Palley From the towering pines of Shasta Trinity National Forest, to the chaparral scrub of San Diego’s Mexican border, to Yosemite and the Western Sierras, trained wildland firefighter and photojournalist Stuart Palley documents California’s raging wildfires and the forces behind them during the state’s worst fire season in modern history. The dramatic images, a half-decade in the making, capture the simultaneous beauty and destruction that wildfires bring as fire seasons get longer and more deadly, expensive, and destructive. In the wake of California’s record-breaking series of wildfires in 2017, the images encompass five fire seasons and forty-five fires. They are presented chronologically and culminate with the wine country fire siege that devastated Sonoma and Napa counties in October 2017 and the Thomas Fire in Southern California, the largest in recorded state history. This timely book defines the state’s drought and urban sprawl challenges, drawing a broader picture of global warming and its acute effects worldwide. Nighttime photographs of 75 California wildfires take readers into a terrifying world off-limits to the public

110 long-exposure color photographs are accompanied by the stories and statistics behind each wildfire

Contains a broader commentary on global warming and its acute effects worldwide

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National print and online media advertising • Natural science and photography publicity push • Regional California publicity push

Stuart Palley is a Southern California native with a background in photojournalism and history. He is a recognized expert on nighttime photography and has documented roughly seventy-five fires in five years, trained as a wildland firefighter, and traveled from the US/Mexico border in San Diego to the Shasta Trinity National Forest near Oregon to make the book’s images.

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THE EVER-CHANGING COASTLINE 978-0-7643-5487-8 $29.99 | 160 pp.

ARCHIPELAGO NEW YORK 978-0-7643-5507-3 $29.99 | 144 pp.


NEW THIS SEASON ART & DESIGN

AVAILABLE OCTOBER Brilliantly reveals why western art is more than a regional phenomenon, and the narrative of the American West is significant and revered worldwide. –Mark D. Tarrant, Altamira Fine Art

SPECS Cowboys 978-0-7643-5619-3 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 193 color images 176 pp. / HC / $34.99 Native Americans 978-0-7643-5620-9 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 156 color images 144 pp. / HC / $29.99

Western Art of the Twenty-First Century by E. Ashley Rooney, Foreword by Seth Hopkins Readers are invited to re-examine the history of the West and its art through a multi-faceted contemporary lens. More than 70 artists are included who reflect the tremendous diversity, depth, and breadth of a field steeped in history. While some follow the traditions established by Remington and Russell, others seek to break from tradition, busting myths and bringing new insights and artistic styles to the genre. They come from both sides of the Mississippi and have pedigrees that range from bona fide cowboy or Native American credentials to careers in commercial illustration. The unifying theme is a common concern for and commitment to their art and the West itself.

Cowboys

HARVEY CAPLIN’S REAL COWBOYS & THE OLD WEST 978-0-7643-3434-4 $39.99 | 160 pp.

In this volume, contemporary artists are featured whose work revolves around the American Cowboy. Within these pages, many different artists, some of whom have been cowboys themselves, exhibit their rendition of the wonderful world of the West.

Native Americans In this volume, contemporary artists are featured whose work revolves around Native Americans. A significant majority of the imagery produced featuring Native American subjects taps into the idea of a lost cause or vanishing race. Consequently, the most often heard request from native peoples is recognition that they still exist and in many cases are thriving as they revive or maintain their culture. The art created by artists herein also plays a role in helping reinforce the fact that Native American culture, while still threatened, is viable among many tribes.

COWBOY TEXTILES 978-0-7643-3681-2 $29.99 | 144 pp.

As co-authors, Seth Hopkins and Ashley Rooney balance each other and offer different experiences and perspectives. Seth Hopkins is the executive director of the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia. Ashley is the author of more than 55 books for Schiffer Publishing, specializing in contemporary art and architecture.

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Regional push to western magazines • Pitch to Art History media • Early availability through NetGalley

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ART & DESIGN NEW THIS SEASON

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER Carving ice is a good reminder that no art lasts forever; that, in the end, art is not about creating a permanent object, but about changing people. –Ben Firth, artist

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5641-4 Size: 7" x 7" Illustrations: 172 color images Pages: 160 Binding: hard cover Price: $19.99

Contemporary Ice Sculpture by Barbara Purchia and E. Ashley Rooney, Contributions by Dick Brickley, Justin Gordon, James Stugart In this collection of works by more than 25 contemporary ice artists, discover a fascinating art medium defined by its ephemeral nature. Merging creativity and engineering, today’s ice artist can create incredibly complex artwork, featured here in more than 150 photos. Ice sculpting’s history and impact are described by champion sculptor James Stugart, including events such as the ice festival in Harbin, China, and creations like Lapland’s Icehotel. Sculpting firm owner Justin Gordon explains the tools and techniques, and Dick Brickley, former chair of the BP World Ice Arts Championships held in Fairbanks, Alaska, relates the history of this largest international competition. As sculptor Ben Firth says, “Carving ice is a good reminder that no art lasts forever; that, in the end, art is not about creating a permanent object, but about changing people.” Mesmerizing blends of water, air, and light by 25 top ice artists

Unlike most treasured artwork, the ephemeral nature of ice sculpture is key to its impact

Peek inside the unusual camaraderie of these artists— working together, comparing techniques, sharing successes

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Social media marketing campaign • Publicity outreach to fine art lists • Early promotion on NetGalley

Barbara Purchia and E. Ashley Rooney’s previous books include Contemporary Sand Sculpture. Rooney specializes in contemporary art and architecture and has authored more than 50 books. Purchia is a stained glass artist. As coauthors, they offer complementary experiences and perspectives.

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GLASS ART 978-0-7643-5188-4 $50.00 | 240 pp.

CONTEMPORARY SAND SCULPTURE 978-0-7643-5474-8 $19.99 | 160 pp.


RECENTLY PUBLISHED RECENTLY PUBLISHEDPUBLIS ART & DESIGN ART & DE DESIGN 978-0-7643-5435-9 8 1/2" x 11" 425 images hard cover / 192 pp. $34.99

978-0-7643-5415-1 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" 27 images hard cover / 144 pp. $19.99

Damsels in Design

Frozen Lives

Women Pioneers in the Automotive Industry, 1939–1959

Karl and Anna Kuerner, Andrew Wyeth’s Iconic Couple

by Constance A. Smith

by LuLynne Streeter

In the mid-1950s, an innovative group of women at General Motors (dubbed the Damsels of Design by marketers) and their counterparts at Ford, Hudson, Studebaker, Packard, and Tucker changed automotive history forever. Read the untold story of the women who excelled in the Mad Men era of automobile and industrial design. Recruited by top CEOs at automotive companies, they developed many of the products we take for granted today. An extraordinary story of exceptional women, Damsels in Design sheds light on those who have too long been in the shadows.

Reflecting unprecedented access to the Kuerner family and their archives, this compellingly readable book reveals the complicated ways that the Kuerners impacted Wyeth. A hardened German soldier, a fragile mother teetering toward madness, small children adrift in hardship, and a lonely young artist—Andrew Wyeth—come together on a farm in eastern Pennsylvania.

Buzz on NetGalley “Essential reading for anyone interested in Wyeth and his art.”

978-0-7643-5421-2 9" x 12" 288 color images hard cover / 288 pp. $60.00

Luxury Design for Living by Steve Huyton Luxury is defined in this stylish look at over 145 examples of ultrahigh-end architecture, automobiles, timepieces, and lifestyle objects. Nearly 300 glossy images showcase the talents of some of the world's most creative designers—some instantly recognizable, others up and coming. Stunning photos of highly engineered houses, sleek furniture, bespoke timepieces, and the fastest, coolest cars are accompanied by a synopsis of the concept and brand. These pristine objects exist in a rarefied realm, offering their owners the ultimate in comfort, performance, and aesthetic pleasure.

978-0-7643-5398-7 12" x 12" 204 images hard cover / 240 pp. $75.00

Scott Fraser Selected Works by Timothy J. Standring, William H. Gerdts, Robert C. Jackson This comprehensive overview, featuring more than 200 thoughtprovoking paintings and drawings, spans 40 years in Fraser’s career. It explores the path of development that took him from being a landscape painter in the 1980s to nationally renowned still-life painter.

In the Media “A no-expense-spared coffee table book . . . chronicles the progression of Fraser’s oeuvre.” –Art & Object “The handsome book published . . . to highlight the four-decade career of one of America’s leading still life painters.” –Fine Art Connoisseur 31


ART & DESIGN RECENTLY PUBLIS PUBLISHED Human Tribe by Alison Wright A page-turner in the most exquisite sense, this book of over 160 portraits expresses the emotive beauty of the human face. Documentary photographer Alison Wright traveled to every continent to capture the diversity of the human tribe, from South America to Africa, Asia, and points in between.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5396-3 Size: 8" x 8" 161 color images Pages: 176 Binding: hard cover Price: $29.99

Buzz on NetGalley “A gorgeous collection showcasing the collective spirit of humanity.” “An astonishing collection.” “Vibrant and visually stunning.”

Open Aperture The Evolution of Photography in an Abstract World by Paul Matte Just as George Eastman’s invention of roll film changed the world’s artistic outlook, so too have Instagram and other communications technologies multiplied the possibilities for artistic expression. This retrospective, organized by genre rather than year, explores important categories such as camera-less photograms, self-portraiture, environmental portraiture, street photography, documentation, and abstraction. It contains examples of the groundbreaking work of photographers from Diane Arbus, Edward Weston, and Alfred Stieglitz to Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg, often grouping the artists together in unexpected ways. It will inspire fine art photographers to ISBN: 978-0-7643-5540-0 challenge preconceived concepts, overcome creative block, Size: 7" x 10" and become part of the new avant-garde. 139 color and b/w images Pages: 160 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

Jazz in Available Light Illuminating the Jazz Greats from the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s Stories and Photographs by Veryl Oakland, Foreword by Quincy Jones Through both personal stories and stunning photographs captured behind the scenes— including scores of images never before published—lose yourself in this bygone era of jazz that celebrates dozens of the most recognized and formidable jazz artists spanning three decades. As a freelance jazz photojournalist who devoted nearly thirty years in search of the great jazz musicians, Veryl Oakland profiles the music’s masters in a wide variety of settings— under the spotlight, in their homes, and far from the stage—in a personalized manner unique for jazz publications. ISBN: 978-0-7643-5483-0 Size: 9" x 12" 350 b/w images Pages: 288 Binding: hard cover Price: $60.00 32


RECENTLY PUBLISHED ART & DESIGN 978-0-7643-5474-8 7" x 7" 250+ color images hard cover / 160 pp. $19.99

Contemporary Sand Sculpture by Barbara Purchia & E. Ashley Rooney, Foreword by Todd Vander Pluym, Introduction by Kirk Rademaker

978-0-7643-5440-3 12" x 9" 200 b/w images hard cover / 224 pp. $45.00

Weapons of Mass Destruction Specters of the Nuclear Age by Martin Miller

Part performance art and part engineering, sand sculpture has become amazingly sophisticated as artists explore the boundaries of their skill with sand as a medium. Revel in the dazzling array of sculptural figures and styles in this photographic tour of sandscapes from around the world.

From a single bomb after the Nagasaki attack, the United States would build some 70,000 nuclear weapons over the course of the Cold War. Why were so many bombs necessary? How did both sides build and deploy so many bombs? This book answers these questions and more, showing these weapons in the author’s own high quality photographs.

In the Media

In the Media

“Take a worldwide adventure today by letting your eyes travel through this book.” –Todd Vander Pluym, president of Sand Sculptors International

“An in-depth and comprehensive tour of a complex and dangerous period of history.” –Jim Walther, Director, National Museum of Nuclear Science & History

978-0-7643-5444-1 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 157 color images hard cover / 112 pp. $24.99

Reptiles & Amphibians in Contemporary Art

978-0-7643-5515-8 8 1/2" x 11" 260+ color images hard cover / 208 pp. $34.99

Fraver by Design 5 Decades of Theatre Poster Art from Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Beyond

by E. Ashley Rooney, Foreword by Kim Diment, Introduction by Carel P. Brest van Kempen

by Frank “Fraver" Verlizzo

Twenty artists take as their inspiration the reptiles and amphibians that surround us. The unusual shapes, colors, and bodies of amphibians and reptiles—chameleons, turtles, snakes, frogs, and even dinosaurs—are here, in media ranging from fiber to glass, and from paper to gold.

Celebrate the artwork of Frank “Fraver" Verlizzo with more than 250 of his theatre poster designs. From The Lion King to Moose Murders, you will get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the world of theatrical advertising featuring an additional 40 unpublished poster sketches never before seen for some of Broadway’s favorite shows!

In the Media “Fraver’s theater poster art is daring, delicious, and in all respects ever-lasting and dazzlingly iconic.” –Richard Ridge, BroadwayWorld.com

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ART & DESIGN RECENTLY PUBLISHED Trains Photography of A. Aubrey Bodine by Jennifer B. Bodine This book is A. Aubrey Bodine’s archive of train photographs chronicling mid-twentieth-century rail transportation and the people working on the railroad. Bodine’s images of steam and diesel locomotives document an era passed. Herein contains award-winning pictures, currently popular pictures, historically interesting pictures, and pictures unseen until this volume. These images demonstrate Bodine’s eye for railroads.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5493-9 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 121 b/w images Pages: 128 Binding: hard cover Price: $29.99

Flags Across America by Dale Baskin & Karen S. Robbins Inspiring American flag photos feature celebrations, historical events, folk and fine art, military and veterans, exploration, Arlington cemetery, and everyday American life. Stories about the flag are woven throughout the book. Flags Across America is a patriotic book all Americans will love. A timeless treasure!

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5489-2 Size: 10" x 8" 354 color images Pages: 208 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

In the Media “Inspiring . . . Americans from all walks of life will want to have it in their homes.” –Robert (Bob) C. Knudsen “Heart-warming and memorable.” –Colonel Gail Halvorsen

The Last Veterans of World War II Portraits and Memories by Richard Bell Chronicling the many faces of the WWII effort, these contemporary black-and-white portraits of the longest surviving veterans remind us that the war comprised a collection of Americans from all walks of life. This collection is inspiring for people of all ages and backgrounds.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5362-8 Size: 9" x 9" 89 b/w photos Pages: 128 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99 34

In the Media “A special and meaningful achievement.” –George H.W. Bush, former president of the United States


FEATURED BACKLIST ART & DESIGN

PRINCIPLES OF COLOR

CREATIVE COLOR

COLOR PERCEPTION IN ART

EVOLUTION IN COLOR

978-0-88740-103-9 8" X 8" / 96 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-88740-096-4 8 1/4" X 10 1/4" / 128 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-88740-064-3 8" X 8" / 88 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-88740-143-5 7 3/4" X 10" / 88 pp. / PB / $14.95

COLOR: LIGHT, SIGHT, SENSE

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MARY VAUX WALCOTT

SAM HYDE HARRIS: 1889– 1977 A RETROSPECTIVE

FOLK ART MURALS OF THE RUFUS PORTER SCHOOL

A Pictorial Biography of His Life and Work

New England Landscapes: 1825-1845

978-0-88740-139-8 9 1/4" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $49.95

978-0-7643-4972-0 6" X 9" / 176 pp. / HC / $24.99

978-0-7643-2591-5 9" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $79.95

978-0-7643-3725-3 9" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $59.99

EMERGING FROM THE SHADOWS, VOL. I

EMERGING FROM THE SHADOWS, VOL. II

EMERGING FROM THE SHADOWS, VOL. III

EMERGING FROM THE SHADOWS, VOL. IV

A Survey of Women Artists Working in California, 1860-1960

A Sur vey of Women Artists Working in California, 1860-1960

A Survey of Women Artists Working in California, 1860-1960

A Survey of Women Artists Working in California, 1860-1960

978-0-7643-4861-7 9" X 12" / 336 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-7643-4862-4 9" X 12" / 352 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-7643-4886-0 9" X 12" / 320 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-7643-4887-7 9" X 12" / 336 pp. / HC / $59.99

AFTER IMAGES

PAINTED LANDSCAPES

ENCAUSTIC ART IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY 978-0-7643-5023-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 304 pp. / HC / $59.99

LOUIS ICART The Complete Etchings, Revised and Expanded 5th Edition

978-0-7643-4992-8 9" X 12" / 280 pp. / HC / $79.99

978-0-7643-4455-8 9" X 12" / 64 pp. / HC / $50.00

Contemporary Views

978-0-7643-4358-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 272 pp. / HC / $49.99

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ART & DESIGN FEATURED BACKLIST

BODIES OF WORK— CONTEMPORARY FIGURATIVE PAINTING 978-0-7643-4982-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 272 pp. / HC / $49.99

ESCAPE ARTIST The Art of Fran Forman

978-0-7643-4728-3 10" X 10" / 192 pp. / HC / $45.00

BEHIND THE EASEL

THE WATCH AT PEAKED HILL

The Unique Voices of 20 Contemporary Representational Painters

Outer Cape Cod Dune Shack Life, 1953–2003

Paintings Spanning Four Decades

978-0-7643-4978-2 7" X 10" / 224 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-4914-0 12" X 9" / 176 pp. / HC / $50.00

JEWISH TREASURES OF THE CARIBBEAN

LIVING IN THE CHELSEA HOTEL

978-0-7643-4747-4 12" X 12" / 264 pp. / HC / $60.00

ABANDONED NYC 978-0-7643-4761-0 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

The Legacy of Judaism in the New World

THE ART OF PETER SCULTHORPE

978-0-7643-4985-0 7" X 10" / 144 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-5095-5 9" X 11" / 240 pp. / HC / $60.00

SMOKE OVER STEAMTOWN

HARLEM STREET PORTRAITS

978-0-7643-5127-3 12" X 9" / 120 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-4487-9 12" X 9" / 192 pp. / HC / $45.00

BRASS VALLEY

LOCAL HEROES

The Fall of an American Industr y

Portraits of American Volunteer Firefighters

978-0-7643-4930-0 12" X 9" / 240 pp. / HC / $45.00

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978-0-7643-4150-2 12" X 12" / 144 pp. / HC / $45.00

CONEY ISLAND

GRUNTS

40 Years

The Last US Draft, 1972

978-0-7643-3796-3 11 3/4" X 9" / 240 pp. / HC / $49.99

978-0-7643-5302-4 9" X 9" / 128 pp. / HC / $24.99

THE NEUTRON’S LONG SHADOW

THE PHONE BOOK

Legacies of Nuclear Explosives Production in the Manhattan Project

978-0-7643-5237-9 12" X 9" / 208 pp. / HC / $45.00

978-0-7643-4988-1 7" X 7" / 144 pp. / HC / $19.99


FEATURED BACKLIST ART & DESIGN

TIMELESS

FACE TO FACE

PEAK OF PERFECTION

HIDDEN BEAUTY

Photographs by Kamoinge

Portraits of the Human Spirit

978-0-7643-4974-4 9" X 12" / 384 pp. / HC / $60.00

978-0-7643-4366-7 12" X 12" / 208 pp. / HC / $75.00

Nude Portraits of Dancers, Athletes, and Gymnasts

Exploring the Aesthetics of Medical Science

9780-7643-4778-8 11 1/4" X 14 1/4" / 176 pp. / HC IN SLIPCASE / $75.00

978-0-7643-4412-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 232 pp. / HC / $50.00

STIFFS, SKULLS & SKELETONS

THE TRAVELING NATURE PHOTOGRAPHER

SENIOR DOGS ACROSS AMERICA

THE GRAPHIC VEGETABLE

Medical Photography and Symbolism

A Guide for Exploring the Natural World through Photography

978-0-7643-5111-2 12" X 9" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-5187-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 232 pp. / PB / $34.99

OBJECTS OF DESIRE

BOOK COVER DESIGNS

A Showcase of Modern Erotic Products and the Creative Minds behind Them

978-0-7643-5016-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 224 pp. / PB / $34.99

978-0-7643-4746-7 12" X 12" / 328 pp. / HC / $75.00

CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN PRINT MAKERS 978-0-7643-4691-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 240 pp. / PB / $34.99

Food and Art from America’s Soil

978-0-7643-3055-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 176 pp. / PB / $29.99

SONG OF THE BROAD-AXE 978-0-7643-3678-2 12" X 18" / 88 pp. / BOX SET / $350.00

978-0-7643-5104-4 7" X 10" / 272 pp. / HC / $34.99

STREAMLINED

DESIGN CHRONICLES

2CREATE

TIMELESS BEAUTY

Classic Cars of the 20th Century

Significant Mass-Produced Designs of the 20th Century

Art Collaborations in New York City

The Art of Louis Comfort Tiffany

978-0-7643-5265-2 10" X 8" / 296 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-5149-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-4733-7 12" X 9" / 324 pp. / HC / $75.00

978-0-7643-2223-5 9" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $79.95

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ARCHITECTURE


NEW THIS SEASON ARCHITECTURE

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER This is my attempt at . . . coming to terms with history. It is a reflection on the urban upheavals that occurred prior to and during the half-century [where] my life as an architect is embedded. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5643-8 Size: 8" x 10" Illustrations: 138 color and b/w images Pages: 192 Binding: hard cover Price: $45.00

Housing and the City Love versus Hope by Daniel Solomon Housing is a matter of great urgency around the world. In cities that drive technological change and staggering wealth, there is a fierce struggle over two different models of creating affordable living conditions for working people, the poor, and immigrants. In this thoughtful book—part history lesson, part memoir, part essay—award-winning architect Daniel Solomon explores the successes and failures of cities such as San Francisco, Paris, and Rome in a century-long battle between the so-called City of Hope, which sought to replace traditional urban fabric with more rational housing patterns, and the City of Love—love of the city’s layered history and respect for its intricate social fabric. Solomon demonstrates how the City of Hope has repeatedly failed its social purpose and driven a hot wedge into society’s latent divisions, while the City of Love has succeeded as the portal of assimilation and social harmony. Interwoven with stories from Solomon’s own fifty-year career, this engaging book adds a powerful new voice to the housing discussion. It will appeal to planners, architects, and lay people interested in cities as places of continuity, resilience, and refuge. An award-winning architect explores the historical successes and failures of housing the poor

An engaging reflection on a 50year architectural career in the midst of ideological tumult

Federico Fellini, Vladimir Nabokov, Coco Chanel, and Duke Ellington point toward a more humane city

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Architecture media publicity campaign • Social Media campaign • Early market seeding on NetGalley ANATOMY OF A GREAT HOME 978-0-7643-5465-6 $50.00 | 264 pp.

SMALL DREAMS 978-0-7643-5247-8 $14.99 | 72 pp.

Daniel Solomon is an architect and urban designer, and a partner in Mithun/Solomon, San Francisco. His designs for housing and urban neighborhoods have received more than 100 awards. He is professor emeritus at UC Berkeley, was cofounder of the Congress for the New Urbanism, and is the author of four previous books.

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ARCHITECTURE RECEN RECENTLY PUBLISHED SHED 978-0-7643-5420-5 12" x 9" 461 images hard cover / 224 pp. $45.00

978-0-7643-5465-6 8" x 10" 268 images hard cover / 264 pp. $50.00

Heavy Timber Structures

Anatomy of a Great Home

Creating Comfort in Public Spaces

What America’s Most Celebrated Houses Tell Us about the Way We Want to Live

by Anthony F. Zaya and Tim Diener Thirty-five case studies of exemplary public buildings explore how heavy timber framing can address structural, economic, aesthetic, and sustainability issues.

Buzz on NetGalley

by Boyce Thompson A detailed look at award-winning homes designed by nearly three dozen leading American architects. In identifying the details, patterns, and broad strokes that make these homes great, it distills design lessons anyone can use, in all forms of houses and housing.

“One of the nicest [books] I have seen in a while.” “Highly recommend!” “A beautiful, detailed book of churches, homes, businesses, all [using] timber as the focal point of their design.”

978-0-7643-5481-6 10" x 10" 512 images hard cover / 304 pp. $65.00

978-0-7643-5384-0 9" x 12" 288 color images hard cover / 224 pp. $50.00

Villages of West Africa

Modern Masters

An Intimate Journey Across Time

Contemporary Architecture from around the World

by Steven & Cathi House This book reveals the remarkable beauty of the people, land, villages, textiles, and traditional architecture across seven countries of West Africa, situated between the Sahara Desert and Atlantic Ocean. Through keen observations and more than 500 photographs, awardwinning architects Steven & Cathi House celebrate the artisanship of tribal people.

by Steve Huyton Seventy-two sensational properties showcase the talents of some of the world’s most innovative modernist architects. Ranging geographically from the US to Europe, Asia, and South Africa, these houses define luxury, affording their owners an unusually high level of comfort and aesthetic pleasure.

In the Media “Huyton revels in the architect’s engineering savvy in this showcase of more than 70 properties from some of the field’s most celebrated practitioners.” –SRQ Magazine

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RECENTLY PUBLISHED ARCHITECTURE The Historic Barns of Southeastern Pennsylvania Architecture & Preservation, Built 1750–1900 by Gregory D. Huber For anyone who has ever admired a barn on an old country lane, this is the story of that barn and many others in the Pennsylvania hearth, the area of the state east of the Susquehanna River and south of the Blue Mountains.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5319-2 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 286 images Pages: 240 Binding: hard cover Price: $50.00

In the Media “Huber’s passion for barns is boundless.” –Morning Call Mainline Today staff pick “A deep dive into the region’s settlement and farming history.” –Bucks County Courier Times

Storybook Style America’s Whimsical Homes of the 1920s by Arrol Gellner & Douglas Keister Storybook architecture arose on the backlots of Hollywood during the 1920s, where brilliant set designers routinely evoked the romantic architecture of medieval Europe and the Middle East. Inspired by the exotic architecture they saw in these movies, architects and builders added their own fanciful flair. The unforgettable results are portrayed here.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5308-6 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 308 images Pages: 176 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

In the Media “Charts the uniquely American style’s history.” –Daily Mail “The pair quite literally wrote the book on the subject—chronicling the rare, charming homes.” –Artsy 41


ARCHITECTURE RECENTL RECENTLY PUBLISHED LISHED 978-0-7643-5301-7 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 333 images hard cover / 232 pp. $34.99

978-0-7643-5405-2 6" x 9" soft cover / 128 pp. $16.99

Plain Meetinghouses

Remodel Success

Lancaster County Old Order Mennonites Gather to Worship

Home Remodeling Done Right, On Time, and On Budget

by Beth Oberholtzer, Photos by John Herr

by Monica D. Higgins

Old Order Mennonites have called Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, home for 300 years. The author and photographer were granted rare access to these austere houses of worship. The result is a one-of-a-kind book featuring over 300 photos that lovingly document all aspects of the meetinghouses, from the practical aspects of design to the arrangement of benches and tables central to worship.

Using exercises and checklists from a construction management pro, homeowners will learn how to develop and articulate their goals, find the right contractor, make decisions that align with their vision, and manage details, relationships, and budget.

Buzz on NetGalley “A must-read for anyone contemplating a home remodel project.”

In the Media

“In an age of consumer empowerment, Higgins gets it!”

“Rare glimpse inside.” –Lancaster Online “Charming as it is enlightening.” –Mennonite World Review “Lets us into the beautiful space.” –Reading Eagle

978-0-7643-5238-6 12" x 9" 286 images hard cover / 224 pp. $50.00

Contemporary Texas Architecture by E. Ashley Rooney, with Joseph Adams, Kevin Alter, and Craig McMahon This richly illustrated book displays the work of 34 Texas architects whose buildings encourage a renewed celebration of place. These beautiful residences vary in style, scale, budgets, and sites, but they are all positioned to incorporate the Texas light and landscape, and the prospect of climate change.

In the Media Named one of the four Texas Design Books To Add To Your Shelf by luxe.daily “Here’s a healthy does of house envy!” –Reading Glutton

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978-0-7643-5353-6 8 1/2" x 11" 334 images hard cover / 200 pp. $39.99

Antique New England Homes & Barns History, Restoration, and Reinterpretation by Jim DeStefano, P.E., AIA, F.SEI Reveals the essence of antique New England homes and barns— their history, the people who built them, why they were built the way they were, and how to restore them without losing their character.

In the Media “Bursting with ’during’ photos, diagrams, and personal anecdotes.” –Old House Journal


FEATURED BACKLIST ARCHITECTURE

DREAM HOUSES ON THE WATER 978-0-7643-4959-1 9" X 12" / 192 pp. / HC / $50.00

CONTEMPORARY MEXICAN ARCHITECTURE Continuing the Heritage of Luis Barragรกn

CONDO MAKEOVERS

AUTO-TECTURE

Inventive Ideas for Vertical Living

Unique Designs for the Contemporary Garage

978-0-7643-5130-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $34.99

978-7643-4848-8 9" X 12" / 176 pp. / HC / $50.00

TOUR OF FRANK GEHRY & OTHER L.A. ARCHITECTURE

THE CONTEMPORARY LOG HOME

POST & BEAM DREAMS

Solid Wood Homes for Residential Living

978-0-7643-3793-2 9" X 12" / 224 pp. / HC / $49.99

978-0-7643-2715-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $14.95

CONTEMPORARY VILLAS 978-0-7643-3774-1 11 3/4" X 9" / 256 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-7643-4330-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $45.00

978-0-7643-4602-6 9" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $75.00

LIVING BARNS

IGLOO

How to Find and Restore a Barn of Your Own

Contemporar y Vernacular Architecture

CABIN

TREE HOUSES REIMAGINED

Contemporary Vernacular Architecture

Luxurious Retreats for Tranquility and Play

978-0-7643-2410-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.95

978-0-7643-4192-2 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 144 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-4324-7 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 144 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-5150-1 12" X 9" / 176 pp. / HC / $45.00

VINTAGE TRAILER VOYEUR

LEEDING THE WAY

ARTS & CRAFTS HOUSES

MODERN AMERICAN HOMES

A Peek inside the Unique Custom Trailer Culture

Domestic Architecture for the Future: LEED Certified, Green, Passive & Natural

978-0-7643-3670-6 9" X 12" / 176 pp. / HC / $45.00

978-0-7643-5128-0 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 208 pp. / HC / $34.99

Prairie & Craftsman Architecture

978-0-7643-3005-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-4925-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.99 43


ARCHITECTURE FEATURED BACKLIST

WPA BUILDINGS Architecture and Art of the New Deal

978-0-7643-5211-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / HC / $45.00

WALKER & GILLETTE, AMERICAN ARCHITECTS From Classicism through Modernism (1900s–1950s)

978-0-7643-4524-1 9" X 12" / 320 pp. / HC / $99.99

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF LILIAN J. RICE, MASTER ARCHITECT 978-0-7643-4958-4 7" X 10" / 192 pp. / HC / $34.99

Hancock and Mount Lebanon

978-0-7643-4933-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / HC / $34.99

CHATEAU COUNTRY

BUILDING BOSTON

SMALL DREAMS

Du Pont Estates in the Brandywine Valley

Stories of Architectural and Engineering Feats

50 Palm Springs Trailer Homes

PALM SPRINGS MID-CENTURY MODERN

978-0-7643-4415-2 9" X 12" / 272 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-7643-5112-9 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / HC / $24.99

978-0-7643-5247-8 7 1/2" X 5 1/2" / 72 pp. / HC / $14.99

978-0-7643-3461-0 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / HC / $29.99

ARCHITECTURE OF THE PANAMA CANAL ZONE

A GUIDE TO BUILDING NATURAL SWIMMING POOLS

Inspiration for Harmony with Nature

978-0-7643-5083-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $49.99

978-0-7643-2183-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $49.95

Civic and Residential Structures & Townsites

NATURAL SWIMMING POOLS

978-0-7643-4611-8 8 1/8" X 9 1/8" / 480 pp. / HC / $125.00

THE FUTURE ARCHITECT'S TOOL KIT 978-0-7643-5193-8 12" X 9" / 48 pp. / BOX SET / $29.99

ESPALIER FRUIT TREES FOR WALL, HEDGE, AND PERGOLA Installation • Shaping • Care

978-0-7643-4488-6 7" X 10" / 160 pp. / HC / $29.99

BRANDING + INTERIOR DESIGN Visibility and Business Strategy for Interior Designers

978-0-7643-5129-7 6" X 9" / 240 pp. / HC / $29.99 44

THE SHAKER LEGACIES

EZ2 FENG SHUI

GRACIOUS LIVING

A Simple Guide to Decorating Your Home with Intention

Home Design for Your Future

978-0-7643-5194-5 8" X 8" X 1" / 32 pp. / BOX SET / $24.99

978-0-7643-4359-9 9" X 12" / 160 pp. / PB / $45.00


FASHION


NEW THIS FASHION NEW SEASON THIS SEASON FASHION

AVAILABLE OCTOBER Warning: I love GMO cotton. I loathe small business anything. A fair wage isn’t a living wage. Bamboo is as sustainable as eating Drano on toast for breakfast. [Fashion] is an industry of spin masters. –Mercedes Gonzalez

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5623-0 Size: 6" x 9" Pages: 176 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

Chronicles of a Fashion Buyer The Mostly True Adventures of an International Fashion Buyer by Mercedes Gonzalez Fashion is a business of smoke and mirrors, notorious for crushing the souls of most that dare to be part of the industry. Go on a global expedition with New York City-based fashion buyer, strategist, and consultant, Mercedes Gonzalez, as she learns that there is no glamor in fashion and that only cut throat corporate espionage prevails. From politicking with blood diamond dealers and Russian kingpins to living in indigenous villages, she has relied on her street smarts and fear of her uncle in order to outwit the industry tyrants at their own game. The underdog becomes the overlord (atlarge). You’ll want to grab a notebook for all the business (and life) tips this read has to offer. Advance warning, this book will convince you to become a proponent of child labor, an advocate of GMO, and a cynic of organic cotton. In an industry full of smoke and mirrors an authority in fashion cuts through the BS

Blood diamond dealers, international shysters, and Mary Mainstreet all share the fashion dream of runway shows and red carpets

Warning, this read may convince you to become a proponent of child labor, an advocate of GMO, and an organic cotton naysayer MADE FOR WALKING 978-0-7643-5499-1 $24.99 | 192 pp.

PLEATING 978-0-7643-5296-6 $34.99 | 176 pp.

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National fashion and general publicity push • Social media outreach • Targeted outreach to fashion bloggers

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Mercedes Gonzalez, founder of Global Purchasing Companies, is an international retail strategist developing and implementing retail techniques around the world. For more than 25 years her influence has impacted some of the industry norms being used today.


NEW THIS SEASON FASHION

AVAILABLE AUGUST [Denim Branded] will be inspirational to denim lovers, designers, and all who take an interest in the history of fashion and design in general. –Shane Cullen, global design director graphics, Levi Strauss & Co.

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5577-6 Size: 8" x 10" Illustrations: 486 images Pages: 272 Binding: hard cover Price: $45.00

Denim Branded Jeanswear’s Evolving Design Details by Nick Williams with Jenny Corpuz Most take for granted that a pair of jeans is not considered complete without patches, rivets, buttons, and other trims. The existence of such design elements is not questioned because they are seen as the standard. Nick Williams’s book is exclusively dedicated to denim branding and deconstructs every element that goes into branding a pair of jeans. These elements are a jeans’ identity, its source code, a marker from which to discover the jean’s provenance. Through beautiful and inspirational photography, this book tells the fascinating and sometimes surprising history of denim branding from the 1870s to current day. Primary source materials for this book come from the historical archive departments of Levi Strauss & Co., Lee Jeans, Wrangler, Carhartt, and Cone Mills, as well as some of the best contemporary denim brands of today, including Rogue Territory, Dawson Denim, Denham, Kings of Indigo, Endrime, Evisu, Eat Dust, Butcher of Blue, and Tellason. Visual deconstruction of denim branding in archival images and inspiring contemporary photography

Follow the sometimes surprising history of denim branding from the 1870 to today’s best contemporary denim brands

Denim branding explained through the eyes of a graphic designer who worked with original Levi Strauss & Co. archived pieces

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Targeted outreach to fashion bloggers • National fashion and design publicity push • Social media outreach JEANS OF THE OLD WEST, 2ND EDITION 978-0-7643-5263-8 $34.99 | 192 pp.

Nick Williams is a graphic designer who has studied and worked with original Levi Strauss & Co. archived pieces and who continues to work with some of the leading denim houses. Jenny Corpuz is a writer who has a background in sourcing, designing, and product development.

DENIM 978-0-7643-2686-8 $29.95 | 160 pp. 47


FASHION NEW THIS SEASON

AVAILABLE AUGUST Pueblo skill in hand carving, shaping, and stringing beads is second to none . . . [the] highly innovative work produced by Pueblo jewelers illustrates the historical power of their cultural design. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5585-1 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 260 color images Pages: 160 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

Pueblo Bead Jewelry Living Design by Paula A. Baxter, Photography by Barry Katzen The bead played a vital role in Pueblo Indian jewelry design, and its influence continues today in modernist American design. In these pages, featuring more than 250 breathtaking photos, renowned expert Baxter integrates her decades of research with updated findings. Beads were made in the prehistoric American Southwest by the ancestors of the Pueblo Indians and survived into the historical era. Bead jewelry creations in shell, stone, and silver are important in the Native American jewelry marketplace. This book revisits some leading misconceptions about Pueblo jewelry making in the existing literature. A survey of modern Pueblo jewelry innovation confirms that its design is second to none, and discusses how Pueblo design meshed with American mid-century modernist expression. Today’s Pueblo jewelers, also featured here, continue to offer invention and originality. Pueblo jewelry design based on beads, ancient in origin, has deeply influenced Southwestern Native jewelry history

Pueblo bead making began in prehistoric times and continues to provide innovation up to the present day

Revisits some leading misconceptions about Pueblo jewelry making in the existing literature

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Media pitch to jewelry and southwest media • Targeted mailing to southwest retailers • Social media marketing campaign

Paula A. Baxter is an art professional who has worked for such institutions as the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the New York Public Library. She is the author of Southwest Silver Jewelry, Southwestern Indian Rings, and Southwestern Indian Bracelets.

TURQUOISE MINES, MINERALS, AND WEARABLE ART, 2ND EDITION 978-0-7643-5364-2 $29.99 | 176 pp.

PUEBLO DANCING 978-0-7643-3860-1 $39.99 | 176 pp. 48


RECENTLY PUB PUBLISHED RECENTLY PUBLISHED FASHION FASHION 978-0-7643-5499-1 7" x 10" 118 images soft cover / 192 pp. $24.99

978-0-7643-5300-0 8 1/2" x 11" 450+ images hard cover / 224 pp. $49.99

Made for Walking

Classic Beauty

A Modest History of the Fashion Boot

The History of Makeup

by Andy Peake

by Gabriela Hernandez

Social meets fashion history in the tantalizing story of the boot from the Roaring Twenties and Prohibition to online shopping and fashion blogs. Weaving together such unlikely elements as Glam Rock, the martyrdom of Joan of Arc, and the Iran-Contra scandal, it shows how the modern fashion boot plays with our ideas of gender, straddling the line between practical and stylish, between fashion and fetish. Peake, author of the popular Made for Walking blog, includes thought-provoking photos and graphs that look deeply into what boots do, and what we make them do.

This colorful reference book chronicles historic trends for the eyes, lips, and face, and offers in-depth aesthetic reviews of each decade from the 1920s to today. Over 450 images, timelines, and detailed vintage color palettes show the diverse definition of beauty and the evolution of cosmetics from ancient times.

In the Media “A makeup enthusiast’s go-to guide for everything beauty.” –Chic Spy “The beauty nerd in your life will love this book.” –Hello Giggles

978-0-7643-5531-8 8 1/2" x 11" 1,212 images hard cover / 256 pp. $45.00

978-0-7643-5296-6 8 1/8" x 9 1/8" 315 images & diags. hard cover / 176 pp. $34.99

The Fashion Shoe

Pleating

A Timeline of the Twentieth Century

Fundamentals for Fashion Design

by Desire Smith Beatty

by Leon Kalajian and George Kalajian, Foreword by Jack Sauma

This comprehensive survey of women's fashion footwear, with more than 1,000 photos, includes every type of fashion shoe that has walked through the century, from the 1900s through the early 2000s. Along with a decade-by-decade photo timeline, with detailed information on each shoe's design and craftsmanship, every aspect of shoes is also explained. Starting with a clear explanation of the fundamentals of shoe design and the parts of the shoe, this treasure trove of info goes on to cover the great shoe designers and wellknown brands, and the many cultural and societal influences and trends that shoes reflected.

The first book to demystify the technical subject of fabric pleating, this guide assists fashion designers, pattern makers, costumers, and all textile industry professionals. The Kalajians, a father-and-son team whose pleating firm has a 150-year history, offer the basics needed to understand and successfully use pleating.

In the Media “. . . eloquently explains the array of pleating techniques. . . an essential reference.” –Surface Design Association “A beautifully curated collection of photographs showing the possibilities of pleating.” –Threads 49


FASHION RECENTLY PUBLISHED PU 978-0-7643-5498-4 8" x 10" 408 color images hard cover / 224 pp. $39.99

978-0-7643-5495-3 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 534 color images hard cover / 240 pp. $34.99

The Gentleman’s Pocket Knife

Chasing Time

History and Construction of the World’s Most Beautiful Models

Vintage Wristwatches for the Discerning Collector

by Stefan Schmalhaus

by Alistair Gibbons

Revealed are the most beautiful pocket knives from old standards of past generations such as Boker, Puma, Forge de Laguiole, Saladini, Case, Great Eastern Cutlery, and Queen Cutlery to the more modern Claude Dozorme, Neptunia, Fantoni, and Rockstead. Interesting facts about the history and technology of pocket knives add to an assortment of stylish, striking, and elegant pocket knives that anyone can cut into.

The collection encapsulated in this book is a step into the world of vintage watch collecting, with a range of photographs, intricate research, and accessible reference material that will intrigue the casual and avid enthusiast. The collection showcases some of the most interesting, luxurious, and functional twentieth-century (1930–1980) mechanical timepieces ever to be produced, including Heuer’s Autavia, Rolex’s Submariner, Gallet’s Multi Chron, Zenith’s De Luca, and the Universal Space Compax.

978-0-7643-4905-8 8 1/4" x 8 1/4" 255 color images hard cover / 240 pp. $34.99

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978-0-7643-5164-8 9" x 12" 300 color images hard cover / 312 pp. $50.00

About Time

Limited Edition Watches

Celebrating Men’s Watches

150 Exclusive Modern Designs

by Ivar Hauge Line

by Stephen Huyton

This celebration of high-end men’s wristwatches is a collection of essays, timelines, and more than 250 color photographs. The book ranges from in-depth looks at specific models, including classics and contemporary timepieces, to overviews of pilot’s watches, diver’s watches, and other watches developed for specific purposes.

Welcome to a celebration of alternatively designed wrist- and pocket watches, which honors innovative craftsmanship within the world of modern horology. A wristwatch made entirely of wooden parts, a timepiece designed after a Ferrari engine, and other one-of-a-kind movements, are just a few examples of the variety of watches.


FEATURED BACKLIST FASHION

WOMEN’S HATS OF THE 20TH CENTURY For Designers and Collectors

978-0-7643-0204-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 240 pp. / HC / $49.99

1,000 HATS 978-0-7643-2403-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 240 pp. / HC / $39.95

APRONS OF THE MID-TWENTIETH CENTURY To Ser ve & Protect

978-0-7643-1341-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

THE ART OF FASHION ACCESSORIES 978-0-88740-461-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 240 pp. / HC / $59.95

BLUEPRINTS OF FASHION Home Sewing Patterns of the 1950s

978-0-7643-0919-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $29.99

THE SNEAKER BOOK 50 Years of Sports Shoe Design

978-0-7643-2188-7 9" X 6" / 256 pp. / HC / $40.00

HATS 978-0-7643-0030-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / HC / $39.95

BAKER’S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HATPINS AND HATPIN HOLDERS 978-0-7643-0485-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 204 pp. / HC / $39.95

STETSON HATS & THE JOHN B. STETSON COMPANY 1865-1970

978-0-7643-0211-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.95

CHILDREN’S HANDKERCHIEFS A Two Hundred Year History

978-0-7643-0430-9 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / HC / $39.95

HOT SHOES One Hundred Years

978-0-7643-0435-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 224 pp. / HC / $49.95

VINTAGE COMPACTS & BEAUTY ACCESSORIES 978-0-7643-0110-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.95

IN STEP WITH FASHION

COMPACTS

FASHION FOOTWEAR

PLATFORM SHOES

Powder and Paint

1800-1970

A Big Step in Fashion

200 Years of Shoe Styles

978-0-7643-0055-4 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-1132-1 9" X 6" / 256 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-0459-0 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-2817-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

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FASHION FEATURED BACKLIST

HIGH FASHION HATS, 1950-1980

THE TIES THAT BLIND

Add Color to Ever yday Fashion

VERA TEXTILES 978-0-7643-2406-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.95

978-0-7643-2450-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $29.95

978-0-88740-982-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

GINGHAM APRONS OF THE ’40S & ’50S

SPECS APPEAL

VICTORIAN PAISLEY SHAWLS

Extravagant 1950s & 1960s Eyewear

A Checkered Past

978-0-7643-1748-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / PB / $29.95

POPULAR AND COLLECTIBLE NECKTIES 1955 to the Present

978-0-7643-0516-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

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978-0-7643-1403-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / HC / $39.95

20TH CENTURY NECKTIES Pre-1955

978-0-7643-0578-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

Neckties, 1945–1975

978-0-7643-1570-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $59.95

PRINTED & LACE HANDKERCHIEFS Interpreting a Popular 20th-Century Collectible

THE FASHIONABLE FAN 978-0-7643-1100-0 11" X 8 1/2" / 208 pp. / HC / $49.95

ARTISTIC LEATHER OF THE ARTS AND CRAFTS ERA 978-0-7643-3371-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 272 pp. / HC / $69.99

COMPACTS AND SMOKING ACCESSORIES 978-0-7643-0774-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

978-0-7643-1801-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

3000 SHOES FROM 1896

TIES OF DISTINCTION

978-0-7643-0606-8 11" X 8 1/2" / 72 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-0633-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $24.95

INTERNATIONAL STEAMPUNK FASHIONS

BAGS FOR FASHIONISTAS

978-0-7643-4207-3 9" X 12" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-4912-6 9" X 10" / 152 pp. / PB / $29.99

Designing, Sewing, Selling


FEATURED BACKLIST FASHION

DRESS SHIRT DESIGN 978-0-7643-2723-0 9" X 12" / 208 pp. / HC / $79.95

EXOTIC SKIN Alligator and Crocodile Handbags

978-0-7643-3477-1 9" X 12" / 272 pp. / HC / $49.99

FASHION DESIGN TECHNIQUES The Basics and Practical Application of Fashion Illustration

IRENE: A DESIGNER FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF HOLLYWOOD The MGM Years 1942–49

978-0-7643-5047-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-7643-4555-5 9" X 12" / 144 pp. / HC / $50.00

THE ROLEX STORY

VINTAGE ROLEX® SPORTS MODELS, 3RD ED.

978-0-7643-4597-5 9" X 12" / 144 pp. / HC / $39.99

A Complete Visual Reference & Unauthorized Histor y

JEANS OF THE OLD WEST, 2ND ED. 978-0-7643-5263-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $34.99

ROLEX 3,621 Wristwatches

978-0-7643-3380-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $69.99

978-0-7643-2981-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 240 pp. / HC / $79.99

ROLEX HIGHLIGHTS 978-0-7643-4684-2 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 96 pp. / HC / $29.99

ROLEX WRISTWATCHES, 3RD ED. An Unauthorized History

978-0-7643-2437-6 9" X 12" / 400 pp. / HC / $125.00

PATEK PHILIPPE® HIGHLIGHTS 978-0-7643-4322-3 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 96 pp. / HC / $29.99

BREITLING HIGHLIGHTS 978-0-7643-4211-0 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 96 pp. / HC / $29.99

OMEGA HIGHLIGHTS 978-0-7643-4212-7 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 96 pp. / HC / $29.99

PATEK PHILIPPE Cult Object and Investment

978-0-7643-4213-4 9" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $125.00

RUSSIAN WRISTWATCHES

BREITLING, 3RD ED.

Pocket Watches, Stop Watches, Onboard Clock & Chronometers

The History of a Great Brand of Watches 1884 to the Present

978-0-88740-873-1 7" X 10" / 96 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-2670-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $49.95

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FINE CRAFT & TECHNIQUE


NEW THIS SEASON NEW THIS SEASON FINE CRAFT & TECHNIQUE FINE CRAFT & TECHNIQUE

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER There’s no need to learn how to write the hard way . . . . This practical primer guides the [artist] through the stages of writing and recommends ways to integrate processes into practice. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5649-0 Size: 5 1/2" x 7 1/2" Illustrations: 32 images Pages: 128 Binding: hard cover Price: $16.99

Artists Write to Work A Practical Guide to Writing about Your Art by Kate Kramer Artists need to write, every day, to support their studio practice and careers. Working artists know this. Newly minted art graduates and emerging artists learn this the hard way—usually when a gallerist asks for basic documents like an artist resume, biography, and statement to support an upcoming exhibition! Conversational and instructive, this practical primer helps artists learn the best writing and research strategies for the documents they must craft: letters, biographies, statements, proposals, applications, wall text, and more. Kate Kramer, lecturer in critical writing at the University of Pennsylvania, aligns writing strategies with art school curriculum (foundations, topics, capstones, professional development). This is the book every artist will turn to again and again. In addition to models, templates, worksheets, and sample analyses of calls for entry, it references readily available and public resources throughout. Ultimately, this primer brings writing process into practice so the art work can continue to thrive.

MAKING GOOD 978-0-7643-5287-4 $29.99 | 208 pp.

Writing and research strategies for documents every artist must craft: letters, applications, wall text, etc.

Welcoming and effective, spells out clear connections between the writing process and creative practice

Destined to become an important addition to the libraries of art students, educators, and artists

STUDIO CRAFT AS CAREER 978-0-7643-5252-2 $29.99 | 208 pp.

Kate Kramer is lecturer in critical writing at the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked as a curator, gallery director, art historian, public art administrator, and writer.

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Publicity campaign to art and craft magazines • Targeted mailing to art retailers • Social media campaign

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AVAILABLE NOVEMBER . . . A full education in ceramics. I look forward to adding it to my library . . . in fact, it would be one of [my] “go to” reference books. –Jonathan Kaplan, Curator, Plinth Gallery

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5648-3 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 243 color images Pages: 256 Binding: soft cover Price: $26.99

The Ceramics Studio Guide What Potters Should Know by Jeff Zamek, Foreword by Steven Branfman Learning from others’ mistakes is always more efficient and less costly than committing them yourself. This book is packed with practical information that will enable potters to successfully complete the many steps in pottery production. Making functional pottery or ceramic sculpture entails many different skill sets and processes in forming clay, drying clay, glazing, and firing. Any one of these steps can cause failures. As ceramics consultant Jeff Zamek points out, under ideal conditions a beginning or advanced student would be guided by a teacher at every step; mistakes and bad habits would be caught as they occurred and corrected. While such learning situations are rare today, this book fills the gap. As Zamek says, “This book offers you forty years of wisdom, generated by my students’ and my client ceramics companies’ issues with clays, glazes, and kiln firing." With its solutions to common problems, this guide helps potters to succeed. The go-to for solutions and insights on all steps: forming to firing, marketing to selling

Ceramics consultant Zamek offers a key resource to potters who lack their own mentor

Includes answers to many common problems, helping to eliminate time-consuming and expensive issues

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Media campaign to ceramic publications • Social media marketing campaign • Targeted mailing to instructors

Jeff Zamek walked into a pottery studio 50 years ago and started his career. He has taught at Alfred University, Simon’s Rock College, and Keane College. He is the founder of Ceramics Consulting Services, and a regular contributor to several ceramics magazines and technical journals.

WOOD-FIRED CERAMICS: 100 CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS 978-0-7643-4533-3 $59.99 | 248 pp.

VESSELS 978-0-7643-5313-0 $29.99 | 200 pp. 56


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AVAILABLE NOVEMBER Required reading for scholars and the general public alike, an in-depth and authoritative treatment of all things related to Mexican silver. –Dr. Hortensia Calvo, Tulane University

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5651-3 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 412 color and b/w images Pages: 264 Binding: hard cover Price: $69.99

Dreaming in Silver / Soñar en Plata Silver Artists of Modern Mexico by Penny C. Morrill Sculptors, painters, and architects in 20th-century Mexico, working in silver, inspired unprecedented stylistic and technical experimentation. This dual-language English/Spanish compendium focuses primarily on threads of influence in the development of the modern Mexican silver industry. It covers the active artistic communities in Taxco and Mexico City, which had a major impact on silver designers, maestros, and silversmiths. Morrill helps us explore the materials, techniques, and design aesthetics of artists William Spratling, Héctor Aguilar, Margot Van Voorhies, Anna Morelli, and Matilde Poulat, together with a group of talented contemporary Mexican artists designing in silver. These artists’ works were born out of a unique perspective, the challenge provided by the aesthetics of Mexican indigenous art. Forces like cubism, surrealism, primitivism, and abstraction were incorporated into a distinctly Mexican stylistic language. Researchers, curators, collectors, and art lovers will treasure this indispensible resource, demonstrating why Mexico has been and continues to be an exciting and nurturing setting for artists in silver. Sculptors, painters, and architects in 20th-century Mexico inspired exciting experimentation

Dual language English/Spanish, and introduces a group of talented young silver artists

Includes close looks at masterworks like William Spratling’s Alaska project

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Regional southwestern publicity push • National art and antique publicity push • Social media campaign NARRATIVE JEWELRY 978-0-7643-5414-4 $60.00 | 304 pp.

Penny C. Morrill, PhD, has written several books on the history of modern Mexican silver and has assisted in establishing the permanent silver collection at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the archive at Tulane University’s Latin American library.

MEXICAN SILVER JEWELRY DETAILS 978-0-7643-3081-0 $89.99 | 304 pp. 57


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AVAILABLE NOVEMBER This isn’t a book with dry tutorials on the use of pen and ink and perfect alphabet guides—but an exploration of lettering and ways to embrace [it] with passion. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5647-6 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 501 color images Pages: 128 Binding: soft cover Price: $19.99

The Painted Word Mixed Media Lettering Techniques by Caitlin Dundon The charming trend of “putting a word on it" continues to grow in popularity, and this step-by-step approach explores more than 48 techniques for enhancing your art. Create captivating work using simple methods with just a few paint colors. Talented mixed media artist and professional calligrapher Caitlin Dundon offers expert tips to make your learning easier, including quick fixes for correcting typos. Learn ways to work with your own choice of inspirational words and quotations using collage, rubber stamping, embossing, typewritten fonts, calligraphy, gel plate printing, and others. Enhance your work with words—with these step-by-step instructions and projects for a variety of mediums

More than 48 techniques, including rubber stamping, embossing and debossing, handwriting, and gel plate printing

Even simple printed or stamped text can help convey a mood

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Publicity outreach to mixed-media art magazines • Early market seeding through NetGalley • Social media promotion

Caitlin Dundon is a mixed media artist known for her colorful paintings with calligraphy. She teaches at mixed media conferences throughout the United States. Her art has been licensed for home décor products and sold at Target, Walmart, and Kohl’s. www.handwrittenlife.com

100 NEW YORK CALLIGRAPHERS 978-0-7643-4898-3 $50.00 | 240 pp.

AN INTRODUCTION TO JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHY 978-0-7643-5218-8 $24.99 | 80 pp. 58


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AVAILABLE OCTOBER Printing is so simple, easy, and satisfying. [It] bridges the gap between art and craft . . . a recipe for good health and happiness with one warning, these processes are addictive! –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5628-5 Size: 7 1/2" x 10 1/4" Illustrations: 400 color images Pages: 144 Binding: soft cover Price: $24.99

Prints Galore The Art and Craft of Printmaking, with 41 Projects to Get You Started by Angie Franke This guide to printmaking plunges you into dozens of ways to leave your mark on the world—and on your walls, tablecloths, garments, and every other surface imaginable. Emphasizing the joy and energy of printmaking, the 41 projects use everyday materials, and don’t require any previous experience. Learn fifteen main printmaking methods and their submethods, including relief printing, stamping, screen printing, collagraphy, monoprinting, cyanotypes, botanical prints, and many more. Transform your fingerprint into a huge graphic print with the “We’re All Thumbs" project. Using cut stamps, make the exciting combination of bandanna and coordinating game-pieces in “Mr. Potatohead Plays Chess." Enjoy solar printing with “Like Snowflakes in the Sun." Included throughout are plenty of options, variations, and encouragement to make your prints your own way. Practical, beautiful projects that don’t require a press or any previous experience

Easy-to-follow instructions and 400 colorful photos combine in a guide that bursts with creative energy

Includes a recipe for making your own gelatin-based printing pads for gel monoprinting

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Publicity outreach to craft and DIY media • Targeted craft and DIY blogger pitch • Social media campaign BEGINNING ILLUMINATION 978-0-7643-5027-6 $24.99 | 80 pp.

Angie Franke teaches dyeing, printing, painting, and drawing. She has always been passionate about art, and also works in fiber arts and all forms of mixed media. She has coauthored nine other books on crafting. www.angiefranke.com

CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN PRINT MAKERS 978-0-7643-4691-0 $34.99 | 240 pp. 59


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AVAILABLE NOVEMBER The magic of the paintings occurs with the fluidity and vibrancy of the inks. My philosophy is to seek a balance between spontaneity and control. –Karen Walker, author

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5646-9 Size: 7 1/2" x 10 1/4" Illustrations: 352 color images Pages: 128 Binding: soft cover Price: $26.99

20 Projects for Alcohol Inks A Workbook for Creating Your Best Art by Karen Walker Using your creativity and the vibrant medium of alcohol inks, create these 20 beautiful representational paintings. With a broad range of painting subjects including florals, animals, landscapes, and more, they demonstrate a variety of approaches to alcohol ink painting to inspire and ignite creativity. Step-by-step photos make each project a learning opportunity. The projects are arranged to build skills and practice specific basic techniques. For experienced artists and those just beginning to explore art and alcohol inks, these are time-tested methods for working with this mesmerizing and unpredictable medium. Learn ink flow, texturing, lifting, and masking, which are used to control the ink while maintaining exciting vibrancy, fluidity, and spontaneity. Loosen up your painting and discover the joy and passion of alcohol inks! Step-by-step photo instructions for painting 20 projects, including landscapes, animals, florals, and more

The 20 paintings are arranged to build your skills in specific basic techniques

Yes, you can control alcohol inks and keep the vibrancy and fluidity you love

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Media outreach to art technique media • Early market seeding through NetGalley • Social media campaign

Karen Walker discovered the joy of working with alcohol inks in 2009. The vibrant color and fluidity of the inks brought spontaneity and excitement to her representational paintings and an enthusiasm she has shared through teaching inks ever since. www.karenwalkerart.com

PIGMENTS OF YOUR IMAGINATION, 2ND ED. 978-0-7643-5133-4 $29.99 | 200 pp.

HOW TO CREATE ENCAUSTIC ART 978-0-7643-5416-8 $29.99 | 128 pp. 60


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AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER COPIC Markers are not simply for “coloring” . . . by blending and overlaying colors anyone can create their own original shades and render realistic textures with a variety of expressions. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5611-7 Size: 7" x 10" Illustrations: 1,100 color images Pages: 160 Binding: soft cover Price: $27.99

How to Render Eye-Catching Textures with COPIC Markers by Yasaiko Midorihana COPIC markers are very popular drawing materials used all around the world. This long-awaited book provides techniques for rendering exciting textures using COPIC markers. From basic techniques to entire color sample sheets, this book provides step-by-step visual instructions for rendering textures for a variety of materials, from metals to bricks. Drawings introduced in this book are powerful, and quite realistically rendered. Nobody would ever guess that they were drawn with COPIC markers! Complete sample projects are used to show specific techniques

Basic use and care information along with advanced techniques and steps

Professional gallery of striking finished images created with COPIC markers

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Outreach to art technique publications • Targeted outreach to art supply and hobby stores • Social media campaign FIRE AND LIGHT 978-0-7643-5217-1 $24.99 | 128 pp.

Actively working as a manga artist and illustrator. Midorihana’s techniques for using COPIC markers are highly regarded. Her unique world view manifests itself in her illustrations and captivates many fans. She currently resides in Tokyo.

FASHION DESIGN TECHNIQUES 978-0-7643-5047-4 $24.99 | 160 pp. 61


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AVAILABLE OCTOBER Create something that did not exist before and reflect something about yourself. That’s exactly what makes an artwork of glass unique: it’s part of who you are. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5629-2 Size: 7 1/2" x 10 1/4" Illustrations: 334 color and b/w images and patterns Pages: 144 Binding: soft cover Price: $22.99

Stained Glass for Beginners 33 Contemporary Projects Using Copper Foil by Jacqui Holmes and Gail Brown Illustrated with more than 300 photos, this guide covers everything you need to know to begin working with glass. Learn the materials and tools needed, types of glass, and successful techniques, focusing on the copper foil method. While emphasizing the beauty and creativity that’s easy to enjoy about this craft, the book offers detailed step-by-step photo instructions for tracing, cutting, grinding, foiling, assembly, soldering, patina use, and more. The 33 projects, each rated in difficulty level, cover a wide range of styles and techniques. All of them beautifully showcase the gorgeous array of art glass available today, and they serve as useful additions to your everyday life or as exceptional gifts: a mobile, candy dish, cutlery holder, mirror frames, lamps, jewelry, and even clocks. Everything you need to know to try this age-old craft, including 33 creatively designed projects

Photos accompany each step, making techniques clear and keeping your projects frustration free

Templates are included for all projects, along with technical tips to smooth your learning curve

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Craft and DIY media outreach • Social media marketing campaign • Glass art publication media pitch ART GLASS TODAY 2 978-0-7643-5025-2 $50.00 | 240 pp.

Jacqui Holmes has a law degree and comes from a corporate environment, but she has always been passionate about glass art. She learned the craft from artist Gail Brown. When Brown began stained glass work it quickly became her preferred medium and she joined Holmes in the Classy Glass Art studio. JEWELRY FOR YOUR TABLE 978-0-7643-5249-2 $29.99 | 144 pp. 62


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AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER Leather is a material that is unexpectedly easy to handle. When compared to making a fabric bag, making a leather bag is fairly simple. Perfect for beginners. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5612-4 Size: 8 1/4" x 10 1/2" Illustrations: 520 color images Pages: 184 Binding: soft cover Price: $24.99

Tanned Leather Hand-Made Bags Ultimate Techniques by Yoko Ganaha and Piggy Tsujioka This book shows how to make forty bags and miscellaneous goods with very simple, clear-cut instructions that even total beginners can follow. What makes this book special is that it has patterns with stitch marks at the end of the book. Leather is usually sewn after piercing holes for stitching, which means that punching the holes is the most important part. If the number of holes and their stitching positions match, all that is left to do is sew the item together along the holes. Tanned leather gradually softens. In this book, since thick leather is used and linings are not, the shape of your bag may change depending on age and use. This is actually one of the wonders of aged, tanned leather, that you will enjoy. Includes patterns for each of the 40 projects listed

Information on how to obtain the special punch tool necessary to complete these projects

Clear, straightforward graphics and step-by-step instructions

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Outreach to craft and DIY publications • Advanced review copies to targeted DIY bloggers • Social media marketing campaign QUILTED LEATHER 978-0-7643-5500-4 $29.99 | 144 pp.

Pigpong, founded by Yoko Ganaha and Piggy Tsujioka, is an arts and craft production unit based in Tokyo, Japan. Pigpong delivers unique projects full of originality, including book design, illustration, dyes, objects, displays, etc.

THE ART OF LEATHER INLAY AND OVERLAY 978-0-7643-5121-1 $34.99 | 176 pp. 63


RECENTLY PUBLISHED FINE CRAFT & TECHNIQUE RECENTLY PUBLISHED FINE CRAFT & TEC TECHNIQUE 978-0-7643-5379-6 8 1/2" x 11" 39 images soft cover / 60 pp. $19.99

978-0-7643-5285-0 8 1/2" x 11" 30 b/w images soft cover / 66 pp. $14.99

Kristy’s Fall Cutting Garden

Stolen Beauty

A Watercoloring Book

A Coloring Book of Lost Art

by Kristy Rice

by Anthony M. Amore and Karl Stevens

The third in a series of seasonal watercoloring books based on artist Kristy Rice’s cutting gardens, this book celebrates autumn’s vibrant blossoms such as asters, zinnias, torch lilies, and chrysanthemums.

Stolen Beauty is the first adult coloring book with a mission: to inform the public about the problem of art theft while raising awareness of what the world’s great stolen art looks like. This awareness is key to combating a multi-billion-dollar illicit industry. Stolen Beauty features some of the world’s most important missing paintings. From Raphael to Van Gogh to Vermeer, paintings valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars remain missing throughout the world, and few people are aware of the scope of the problem. This coloring book combines the artistic skills of acclaimed artist and graphic novelist Karl Stevens with the art crime expertise of bestselling author and renowned art theft investigator Anthony M. Amore.

In the Media “Beautiful books designed for colorists and watercolor artists alike.” –Coloring Book Addict “Pick up your brushes: It’s a watercolor paint party in the garden.” –MarthaStewart.com “Absolutely stunning images.” –Parade Magazine “[For] the plant lover on your list who has an artistic bent.” –Press Herald

978-0-7643-5380-2 8 1/2" x 11" 39 images soft cover / 60 pp. $19.99

Kristy’s Winter Cutting Garden

Looted Beauty

A Watercoloring Book

A Coloring Book of Lost Art

by Kristy Rice

by Anthony M. Amore and Karl Stevens

The fourth in a series of seasonal watercoloring books based on artist Kristy Rice’s cutting gardens, this book celebrates winter’s blossoms such as amaryllis, hollyberry, hellebores, and snowdrops.

This coloring book, consisting of line-drawn interpretations of 30 masterpieces seized or destroyed by the Nazis during WWII, includes short stories about the lives of the artists, the people who owned the paintings, and how and where each piece disappeared.

Related Titles

Kristy’s Cutting Garden Watercoloring Books, $19.99 each Spring, 978-0-7643-5335-2 & Summer, 978-0-7643-5336-9 Painterly Days: Watercoloring Books and Art Supplies Flowers, 978-0-7643-5091-7, $24.99 Patterns, 978-0-7643-5093-1, $24.99 Woodlands, 978-0-7643-5092-4, $24.99 12 Colored Pencils: 978-0-7643-5167-9, $9.99 18 Watercolors & Paintbrush, 978-0-7643-5168-6, $12.99 64

978-0-7643-5404-5 8 1/2" x 11" 30 b/w images soft cover / 66 pp. $14.99

In the Media “Fill in the blanks of art crimes solved and unsolved.” –The Art Newspaper


RECENTLY PUBLISHED FINE CRAFT & TECHNIQUE Narrative Jewelry Tales from the Toolbox by Mark Fenn, Foreword by Jack Cunningham, PhD Featuring 450 full-color photos and 241 of the world’s foremost narrative jewelry makers, this book showcases the best of what today’s makers, ranging from newly graduated students to the luminaries of the jewelry world, offer us.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5414-4 Size: 9" x 12" 450 color images Pages: 304 pp. Binding: hard cover Price: $60.00

In the Media “The exquisite specimens selected by jeweler Mark Fenn are united . . . and demand attention. –Antiques and the Arts Weekly “The sumptuous photographs and large format make it a ’coffee-table’ book par excellence.” –Jewellery Focus

Cast Art and Objects Made Using Humanity’s Most Transformational Process by Jen Townsend and Renée Zettle-Sterling Featuring 800+ photos of contemporary and historic works, this fascinating resource includes essays by Suzanne Ramljak, Joe Becherer, Ezra Shales, Susie Silbert, Jen Townsend, and Elaine King. A multi-disciplinary approach covers all aspects of casting, from metal to rubber, glass, porcelain, and more, including some very unexpected materials.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5338-3 Size: 9" x 12" 803 images Pages: 456 pp. Binding: hard cover Price: $80.00

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FINE CRAFT & TECHNI TECHNIQUE RECENTLY LY PUBLISHED 978-0-7643-5519-6 7" x 10" 281 color images soft cover / 144 pp. $29.99

978-0-7643-5535-6 8 1/2" x 11" 497 images soft cover / 256 pp. $34.99

Intersection

The Fine Art of Painting on Silk

Art & Life

Inspiring Methods and Techniques for Beginners and Expert-Level Artists

by Kevin Wallace Art and life can seem very separate as our society careens its way through change and conflict. This guide uses 280 images of artworks to provide reminders of how and why to connect, and includes firstperson insights from 150+ contemporary artists like Binh Pho, Louise Hibbert, Peter Hoogeboom, Marlene Rose, and many more.

by Jan Janas and Diane Tuckman Color, texture, and design can be one-of-a-kind in silk painting. Learn every aspect, from the basic techniques to plein air and landscapes, from painting on preconstructed clothing to enriching your skill using a unique color “workshop." Throughout, the focus is on letting go and taking creative risks to improve your work.

978-0-7643-5373-4 8 1/2" x 11" 248 images hard cover / 208 pp. $39.99

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978-0-7643-5416-8 8 1/2" x 9 7/8" 177 color images soft cover / 128 pp. $29.99

Rooted, Revived, Reinvented

How to Create Encaustic Art

Basketry in America

A Guide to Painting with Wax

by Kristin Schwain and Josephine Stealey

by Birgit Hüttemann-Holz

This book unfolds a history of American basketry, from its origins in Native American, immigrant, and slave communities to its presence in the contemporary fine art world. Including ten contributing authors plus over 250 photos, and accompanying an exhibition of the same name, it insightfully shows how baskets convey meaning and contain cultural significance.

Begin or enhance your work in encaustic art with a professional introduction to the ancient art of wax painting. This guide explains the technique in an understandable way, covering the entire spectrum of encaustic art: smooth and textured surfaces, scraping and relief imprinting techniques, accretion, and special techniques.


RECENTLY PUBLISHED UBLISHED FINE CRAFT & T TECHNIQUE 978-0-7643-5287-4 7" x 10" 269 color images soft cover / 208 pp. $29.99

978-0-7643-5445-8 8 1/2" x 11" 329 images soft cover / 112 pp. $24.99

Making Good

Swept Away

An Inspirational Guide to Being an Artist Craftsman

The Vanishing Art of Broom Making

by Jacklyn Scott, Kristin Müller, Tommy Simpson; Foreword by Stuart Kestenbaum

Read here about cultivating, harvesting, sorting, and dyeing broomcorn and, following easy step-by-step instructions with photographs and illustrations, learn how to make seven different broom patterns, including Kitchen, Hearth, Cobweb, Turkey Wing Whisk, and Angel Whisk brooms, and how to plait whisk broom tops.

by Karen Hobbs

Forty-one craftspeople discuss how they started and now maintain their careers in the arts despite the twists and turns of life. For students, career changers, and makers at all levels, these interviews—plus 260 photos of the artists’ work spaces and creations—reveal the entrepreneurial spirit of living a life in the arts.

In the Media “A collection of independent voices that follow unique, creative journeys in the arts, despite the twists and turns life takes—a valuable resource!” –The Artful Blog

In the Media “Sweeping floors may actually become a happy task with your own beautiful handmade brooms.” –Flo Hoppe, author of Wicker Basketry

978-0-7643-5313-0 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" 142 color images hard cover / 200 pp. $29.99

978-0-7643-5477-9 11" x 8 1/2" 160 images soft cover / 128 pp. $24.99

Vessels

Lifelike Artist Dolls

A Conversation in Porcelain and Poetry

How-To and Inspiration from Lynn Cartwright’s Studio

Porcelain by Jennifer McCurdy, Poetry by Wendy Mulhern

by Lynn Cartwright

In this first book to showcase the work of acclaimed ceramic artist Jennifer McCurdy, collectors and art enthusiasts will be delighted to gaze at these luminescent forms, lyrically accompanied by the poetry of Jennifer’s sister, Wendy Mulhern. These vessels of porcelain and of poetry resonate with each other, engaging an intimate conversation.

Learn one-of-a-kind polymer clay doll making tips from an awardwinning expert! Studio insider tips and a wealth of detailed doll photos make it a valuable resource for doll collectors, makers, and enthusiasts. Cartwright explains her studio process, and guides makers step by step through key parts of the process, from armatures to facial modeling.

In the Media “To be perused and enjoyed over time.” –Martha Vineyard’s Times Online

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FINE CRAFT & TECHNIQ TECHNIQUE RECENTLY LY PUBLISHED 978-0-7643-5425-0 6" x 9" 564 color images soft cover w/ spiral 160 pp. $24.99

978-0-7643-5494-6 8 1/2" x 11" 395 color images hard cover / 176 pp. $34.99

Paracord Knife Handle Wraps

Model Building with Brass

The Complete Guide, from Tactical to Asian Styles

by Ken Foran

by Jan Dox This clear, photo-by-photo guide teaches everything you need to know, including selecting appropriate paracord and weaving the correct wrap styles for underlays, tactical uses, skeleton handles, and more. Over 16 styles and approaches are covered, from basic handle wraps to standard military or looped, to paradox, to artistic Japanese tsukamaki wraps.

A book that explains various tools and techniques necessary to successfully build models with brass, with the second edition including a new chapter on shipbuilding. Whether the reader wishes to substitute plastic model kit parts with brass, create master patterns for casting, or scratch build brass models, instructions are provided for modelers of all skill levels. Brass cutting, forming, fabricating, soldering, and final finishing methods are explained.

978-0-7643-5429-8 8 1/2" x 11" 202 color images soft cover / 80 pp. $19.99

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978-0-7643-5446-5 11" x 8 1/2" 610 color images hard cover / 160 pp. $29.99

Gourd Lights

Floral Accessories

How to Make 9 Beautiful Lamp and Lantern Projects

Creative Designs with Wendy Andrade, NDSF, AIFD, FBFA

by Susan Nonn

by Wendy Andrade, NDSF, AIFD, FBFA

Written for anyone wanting to build a beautiful, one-of-a-kind gourd lamp, these 9 step-by-step projects include lamps with bases, gourd lamp shades, and wall sconces. Every step is detailed with photos and clear instructions. Also featured: a glossary of light/lamp components, a resource list of where to find the supplies, and an inspirational photo gallery.

Introducing various new techniques with 42 easy-to-achieve projects, this book is the perfect companion to help the reader develop skills with wire, flowers, and succulents. Step-by-step designs, with 600 photos, help you create a unique bridal look, an unforgettable prom, or a one-of-a-kind event.


FEATURED BACKLIST FINE CRAFT & TECHNIQUE

THE LIFE AND WORK OF HARRY BERTOIA

THE EXPERIENCE OF MODERN SCULPTURE

THOMAS WILSON’S IRONWORK NOTEBOOKS

The Man, the Artist, the Visionary

A Guide to Enjoying Works of the Past 100 Years

Inspiration from a Master

978-0-7643-4693-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $60.00

978-0-7643-4904-1 9" X 12" / 176 pp. / HC / $45.00

978-0-7643-5180-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 272 pp. / HC / $45.00

ON BODY AND SOUL Contemporar y Armor to Amulets

978-0-7643-4647-7 11" X 8 1/2" / 152 pp. / HC / $45.00

GLASS ART

STUDIO GLASS IN AMERICA

112 Contemporar y Artists

A 50 Year Journey

THE ARTISTRY OF PEGGY KARR GLASS

978-0-7643-5188-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 240 pp. / HC / $50.00

978-0-7643-4230-1 9" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $50.00

978-0-7643-2144-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 190 pp. / HC / $30.00

WILLIAM DALEY

PIT FIRING CERAMICS

Ceramic Artist

Modern Methods, Ancient Traditions

WOOD-FIRED CERAMICS: 100 CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS

SHARPENING AND KNIFE MAKING

978-0-7643-4523-4 9" X 12" / 240 pp. / HC / $75.00

978-0-7643-4172-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-4533-3 9" X 12" / 248 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-88740-118-3 6" X 9" / 176 pp. / PB / $12.99

BASIC KNIFE MAKING

BLACKSMITHING TECHNIQUES

GUILLOCHÉ

GOURD LIGHTS

A History & Practical Manual

How to Make 9 Beautiful Lamp and Lantern Projects

From Raw Steel to a Finished Stub Tang Knife

978-0-7643-3508-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $29.99

The Basics Explained Step by Step, Complete with 10 Projects

978-0-7643-4935-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-5017-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / HC / $34.99

GLASS ART FROM THE KILN 978-0-7643-3542-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $50.00

978-0-7643-5429-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 80 pp. / PB / $19.99

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WEAVING ON GOURDS 978-0-7643-3565-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.99

WAX ON GOURDS

PAINTING PORCELAIN

Decorative Techniques for Transforming Gourds & Rims

In the Meissen Style

PORCELAIN PAINTING WITH UWE GEISSLER

978-0-7643-0280-0 9" X 12" / 124 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-88740-899-1 9" X 12" / 127 pp. / PB / $24.95

AN INTRODUCTION TO CALLIGRAPHY

AN INTRODUCTION TO ARABIC CALLIGRAPHY

978-0-7643-5230-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 80 pp. / HC / $24.99

978-0-7643-5173-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 80 pp. / HC / $24.99

THE ART OF THE CONTEMPORARY DOLL

978-0-7643-5225-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / PB / $19.99

PIGMENTS OF YOUR IMAGINATION, 2ND ED. Creating with Alcohol Inks

978-0-7643-5133-4 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 200 pp. / HC SPIRAL/ $29.99

978-0-7643-5217-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $24.99

BEGINNING ILLUMINATION

JEWELRY FOR YOUR TABLE

FRESH FLORAL JEWELRY

Learning the Ancient Art, Step by Step

How to Make One-of-a-Kind Napkin Rings from Vintage Pieces

Creating Wearable Art with Wendy Andrade, NDSF, AIFD, FBFA

978-0-7643-5027-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 80 pp. / HC / $24.99

978-0-7643-5249-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 144 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-4411-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-4860-0 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

FERRER-DALMAU

WHEN MAKERS MEET

MASTER YOUR CRAFT

STUDIO CRAFT AS CAREER

Art, Histor y, and Miniatures

Enriching Art through Creative Collaboration at L’Art et la Matière

Strategies for Designing, Making, and Selling Artisan Work

A Guide to Achieving Excellence in Art-Making

978-0-7643-5352-9 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 160 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-5145-7 7" X 10" / 176 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-5252-2 7" X 10" / 208 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-5010-8 8 1/8" X 9 1/8" / 144 pp. / HC / $39.99

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FIRE AND LIGHT A Method of Painting for Artists Who Love Color


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NEW THIS SEASON FIBER & TEXTILES

AVAILABLE OCTOBER One weaver we have our eye on is Hello Hydrangea founder, Lindsey Campbell. She takes centuries-old weaves and gives them an eclectic update. It’s a style uniquely hers. –Design*Sponge

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5631-5 Size: 7" x 10" Illustrations: 718 color images Pages: 160 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

Welcome to Weaving The Modern Guide by Lindsey Campbell Designed for modern makers looking for a book that will continue to inspire them as their skill grows. It teaches more than 50 techniques plus 20 stylish projects for weavers of all skill levels, and features 700+ detailed photos. Lindsey Campbell, the weaver behind the popular blog and brand HelloHydrangea, offers you just the right blend of learning, encouragement, and great weaving results. An easy tutorial helps you to make your own loom that can be used to complete each project. Learn basic terms and skills for beginner weavers, such as warp and weft, and how to keep your sides straight. Sections on intermediate and advanced techniques and concepts, such as gradients, patterns, and how to add embellishments, give you room to grow your skills. Weave more than 20 projects meant to inspire ongoing creativity, from simple practice tapestries to intricate, usable woven projects like a zippered pouch and (yes) a woven chandelier. All of the techniques and weavings can be completed on the loom introduced at the beginning of the book. First book from Lindsey Campbell, the popular weaving teacher and blogger at HelloHydrangea

Beginner, intermediate, and advanced-level teaching allows weavers to grow with the book

Projects include multiple tapestries, a zipper pouch, pillow, necklace, and even a chandelier

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National publicity campaign, including print and online media • Craft & DIY blogger publicity campaign • Holiday Gift guide inclusion Lindsey Campbell is the artist behind HelloHydrangea. She has taught hundreds of students how to weave through her online ecourses. Her work has been seen in Anthropologie, Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft, Design*Sponge, Simply Homemade Magazine, and The Huffington Post. www.hellohydrangea.com

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THE ART OF WEAVING A LIFE 978-0-7643-5264-5 $24.99 | 144 pp.

WEAVING PATTERNED BANDS 978-0-7643-5550-9 $26.99 | 144 pp.


NEW THIS SEASON FIBER & TEXTILES

AVAILABLE OCTOBER The detailed approach to the chemistry will set straight a lot of the misconceptions around natural dyes that come from traditional training . –Rowland Ricketts, Ricketts Indigo

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5633-9 Size: 8" x 10" Illustrations: 162 images, incl. 450+ dyed samples Pages: 176 Binding: hard cover w/ spiral Price: $60.00

The Art and Science of Natural Dyes Principles, Experiments, and Results by Joy Boutrup and Catharine Ellis This long-awaited guide serves as a tool to explain the general principles of natural dyeing, and to help dyers to become more accomplished at their craft through an increased understanding of the process. Photos of more than 450 samples demonstrate the results of actual dye tests, and detailed information covers every aspect of natural dyeing including theory, fibers, mordants, dyes, printing, organic indigo vats, finishing, and the evaluation of dye fastness. Special techniques of printing and discharging indigo are featured as well. The book is intended for dyers and printers who wish to more completely understand the “why” and the “how,” while ensuring safe and sustainable practices. Written by a textile engineer and chemist (Boutrup) and a textile artist and practitioner (Ellis), its detailed and tested recipes for every process, including charts and comparisons, make it the ideal resource for dyers with all levels of experience. A complete manual for natural dyers, including essential recipes and information to improve skills and results

Individual chapters cover fibers, mordants, dyes, printing, organic indigo vats, finishing, color mixing, fastness, and more

Photos feature more than 450 dyed samples, illustrating results and comparisons of actual dye tests

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Fiber and textile magazine outreach • Targeted mailing to weaving guilds • Social media campaign DIMENSIONAL CLOTH 978-0-7643-5536-3 $50.00 | 256 pp.

Joy Boutrup is a textile chemist, engineer, and educator and is known for developing new methods and techniques. She lives in Denmark. Catharine Ellis is a textile artist, educator, and author of Woven Shibori. She lives in North Carolina. www.ellistextiles.com

MASTER YOUR CRAFT 978-0-7643-5145-7 $29.99 | 176 pp. 73


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AVAILABLE NOVEMBER Traditional textiles help us maintain our connections between past and present and our ties to each other. They prevent us from losing our humanity. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5650-6 Size: 7" x 10" Illustrations: 197 color images Pages: 160 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

Threads Around the World From Arabian Weaving to Batik in Zimbabwe by Deb Brandon Handmade textiles are personal, no matter where in the world they’re created, and these photos and explanations of 25 diverse world cultures’ techniques vividly share the details. Take a voyage through these pages and see how today’s artisans continue to create traditional fiber arts with age-old methods. Blending well-researched information, engaging style, and inspiration, the pages explore espadrilles, flatwoven rugs, mittens, voudou flags, mirror embroidery, and the histories they hold. This open-eyed approach will appeal to textile devotees, from the casually curious to professional artists, and to people who are interested in heritage crafts and diverse cultures. Brandon has written for more than a decade for WARP (Weave A Real Peace), a nonprofit networking organization whose members are dedicated to improving the quality of life of textile artisans in communities in need. Discover the vibrant techniques used to create culturally-unique textiles, like adinkra, molas, and kilt hose

Enlightening info for all fiber arts fans, from the casually interested to the experienced professional

The Berbers view weaving as a metaphor: birth (prepping looms) to death (finishing the cloth)

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Weaving and craft publication media outreach • Targeted mailing to weaving guilds • Targeted pitch to history and women’s interest media Deb Brandon is a respected textile artist and enthusiast, a writer, and a speaker. She is a professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, and is also a member of WARP (Weave A Real Peace).

ANDEAN SLING BRAIDS 978-0-7643-5103-7 $39.99 | 216 pp.

COTTON & INDIGO FROM JAPAN 978-0-7643-5351-2 $34.99 | 160 pp. 74


NEW THIS SEASON FIBER & TEXTILES

AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER The simplest of stitches create wondrous artworks that revere the beauty of life itself and inspire us to rejoice at the world. –Jamie “Mr. X Stitch" Chalmers, Fibre Art Now

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5613-1 Size: 9" x 9" Illustrations: 170 color images Pages: 176 Binding: soft cover Price: $24.99

Organic Embroidery by Meredith Woolnough Renowned textile artist Meredith Woolnough creates replicas of nature using a delicate system of tiny stitches. Her artwork is breathtaking, and now for the first time Woolnough offers crafters and fiber artists a lesson in how to use the “organic embroidery" technique. Look behind the scenes of her art process, from the initial fieldwork sketching and research that inspires her designs, to the production of her ethereal embroidered sculptures. She guides you through 10 creativity-prompting activities to help you begin your own mastery of this method. As you learn to find your desired shape or pattern in nature, from sources like leaves, shells, or coral, then use your sewing machine to turn it into openwork art, you’ll also enjoy dozens of inspirational photos of Woolnough’s own art pieces. Woolnough’s instructions offer simple but highly versatile techniques, and allow you space for your own creative approach. Use your sewing machine to turn bits of nature into exquisite art

Woolnough’s nature-observing processes and studio practices help you expand into new ways with fibers

Use her techniques to add a new beauty to many types of artistic creations

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Fine Craft publication campaign • Craft & DIY media campaign • Social media marketing outreach ARTISTRY IN FIBER, VOL. 1 978-0-7643-5304-8 $34.99 | 224 pp.

Renowned textile artist Meredith Woolnough teaches workshops at textile studios and schools. She has been featured in Handmade, Fibre Arts Now, Stitches, Textile Fibre Forum, Embroidery, and other magazines. Her work is held in public, private, and corporate collections worldwide. www.meredithwoolnough.com

ARTISTRY IN FIBER, VOL. 2 978-0-7643-5342-0 $34.99 | 224 pp. 75


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AVAILABLE OCTOBER From the Norwegian duo behind the popular company KlompeLOMPE, knitting patterns for Mom and little sweethearts alike!

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5627-8 Size: 8" x 10" Illustrations: 193 color & b/w images Pages: 168 Binding: hard cover Price: $28.99

Knitting for Little Sweethearts by Hanne Andreassen Hjelmås and Torunn Steinsland Thrill to these 60 patterns for adorable knitted clothing designs from KlompeLOMPE. Designed by friends Hanne and Torunn, mothers from Norway, this blog and webshop’s patterns have quickly stormed the world. Brimming with nature-inspired and sweetly casual appeal, these patterns are mostly for boys and girls aged one to six, but there are some charming pieces for adults, and for babies too. Choose from comfortable creations like cowls, shorts, Rough and Tumble Pants, jackets, mittens, a ballet skirt, and of course several of the perfectly-crafted caps and hats that led to KlompeLOMPE’s fame. Color and yarn alternatives are included for most patterns, along with a handy difficulty rating: most patterns are at level 2. If you want to make a quick and easy project, look for level 1. If you have time for something a little more challenging, go to level 3. Your little sweethearts will never look sweeter. 60 patterns for charmingly gorgeous knits, from the amazing duo behind Norway’s KlompeLOMPE designs

Includes adorable projects for boys and girls ages 1-6, plus great garments for babies and adults

Enjoy both quick-to-knit projects and some thatare more challenging; all have convenient difficulty-level rankings

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Knitting magazine (print and online) campaign • Parenting Craft/DIY blogger campaign • Social media campaign

Hanne Andreassen Hjelmås and Torunn Steinsland are a photographer and designer duo, mothers, and the founders of the wildly successful blog and webshop KlompeLOMPE. Since their launch in Norway, these charming designs and knitted garments are now loved worldwide.

THE SWEATER 978-0-7643-5261-4 $39.99 | 200 pp.

INSPIRATION KANTHA 978-0-7643-5357-4 $24.99 | 112 pp. 76


NEW THIS SEASON FIBER & TEXTILES

AVAILABLE OCTOBER Tells [the] powerful story of the art quilt: a creative visual work that is layered and stitched or that references this form of stitched layered structure. –Lisa Ellia, from the preface

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5626-1 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 457 color images Pages: 352 Binding: hard cover Price: $49.00

Art Quilts Unfolding 50 Years of Innovation by Sandra Sider, editor; Nancy Bavor, Lisa Ellis, Martha Sielman, SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc.) From 1965 through today, the art quilt movement has grown to become one of the most exciting art forms of the 21st century. Until now, there has not been a comprehensive, chronological history of the studio art quilt, which has become an international phenomenon. This feast for the eyes offers full-color images of 400 masterpieces along with engaging interviews and profiles of 58 influential artists, key leaders, important events, and significant collections. Organized by decade, an additional 182 international artists’ works are featured. An introduction by Janet Koplos, former senior editor of Art in America, and a conclusion by Ulysses Grant Dietz, emeritus chief curator of the Newark Museum, help us to understand the impact and the future of the art. This publication originated with Studio Art Quilt Associates, a non-profit professional organization founded in 1989 and now serving 3,500 members in nearly forty countries. Breathtaking photos of 400 masterpieces capture how and why this exciting contemporary art form developed

Engaging interviews, sidebars, and more reveal art quilts’ history from the 1960s through today

Nancy Crow, Michael James, Carolyn Mazloomi, and 55 other revolutionary artists describe the movement’s evolution

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Featured at Quilt Market and Quilt Festival • Quilting publication campaign • Textile art magazine campaign ART QUILTS INTERNATIONAL 978-0-7643-5220-1 $29.99 | 224 pp.

Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) is a non-profit professional organization founded in 1989 and now serving 3,500 members in nearly forty countries. Editor Sandra Sider is curator of the Texas Quilt Museum and editor of Art Quilt Quarterly.

JAPANESE CONTEMPORARY QUILTS AND QUILTERS 978-0-7643-4874-7 $34.99 | 144 pp. 77


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AVAILABLE OCTOBER A Quilt of Valor says, “Thank you for your service, sacrifice, and valor. Thank you for putting your life on hold to protect and defend me.” –Marianne Fons, QOV Board Member, Emeritus

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5630-8 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 246 color images & diagrams Pages: 192 Binding: soft cover Price: $24.99

Quilts of Valor A 50 State Salute by Quilts of Valor Foundation; Contributing authors Ann Parsons Holte, Renelda Peldunas-Harter, Ann Rehbein, Sue Reich; Foreword by Marianne Fons When the Quilts of Valor Foundation was founded in 2003, its mission was to cover our nation’s military touched by war— that is, to cover them with quilts and honor their service. A volunteer team donates their time and materials to make a quilt collaboratively. Since its beginning, this all-volunteer organization with close to 7,000 members nationwide has awarded more than 180,000 Quilts of Valor. This book explains the history of military quilts since our nation’s beginning, and features a Quilt of Valor to represent each of our 50 states. Also included are 16 quilt patterns to choose from, to inspire you to make your own Quilt of Valor. The organization’s Under Our Wings project, which brings young people into Quilts of Valor and encourages them to learn to sew, is featured, too. The Quilts of Valor mission: to “cover military touched by war" with quilts

Showcases a Quilt of Valor from each state, sharing impacts on individuals and communities

Includes 16 quilt patterns to inspire you to make a Quilt of Valor

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National media publicity campaign • Online and social media campaign • Veterans Day campaign

Quilts of Valor has nearly 7,000 members nationwide, who have awarded more than 180,000 Quilts of Valor to military members. Ann Parsons Holte, Renelda Peldunas-Harter, Ann Rehbein, and Sue Reich are dedicated to the QOV mission to “cover military touched by war.”

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THE LAST VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II 978-0-7643-5362-8 $24.99 | 128 pp.

FROM ENSIGN’S BARS TO COLONEL’S STARS 978-0-7643-4719-1 $19.99 | 64 pp.


NEW THIS SEASON FIBER & TEXTILES

AVAILABLE OCTOBER Why do I make quilts? Every step of the way is an enjoyment. The process is rewarding and as a teacher there is a need to pass it on and share. –Georgia Bonesteel, from the introduction

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5632-2 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 213 color images & diagrams Pages: 256 Binding: soft cover Price: $29.99

Scrap Happy Quilts from Georgia Bonesteel A How-To Memoir with 25 Quilts to Make by Georgia Bonesteel Get inspired with the Grande Dame of American quilting! Georgia Bonesteel, the creator and host of PBS’s Lap Quilting, shares updated methods for making 25 classic quilt patterns using only your fabrics on hand. Expand your skills with the quilt design Real Trip Around the World, using a unique sewing system that starts with fabric strips set in a magazine; try a more modern Crazy Patch defined in black and white with bright accents. Use Georgia’s famously effective teaching style to succeed beyond your expectations. Along the way, enjoy funny stories, surprising moments, and personal lessons Georgia has learned through her decades of trailblazing in the quilt world, and get an entertaining glimpse into her home and studio. For all levels of quilters; pattern templates are included. Benefit from Georgia’s exceptional teaching style, and use your scrap fabric to make your best quilts ever

Beloved by today’s quilters, Georgia has taught millions via her PBS show Lap Quilting

Georgia shares funny stories, surprising moments, and personal lessons she’s learned from her decades of trailblazing

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Featured title at Quilt Market • Quilting print and online media outreach • Social media marketing campaign QUILTS IN EVERYDAY LIFE, 1855-1955 978-0-7643-4216-5 $34.99 | 192 pp.

PLAY-OF-COLOR QUILTING 978-0-7643-5533-2 $24.99 | 128 pp.

Georgia Bonesteel, as host of the long-running PBS series Lap Quilting, launched an entire generation into the craft of quilting. She has served as President of the International Quilt Association and was inducted into the Quilters Hall of Fame, among many other honors.

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AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER Christmas! . . . where 24 short days recount children’s dreams and the . . . decorating, creating, thinking of others—it is true magic. I hope this book inspires you. Happy embroidery! –Véronique Enginger

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5461-8 Size: 8 1/2" x 12" Illustrations: 103 color images Pages: 96 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

The Magic of Christmas to Cross Stitch French Charm for Your Stitchwork by Véronique Enginger Let the magic of Christmas inspire your stitching with these 20 cross stitch patterns, blending the traditional style of France with a charming contemporary simplicity. Many of the designs include multiple scenes and motifs, offering you hundreds of components to use in a myriad of ways. The elements of a cross-stitched Christmas are all here: wintry scenes, Father Christmas, toys, sparkling decorations, and children enjoying the anticipation! Along with the patterns, enjoy instructions for projects to show off your stitchwork, like a Christmas stocking, a gorgeous Advent calendar, gift cards, and a holiday ABC sampler. Scattered throughout are spirit-inspiring activities and holiday lore, like what the real Santa Claus Village in Finland is like, how the department store window display tradition began, and a recipe for German Christmas cookies. Offers a new blend of traditional style and charming contemporary simplicity—the perfect combo for today’s crafter

20 patterns, most also containing multiple scenes/motifs that offer components to use in your own designs

Holiday spirit as you stitch, thanks to the included Christmas lore, traditions, and projects

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Craft and DIY media campaign • Social Media campaign • Holiday magazine pitch

Illustrator Véronique Enginger is the author of several other books of cross stitch patterns, including Retro Cross Stitch and Fables & Fairy Tales to Cross Stitch. Her designs often focus on helping the charm of our memories enrich our current-day lives.

RETRO CROSS STITCH 978-0-7643-5479-3 $29.99 | 192 pp.

FABLES & FAIRY TALES TO CROSS STITCH 978-0-7643-5478-6 $24.99 | 144 pp. 80


NEW THIS SEASON FIBER & TEXTILES

AVAILABLE AUGUST Praise for the previous edition: “Provide[s] a rich visual record of twentieth-century Navajo life, and reveal[s] the full range of innovative possibilities that have been achieved . . .” –American Indian Art Magazine

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5584-4 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 190 color images, 1 b/w chart Pages: 208 Binding: hard cover Price: $45.00

Navajo Pictorial Weaving, 1880–1950 Expanded, Revised Edition by Tyrone D. Campbell and Steven Begner Back in print, expanded, and revised, the second edition of Navajo Pictorial Weaving is devoted to all categories of antique Navajo pictorial weaving. The second edition includes 92 new images of weavings discovered in the last three decades, many never before published or exhibited. Through these nearly 300 photos and short texts, both the novice and advanced collector can reach a better understanding of the enigmatic and unusual body of Navajo pictorial weaving. Also featured is a one-of-akind comprehensive chart of the Navajo ceremonial system. Offering the newest discoveries, this treasury reemphasizes that Navajo pictorial weaving is a truly American folk art. Significant pictorials are organized into eight chapters covering all major categories, including these and many others: Birds, Flora, Fauna & Livestock; Transportation, Technology, the Railroad and Its Influence; Yeis, Yeibichais, and Corn Yeis; and Kachinas, Masks, and Images from the Hopi. Includes 92 new weavings found during the last three decades, within all major pictorial categories

The finest of 19th and early 20th century folk art images from the Navajo weaver’s loom

The weavings feature livestock and flowers, sandpaintings and washing machine logos, even fraternal order emblems

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National print and online publicity • Social media marketing campaign • Holiday Gift Guide inclusion RUGS AND POSTS 978-0-7643-2208-2 $24.99 | 120 pp.

Tyrone D. Campbell has been a noted author, lecturer, and dealer in antique American Indian art for 45 years, and is the author of seven books and museum catalogs. His guest curatorial positions include major museums across the country. Native American art expert Steven Begner is an owner of Turkey Mountain Traders in Evergreen, Colorado.

NAVAJO SILVERSMITH FRED PESHLAKAI 978-0-7643-4745-0 $50.00 | 224 pp. 81


RECENTLY PUB PUBLISHED FIBER & TEXTILES RECENTLY PUBLISHED FIBER & TEXTILES 978-0-7643-5430-4 8 1/2" x 11" 457 images, weaving diags. & 32-slot braiding card hard cover / 208 pp. $39.99

978-0-7643-5374-1 8 1/2" x 11" 536 images hard cover / 432 pp. $75.00

Sling Braiding Traditions and Techniques

Navajo Weavings with Ceremonial Themes

From Peru, Bolivia, and Around the World

A Historical Overview of a Secular Art Form

by Rodrick Owen and Terry Newhouse Flynn

by Rebecca M. Valette and Jean-Paul Valette

Includes a 32-slot braiding card, ready for creating an Andean-style braided sling. A key resource for historians, ethnologists, textile artists, weapons experts, and more, this guide covers the history of slings as weapons and herding tools, particularly in Andean cultures. Instructions help you make 50 designs, from 8 to 32 strands.

This is the first comprehensive, research-based history of the ceremonial-themed Navajo weavings known as Yei, Yeibichai, and sandpainting textiles. Covering the genre’s evolution from 1900 to the present, it offers a fascinating introduction to the Navajo people, their spiritual traditions, and their ceremonial-themed weavings.

In the Media “It is rare a book comes along that changes scholarly view . . . a must read . . . .” –Dr. Mark Sublette, owner, Medicine Man Gallery, Tucson, Arizona

978-0-7643-5103-7 8 1/2" x 11" 434 images & charts/ drawings, 1,100+ weaving diags. & 32-slot braiding card hard cover / 216 pp. $39.99

Andean Sling Braids

Weaving Patterned Bands

New Designs for Textile Artists

How to Create and Design with 5, 7, and 9 Pattern Threads

by Rodrick Owen & Terry Newhouse Flynn Making decorative braids from the ancient sling-making tradition of the Andes is now accessible to braiders who use a kumihimo stand and bobbins, thanks to the core stand method explained here. Most of these braid designs, from 4 to 40 strands, can also be made on a braiding card/disk.

In the Media “A work of art . . . would be an ideal gift for fiber artists.” –Shuttle, Spindle, & Dyepot

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978-0-7643-5550-9 7" x 10" 443 color images hard cover / 144 pp. $26.99

by Susan J. Foulkes Enjoy the centuries-old Baltic craft of band weaving, with clear instructions and full-color photos and diagrams. Start with the simple 5 pattern threads and the easy-to-use double slotted heddle. The enhanced design techniques offered also help experienced band weavers to improve their work. More than 140 patterns included.


RECENTLY ECENTLY PUBLISHED FIBER & TEXTILES

978-0-7643-5358-1 8 1/2" x 11" 187 images hard cover / 160 pp. $45.00

978-0-7643-5517-2 9" x 9" 338 color images hard cover / 152 pp. $26.99

Ondulé Textiles

Natural Dyeing with Plants

Weaving Contours with a Fan Reed

Glorious Colors from Roots, Leaves & Flowers

by Norma Smayda with Gretchen White This comprehensive guide covers every aspect of weaving with the fan reed to create unusual ondulé textiles. Smayda shares the details of her own learning experiences with ondulé—weaving with curving warp threads—and offers expert instructions, design tips, a fascinating look at fan reed history, and 180+ photos of inspiring works.

In the Media “Get ready to have your mind blown.” –Halcyon Yarn Blog “WOW!” –Lone Star Loom Room “For the adventurous weaver.” –HAND/EYE Magazine

by Franziska Ebner and Romana Hasenöhrl Besides more than forty coloring plants, necessary materials, the preparation of fibers or substances, mordanting, and different dyeing methods are described in detail. This richly illustrated book also shows how the dyed materials can be felted or turned into woolen pictures. The traditional coloring of Easter eggs with natural colors or the coloring of the sun is also explained. Last but not least, the authors deal with trend-setting ecoprinting.

Buzz on NetGalley “Highly recommend.” “Completely demystifies the natural dyeing process.”

978-0-7643-5431-1 6" x 9" 108 images soft cover / 192 pp. $19.99

978-0-7643-5343-7 6" x 9" 131 images soft cover / 200 pp. $16.99

Wool

Earth Basketry, 2nd Edition

Unraveling an American Story of Artisans and Innovation

Weaving Containers with Nature’s Materials

by Peggy Hart

by Osma Gallinger Tod, Revised by Josephine Breen Del Deo

As it brings to life wool’s impact on the peoples and history of the United States, this book reveals for the first time wool’s epic tale, from handcrafted artisanry to industrialization and back. A comprehensive look at wool, it expands perspectives for today’s fiber enthusiasts and for anyone interested in American history.

In the Media

For beginners, nature lovers, and expert weavers alike, these pages teach how to create traditional baskets, mats, bird houses, and more using natural materials found in the woods and fields. First published in 1933, and still in print due to its timeless information and clear instructions, it offers dozens of projects.

“Show[s] us how tightly wool and sheep wove themselves into our history.” –Catherine Friend, author of Hit By A Farm “Topical and timely.” –Ken Wells, author of Travels with Barley: A Journey through Beer Culture in America 83


FIBER & TEXTILES RE RECENTLY PUBLISHED UBLISHED 978-0-7643-5478-6 9" x 11" 230 color images & patterns hard cover / 144 pp. $24.99

Fables & Fairy Tales to Cross Stitch

978-0-7643-5357-4 10" x 7" 239 images hard cover / 112 pp. $24.99

Inspiration Kantha

French Charm for Your Stitchwork

Creative Stitchery and Quilting with Asia’s Ancient Technique

by Véronique Enginger

by Anna Hergert

Forty-four cross stitch patterns offer you traditional style that’s blended with a charming contemporary simplicity. Many of the designs include multiple motifs, offering you components to use in your own designs. Also includes 22 projects for showing off your stitchwork, like luggage tags, mobile, cookie tin, quilt, and wall pockets.

Kantha, a type of embroidery art traditionally created by the women of northern India and Bangladesh, offers today’s stitchers a culturally rich method and style for enriching their creations. The book offers the history of kantha, hands-on instruction in the stitches and methods, and both simple and complex projects.

Buzz on NetGalley

In the Media

“If only all cross-stitch books were this easy to read!”

“The perfect introduction for anyone looking for a new creative outlet. I can’t wait to get started.” –HAND/EYE Magazine

“Enchanting, If you love cross stitch, fairytales, and fables then you really will love this book.” “Probably the best cross stitch book I’ve ever seen.”

978-0-7643-5479-3 9" x 11" 115 color images & patterns hard cover / 192 pp. $29.99

Retro Cross Stitch

Heritage Crochet in a New Light

500 Patterns, French Charm for Your Stitchwork

Enriching Your Designs with Heirloom Lace Techniques

by Véronique Enginger

by Rita de Maintenon

These 500 unusual cross-stitch patterns blend the traditional style of France with a charming contemporary simplicity. Many of the designs include multiple motifs, offering you components to use in your own designs. Recreate 1800s and 1900s fashion house designs, trunk labels, travel posters, tea and coffee motifs, and daily life.

Learn how to use heritage crochet techniques to enrich any crochet project. Clear instructions from master teacher Rita de Maintenon, plus helpful online videos and 160 photos, allow you to master and combine broomstick, hairpin, and Tunisian lace, plus Aran cables, Irish crochet, and thread lace. For intermediate level crocheters.

Buzz on NetGalley “I will definitely have to pick up my needle again!” “Easy to follow patterns, beautiful pictures . . . I loved the retro feel.” “A wonderful book for any cross stitcher.”

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978-0-7643-5347-5 8 1/2" x 11" 160 color images soft cover / 80 pp. $16.99


RECENTLY CENTLY PUBLISHED FIBER & TEXTILES 978-0-7643-5351-2 8 1/2" x 11" 313 images hard cover / 160 pp. $34.99

978-0-7643-5500-4 8 1/2" x 11" 523 color images hard cover / 144 pp. $29.99

Cotton & Indigo from Japan

Quilted Leather

by Teresa Duryea Wong

Adding Texture, Dimension, and Style to Leather Crafting

This fascinating story of Japan’s cotton and indigo, and how they power fiber arts worldwide, reveals how Japan and its top artists, scientists, quilters, and fabric designers combine tradition and high tech to weave the thread, fabrics, and stunning designs that are so coveted by today’s textile artists.

In the Media

by Cathy Wiggins Using her award-winning art, Cathy Wiggins takes you step-by-step through the fundamentals of creating leather art on any sewing machine. More than 400 photos, together with Cathy’s personal insights, introduce the techniques for quilting, inlay, applique, staining, hardware installation, and more.

“A book to savor.” –The Caffeinated Quilter “Invaluable and highly readable; [Wong] takes us on a journey.” –Patricia Belyea, author of East Meets West Quilts and OkanArts blog “Beautiful . . . the ideal gift for readers with an interest in Japanese textile art and indigo.” –HAND/EYE Magazine

978-0-7643-5533-2 8 1/2" x 11" 330 images hard cover / 128 pp. $24.99

978-0-7643-5536-3 8 1/2" x 11" 358 color images hard cover / 256 pp. $50.00

Play-of-Color Quilting

Dimensional Cloth

24 Designs to Inspire Freehand Color Play

Sculpture by Contemporary Textile Artists

by Bernadette Mayr Features 24 tantalizing patterns bursting with colors, plus easy-to-follow directions for making them your own, and gives quilters of any level a new source of creativity. Also includes 14 lessons on quilting skills, like cutting shapes, freehand machine embroidery, and quilt assembly.

by Andra F. Stanton, Foreword by Josephine Stealey These 78 artists, each limited only by her imagination and ingenuity, manipulate fabric into configurations meant to conceptually stand on their own. More than 350 lavish photographs of today’s fiber sculptures, and profiles of the artists, provide insight into their processes.

In the Media “A doorway to a new world.” –Janet Russell, award-winning basket maker; former president, National Basketry Organization “A happy combination of overview and fine detail.” –Junco Sato Pollack, professor of textiles (Ret.), Georgia State University 85


FIBER & TEXTILES RECENTLY PUBLIS PUBLISHED Artistry in Fiber, Vol. 1 Wall Art by Anne Lee and E. Ashley Rooney, Foreword by Marcia Young, Introduction by Meredith Re’ Grimsley Connecting us to the wide variety of contemporary fiber art in wall-mounted format, this resource combines more than 600 photos with personal comments from 100 of today’s artists. It discusses wall-format artwork and its place in our textile expressions.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5304-8 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 601 color images Pages: 224 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

In the Media “Akin to walking through a museum or an art gallery in the comfort of your home.” –HAND/EYE Magazine

Artistry in Fiber, Vol. 2 Sculpture by Anne Lee and E. Ashley Rooney, Foreword by Lois Russell, Introduction by Adrienne Sloane Part of the acclaimed three-book series, this volume shows the broad range of possibilities that working in three dimensions can offer. Connecting us to the wide variety of sculptural fiber art, it combines nearly 500 photos of artwork with personal comments from 78 of today’s artists.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5342-0 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 478 color images Pages: 224 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

Artistry in Fiber, Vol. 3 Wearable Art by Anne Lee and E. Ashley Rooney, Foreword by Susan Taber Avila, Foreword by Margery Goldberg This resource combines more than 300 photos with personal comments from 49 of today’s artists creating fiber art in garment and jewelry forms. Part of the acclaimed three-book series, this volume discusses textile art’s place in relation to the body.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5399-4 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 329 color images Pages: 208 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99 86


RECENTLY CENTLY PUBLISHED FIBER & TEXTILES 978-0-7643-5502-8 8 1/2" x 11" 272 color images hard cover / 144 pp. $29.99

978-0-7643-5460-1 8 1/2" x 11" 114 color images hard cover / 240 pp. $34.99

Southern Quilts

HERstory Quilts

Celebrating Traditions, History, and Designs

A Celebration of Strong Women

by Mary W. Kerr

This rich collection of 108 mixed-media fiber art pieces celebrates strong women who cracked glass ceilings, made important discoveries, or shook the world by breaking into fields dominated by men.

by Susanne Miller Jones

In more than 270 color images, this treasury celebrates the South’s rich quilting heritage. Quilt expert Mary W. Kerr joins 13 other historians to show what sets Southern quilts apart from other textiles, and how these traditions developed across all socioeconomic levels, in communities such as African American, Scots Irish, and German.

Buzz on NetGalley

Buzz on NetGalley “Marries the history of strong women with the art and craft of quilting.” “A wonderful book.”

“A beautiful treasure trove of hundreds of stunning quilts.”

“Would be the perfect coffee table book for my home.”

“What a truly gorgeous book.” “A must-have for quilt lovers.”

978-0-7643-5400-7 8 1/2" x 11" 195 images hard cover / 208 pp. $34.99

978-0-7643-5524-0 7" x 10" 116 color images hard cover / 176 pp. $29.99

Fly Me to the Moon

Inspired by Elvis

An Art Quilt Journey

Art Quilts Celebrating the King

by Susanne Miller Jones

by Donna Marcinkowski DeSoto, Foreword by Charles L. Hughes

When Apollo astronauts went to the moon, the world watched. When the Fly Me to the Moon challenge went out, it went global. Included in this collection are 179 art quilts by 130 artists from 8 countries, celebrating the Apollo missions, astronauts, and all things lunar. Take a trip to the moon without the time and rigors of space training!

In the Media “A treasure of a book!” –Marie Bostwick, NYT Bestselling author of A Single Thread and the Cobbled Court Quilts series

Fiber artists honor Elvis Presley in a collection that is as unique as the King of Rock and Roll himself. The art quilts celebrate his songs, movies, and life in an inspired and creative group of 95 works. Enjoy a wide range of interpretations, from realistic to humorous to abstract. Quilts are accompanied by a mix of memories of Elvis, descriptions of the making of these art quilts, and details about the King, creating a one-of-a-kind treasury for Elvis fans and collectors. As a bonus, Elvis devotees are challenged to test their knowledge in a Name-This-Song visual guessing game.

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FEATURED BACKLIST FIBER & TEXTILES

INDIAN BASKETS 978-0-7643-1900-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / PB / $29.95

OLD NEW ENGLAND SPLINT BASKETS AND HOW TO MAKE THEM

RIB BASKETS 978-0-7643-4177-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 88 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-88740-045-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 100 pp. / PB / $14.99

PLY-SPLIT BRAIDED BASKETS

PUNCH NEEDLE RUG HOOKING

LEATHER BRAIDING

Techniques and Designs

978-0-7643-4652-1 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 144 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-7643-1689-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.99

MAKING LEATHER KNIFE SHEATHS, VOLUME 1

PENNY RUGS

101 SOCKS

Sewing Wool Appliqué

978-0-7643-4015-4 6" X 9" / 144 pp. / SPIRAL / $24.99

978-0-7643-3467-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.99

Circular Needles, Felted, Addi-Express, Toe Up, Crocheted, and Spiral Knit

978-0-87033-039-1 5 1/2" X 8 1/2" / 192 pp. / PB / $9.99

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THE ART OF LEATHER INLAY AND OVERLAY A Guide to the Techniques for Top Results

978-0-7643-5121-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-4850-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-88740-111-4 7 3/4" X 10 1/2" / 238 pp. / PB / $24.99

Techniques and Patterns for All Levels

978-0-7643-4971-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 168 pp. / PB / $24.99

Exploring Sculpture in Plain Oblique Twining

THE STITCHES OF CREATIVE EMBROIDERY

AWARD-WINNING BASKET DESIGNS

LEFT-HANDED STITCHERY

COLOR AND FIBER

978-0-88740-110-7 6" X 9" / 64 pp. / PB / $9.99

978-0-88740-065-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 255 pp. / HC / $49.99

THE LITTLE GUIDE TO MASTERING YOUR SEWING MACHINE All the Sewing Basics, Plus 15 Step-by-Step Projects

978-0-7643-4970-6 10" X 7" / 80 pp. / HC / $24.99

JAPANESE CHILDREN’S FABRICS 1950s-1970s

978-0-7643-1967-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / PB / $34.95


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AMISH QUILTS OF LANCASTER COUNTY 978-0-7643-2017-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $29.95

INSPIRED BY THE NATIONAL PARKS

QUILTS PRESIDENTIAL AND PATRIOTIC

Inspiration, Techniques, & Projects

978-0-7643-5041-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-4699-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 80 pp. / PB / $16.99

The Contemporary Quilt

THE HISTORY OF THE PATCHWORK QUILT

Interpretations & Innovations

978-0-88740-093-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 88 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-88740-136-7 7 3/4’’ X 10 1/2’’ / 196 pp. / PB / $16.99

978-0-88740-157-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / PB / $14.95

QUILTS

QUILTS IN EVERYDAY LIFE, 1855–1955

CIVIL WAR QUILTS

Their Landscapes and Wildlife in Fabric Perspectives

QUILTING WITH DOILIES

978-0-7643-5119-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 280 pp. / HC / $34.99

A PEOPLE AND THEIR QUILTS 978-0-88740-024-7 9" X 12" / 214 pp. / PB / $19.99

QUILTS OF VIRGINIA 1607-1899 The Birth of America through the Eye of a Needle

FIBER EXPRESSIONS

The Fabric of Friendship

978-0-7643-1195-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-2465-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

QUILTS OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY

QUILTING NEWS OF YESTERYEAR

1700s to 1970

1,000 Pieces and Counting

978-0-7643-5109-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-2595-3 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / HC / $25.95

A 100-Year Photographic Histor y

NEW QUILTS

978-0-7643-3936-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-4216-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $34.99

WORLD WAR II QUILTS, 2ND ED.

QUILTING TRADITIONS

978-0-7643-5334-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 232 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-1121-5 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

Pieces from the Past

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AND STILL WE RISE Race, Culture and Visual Conversations

978-0-7643-4928-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $34.99

JAPANESE CONTEMPORARY QUILTS AND QUILTERS The Stor y of an American Import

978-0-7643-4874-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / HC / $34.99

TWISTED

ART QUILTS INTERNATIONAL

Modern Quilts with a Vintage Twist

Abstract & Geometric

978-0-7643-5045-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-5170-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 104 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-5220-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 224 pp. / PB / $29.99

KIMONO, VANISHING TRADITION, 2ND ED.

NOMADIC EMBROIDERIES India’s Tribal Textile Art

SOUTHEAST ASIAN TEXTILES

978-0-7643-3032-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $49.99

978-0-7643-1810-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $39.95

BOGOLANFINI MUD CLOTH

Japanese Textiles of the 20th Century

978-0-7643-5050-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $49.99

HMONG STORY CLOTHS

THREADS OF GOLD

THE MOLA

Preser ving Historical & Cultural Treasures

Chinese Textiles Ming to Ching

Traditional Kuna Textile Art

Textile Art with CD

978-0-7643-4859-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 168 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-2538-0 9" X 12" / 304 pp. / HC / $79.95

978-0-7643-3845-8 9" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-7643-2187-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / HC / $49.95

TEXTILE ART OF THE BAKUBA

LINEN

THE BIG BOOK OF FLAX

From Flax Seed to Woven Cloth

A Compendium of Facts, Art, Lore, Projects, and Song

Velvet Embroideries in Raffia

978-0-7643-1685-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.95

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AMERICAN HEROES QUILTS, PAST & PRESENT

978-0-7643-3466-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 232 pp. / HC / $49.99

978-0-7643-3715-4 9" X 12" / 240 pp. / HC / $59.99

WEAVING OF THE SOUTHWEST 978-0-7643-1854-2 9" X 12" / 248 pp. / PB / $29.95


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NORWEGIAN PICK-UP BANDWEAVING 978-0-7643-4751-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $24.99

WEAVING INNOVATIONS FROM THE BATEMAN COLLECTION 978-0-7643-4991-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 272 pp. / HC / $34.99

HANDWOVEN TAPE

WEAVING SHAKER RUGS

WEAVER’S STUDY COURSE

Understanding and Weaving Early American and Contemporary Tape

Traditional Techniques to Create Beautiful Reproduction Rugs and Tapes

Sourcebook for Ideas and Techniques

978-0-7643-5196-9 7" X 10" / 208 pp. / HC / $24.99

THE ART OF WEAVING, 4TH ED. 978-0-7643-4856-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 216 pp. / PB / $34.99

978-0-7643-4907-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / SPIRAL / $34.99

WEAVING DESIGNS BY BERTHA GRAY HAYES Miniature Overshot Patterns

FRANCES L. GOODRICH’S BROWN BOOK OF WEAVING DRAFTS

978-0-7643-3246-3 11" X 8 1/2" / 208 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-4541-8 12" X 9" / 192 pp. / HC / $45.00

THE ART OF WEAVING A LIFE

WEAVE CLASSIC CRACKLE & MORE

FRANCES L. GOODRICH’S COVERLET AND COUNTERPANE DRAFTS

WEFT-FACED PATTERN WEAVES Tabby to Taqueté

A Framework to Expand and Strengthen Your Personal Vision

978-0-7643-5266-9 12" X 9" / 176 pp. / HC / $45.00

978-0-7643-3851-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 352 pp. / PB / $39.99

978-0-7643-5264-5 11" X 8 1/2" / 144 pp. / PB / $24.99

CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL TAPESTRY

TAPESTRY HANDBOOK

978-0-7643-4869-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-2756-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 216 pp. / HC / $59.95

The Next Generation

978-0-88740-112-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $19.95

FIBER ART TODAY 978-0-7643-3777-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $50.00

978-0-7643-3940-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / HC / $34.99

WHAT IF TEXTILES The Art of Gerhardt Knodel

978-0-7643-4994-2 9" X 12" / 224 pp. / HC / $45.00

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RECENTLY PUB PUBLISHED RECENTLY PUBLISHED WOODWORKING WOODWORKING WOODW 978-0-7643-5534-9 7" x 10" 340 color images and illustrations hard cover / 128 pp. $29.99

Multi-Axis Spindle Turning

978-0-7643-5348-2 8 1/2" x 11" 171 color images soft cover / 96 pp. $16.99

A Systematic Exploration

Carving Marine Mammals with Power

by Barbara Dill

by Frank Russell

This approach makes a confusing topic understandable, opening an exciting area to turners. With this strategy for understanding the concepts, and the many options available to create unique forms, any turner can explore the possibilities. Hundreds of helpful photos and diagrams make this a welcome reference.

This intermediate power carving series continues with a dive into the sea, giving the carver the instruction for creating marine mammals. Detailed painting instructions for 16 project plans (21 total carvings) include Humpback Whales, a Beluga, Narwhal, Killer Whale, Manatee, Dolphin, Walrus, Seal, Sea Lion, Otter, and Polar Bear.

In the Media “[Dill] asks us to think, and to take something new and unfamiliar and actually use it without being told how to use it.” –Keith Tompkins, WOW

978-0-7643-5292-8 8 1/2" x 11" 171 color images & b/w drawings soft cover / 64 pp. $14.99

978-0-7643-5349-9 7" x 10" 252 color photos & diagrams hard cover / 224 pp. $34.99

Scroll Saw Pictures, 2nd Edition

Sharpening Woodworking Tools

An Illustrated Guide to Creating Scroll Saw Art

How to Achieve the Sharpest Cutting Edges with Traditional Techniques

by Frank Pozsgai, Text written with and Photography by Douglas Congdon-Martin

by Rudolf Dick

A master scroll sawyer presents this easy-to-understand step-bystep guide for creating cutout pictures, flat or in relief. Learn how to cut out a pair of wolves under a moonlit, mountainous landscape from a drawing and discover many other traceable cutout options in the Patterns section.

In the Media “If you’d like to get more use from your scroll saw as an artistic tool, Pozsgai, will show you how in this easy-to-understand step-by-step guide.” –Woodworker’s Journal

There is much discussion among artisans when it comes to improving the cutting behavior of tools quickly and permanently, but the debate is settled here, where expert engineers and master craftsmen prove the benefits of sharpening blades and tools using methods based on time-tested Japanese water stone grinding techniques.

Buzz on NetGalley “Phenomenal resource for an excellent selection of tools.” “Anyone that works with wood would find this book useful.”

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Technique - Innovation - Creativity

DIRECT WOOD SCULPTURE

WHARTON ESHERICK STUDIO & COLLECTION

Furniture, Vessels, Sculpture

978-0-7643-1299-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / HC / $39.95

978-0-7643-3449-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / HC / $19.99

978-0-7643-1912-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $59.95

ON THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT

SPALTED WOOD

TURNING TO ART IN WOOD

CRAFT FURNITURE

Chairs for the 21st Centur y

The History, Science, and Art of a Unique Material

A Creative Journey

The Legacy of the Human Hand

978-0-7643-4204-2 9" X 12" / 288 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-7643-1787-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $49.95

978-0-7643-5169-3 9" X 12" / 288 pp. / HC / $59.99

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978-0-7643-5038-2 9" X 12" / 288 pp. / HC / $60.00

CARVING 18TH-CENTURY AMERICAN FURNITURE MOTIFS

FURNITURE MADE IN AMERICA

WOOD ART TODAY

WHARTON ESHERICK AND THE BIRTH OF THE AMERICAN MODERN 978-0-7643-3788-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / HC / $29.99

1875-1905

TRADITIONAL WINDSOR CHAIR MAKING WITH JIM RENDI

THE GREAT BOOK OF CARDBOARD FURNITURE Step-by-Step Techniques and Designs

978-0-7643-5236-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-7643-0595-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 320 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-88740-503-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-4151-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.99

STEP-BY-STEP TO A CLASSIC FIREPLACE MANTEL

DO-IT-YOURSELF COFFINS FOR PETS AND PEOPLE

HARDWOOD EDGING AND INLAY FOR CURVED TABLES

THE ART OF MARQUETRY

978-0-88740-653-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-7643-0337-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-5118-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-7643-0237-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / PB / $16.99


FEATURED BACKLIST WOODWORKING

LAMINATED WOOD ART MADE EASY

LAMINATED WOOD ART MADE EASY

The Full-Stripe Pattern

Symmetrical Multi-generational Patterns

978-0-7643-4730-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 80 pp. / PB / $19.99

MARGE’S CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS

REUPHOLSTERING AT HOME 978-0-88740-376-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $14.95

978-0-7643-2972-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-5052-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / PB / $19.99

BASIC INTARSIA

SCROLL SAW PICTURES

978-0-88740-727-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-88740-775-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 48 pp. / PB / $12.95

THE ART AND CRAFT OF WHIRLIGIG CONSTRUCTION

DECORATING GOURDS

NEW WOODTURNING TECHNIQUES AND PROJECTS

978-0-7643-2359-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / PB / $16.95

978-0-7643-1312-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 48 pp. / PB / $14.99

BASIC BOWL TURNING WITH JUDY DITMER

TURNING NATURAL EDGE BOWLS

TURNING PENS AND DESK ACCESSORIES

978-0-88740-627-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-7643-3562-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 80 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-0051-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

Easy to Make & Snug Fitting

DO-IT-YOURSELF TAILORED SLIPCOVERS

978-0-7643-4171-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.99

Carving, Burning, Painting

Advanced Level

978-0-7643-5018-4 9" X 10" / 208 pp. / HC / $34.99

54 3-D SCROLL SAW PATTERNS 978-0-7643-0036-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 48 pp. / PB / $12.95

SEGMENTED WOOD TURNING 978-0-7643-1601-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $14.99

DICK SING RETURNS Unique and Unusual Pens from the Wood Lathe

978-0-7643-0359-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $14.99

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PENS FROM THE WOOD LATHE

TURNING BOXES WITH FRICTION-FITTED LIDS

TURNING ORNAMENTS AND EGGS

978-0-88740-939-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-7643-3027-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-1463-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $14.99

SCULPTING TRADITIONAL BOWLS

HEWING CONTEMPORARY BOWLS

14 WOODEN BOXES YOU CAN MAKE

978-0-88740-698-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 48 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-88740-710-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-7643-4243-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 104 pp. / PB / $19.99

TURNING WOODEN JEWELRY 978-0-88740-611-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

LEARNING THE ART OF PYROGRAPHY: Burning Images on Wood, Paper, and Leather

978-0-88740-729-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

BASIC WOOD BURNING 978-0-88740-568-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

WOOD BURNING WITH SUE WATERS Rural Scenes

WOODBURNING BASICS 978-0-7643-2675-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-88740-569-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.99

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SONGBIRD CARVING

SONGBIRD CARVING II

978-0-88740-057-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $45.00

978-0-88740-119-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 270 pp. / HC / $45.00

WATERFOWL PAINTING

BLUE RIBBON TECHNIQUES Burning and Texturing Methods

978-0-88740-013-1 9" X 6" / 64 pp. / PB / $9.99

Blue Ribbon Techniques

CARVING REALISTIC ANIMALS WITH POWER

978-0-916838-90-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 224 pp. / HC / $45.00

978-0-88740-637-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.99


FEATURED BACKLIST WOODWORKING

CARVING BEARS AND BUNNIES 978-0-88740-267-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $9.95

SANTA AND HIS FRIENDS

TOM WOLFE GOES TO THE DOGS Carving Dogs

SANTA CARVING 978-0-88740-107-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 46 pp. / PB / $8.95

978-0-88740-367-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.99

CARVING THE NATIVITY WITH HELEN GIBSON 978-0-88740-438-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

Car ving with Tom Wolfe

ANGEL CARVING AND OTHER FAVORITES

TRADITIONAL SANTA CARVING WITH TOM WOLFE

CARVING SANTAS WITH SPECIAL INTERESTS

978-0-88740-277-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $9.99

978-0-88740-147-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 80 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-88740-366-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-88740-328-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

CARVING THE HISTORIC WESTERN FACE

CARVING REALISTIC FACES WITH POWER

CARVING CARICATURE HEADS & FACES

CARVING THE NATIVE AMERICAN FACE

978-0-88740-321-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-88740-486-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-88740-784-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-88740-715-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.99

TOM WOLFE CARVES WOODSPIRITS AND WALKING STICKS

CARVING CANES & WALKING STICKS WITH TOM WOLFE

GEORG KEILHOFER’S TRADITIONAL CARVING

BASIC PENKNIFE CARVING WITH TOM WOLFE

978-0-88740-441-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.99

978-0-88740-587-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 48 pp. / PB / $12.99

Basic Relief Car ving

978-0-88740-785-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-88740-499-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 48 pp. / PB / $12.95

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FIRST PROJECTS FOR WOODCARVERS A Pictorial Introduction to Wood Car ving

BASIC CHIP CARVING WITH PAM GRESHAM

RELIEF CARVING WITH NORA HALL

ACANTHUS CARVING AND DESIGN

978-0-88740-498-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-3938-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-7643-3506-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.99

HOW TO BUILD A FLATIRON SKIFF

FUNDAMENTALS OF MODEL BOAT BUILDING

SHIP MODEL BUILDING

Simple Steps Using Basic Tools

978-0-7643-3105-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-87033-369-9 6" X 9" / 320 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-88740-959-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.99

WOODSTRIP ROWING CRAFT 978-0-7643-2553-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 288 pp. / HC / $49.95

978-0-7643-4885-3 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 88 pp. / PB / $19.99

THE BOW BUILDER’S BOOK European Bow Building from the Stone Age to Today

Making a Longbow

BOW ACCESSORIES 978-0-7643-3035-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $34.99

POWER TOOLS Care and Use

978-0-88740-047-6 9" X 6" / 64 pp. / PB / $7.95

978-0-7643-4153-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 216 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-4595-1 6" X 9" / 80 pp. / PB / $19.99

FESTOOL® ESSENTIALS: THE DOMINO DF 500 JOINING SYSTEM

HAND PLANES IN THE MODERN SHOP

HOME WORKSHOP SETUP

HOME WORKSHOP STORAGE

The Complete Guide

978-0-7643-3558-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-4418-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 88 pp. / PB / $19.99

Storage & Organization in the Home Workshop

With CT Dust Extraction System

978-0-7643-3104-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

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TEACHING THE BOW TO BEND

978-0-7643-4574-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / PB / $19.99


HOLIDAYS & ENTERTAINING


NEW THIS SEASON HOLIDAYS & ENTERTAINING

AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER Christmas is the one time of year for decorating with passion—perhaps even abandoned . . . [we] hope you find our book a boon to your joyful decorating. –From the Foreword

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5654-4 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 375 color illustrations Pages: 256 Binding: hard cover Price: $45.00

Christmas by Design Private Homes Decorated by Leading Designers by Patricia Hart McMillan and Katharine Kaye McMillan What would Christmas be without lights, color, greenery, and glitter? Join leading professional designers on a tour of wellappointed private residences dressed in their festive best. The one-of-a-kind decorating schemes are a study in the art of using scale, shape, and color to play up the house’s best features and create a look that’s pulled together. Here are fresh design ideas for indoor and outdoor scenes, whether it’s a glamorous staircase, pristine tree, perfectly wrapped piles of presents, or a simple, well-placed evergreen wreath. Representing a range of geographic locations and decorating philosophies, the designers share their tips, tricks, and traditions for celebrating the season in style, and in every room of the house. A dazzling tour of 29 homes dressed for the holidays by leading designers

One-of-a-kind designs range from vintage and traditional to casual and ultra-chic contemporary

Designers share color schemes, concepts, and tips, and even an updated recipe for mud pie

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Media pitch to regional outlets • National general media push • Social media campaign

Patricia Hart McMillan, author of 19 books on interior design, is an interior designer, home furnishings consultant, and keynote speaker. Katharine Kaye McMillan, PhD, is a redesign life coach and a keynote speaker (KatherineMcMillanPhD.com).

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CHRISTMAS AT HISTORIC HOUSES 978-0-7643-4690-3 $45.00 | 224 pp.

CHRISTMAS AT DESIGNERS’ HOMES ACROSS AMERICA 978-0-7643-5163-1 $45.00 | 256 pp.


NEW THIS SEASON HOLIDAYS & ENTERTAINING

AVAILABLE OCTOBER Schiff is a gifted photographer with a keen eye. Through her photos, [she] brings out the color and joy of the holidays in New York City. –Vartan Gregorian, President, Carnegie Corporation of New York

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5604-9 Size: 10" x 8" Illustrations: 173 color images Pages: 176 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

’Tis the Season New York by Betsy Pinover Schiff No other American city dazzles during the winter holidays like New York, with its magical store windows, larger-than-life street decorations, and brilliant, tree-lit plazas. New York City photographer Betsy Pinover Schiff has gone uptown to Harlem, downtown to the 9/11 Memorial, and to all the boroughs—on foot, by subway, by double-decker bus, and on a tour boat decked with lights and garlands—to capture the city’s creative spirit. Photographed mostly at night, scenes range from Rockefeller Center’s ice rink and a Jewish Festival of Lights ceremony, to a puppet procession and elegantly decorated homes, offering a new, intimate, and heartwarming sense of the city. The book also contains a foreword by New York Times reporter James Barron, quotes from notable New Yorkers, and a map of the image locations. ’Tis the Season New York is a beautiful keepsake of the Big Apple, burnished and bedazzled during the most festive time of the year. 173 photos celebrate all that is festive about the winter holidays in New York City

Sparkling night-time images capture the holiday spirit in all the boroughs

Portrays both the artistry and fantasy of New York, from intimate bars to landmark buildings

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Media pitch to regional outlets • National general media push • Social media campaign ARCHIPELAGO NEW YORK 978-0-7643-5507-3 $29.99 | 144 pp.

Betsy Pinover Schiff is a noted photographer of landscape architecture, gardens, and travel destinations. Her photography has been the subject of four books about New York City, as well as exhibits in New York and Mexico.

WINDOWS ON CENTRAL PARK 978-0-7643-3835-9 $45.00 | 160 pp. 101


HOLIDAYS & ENTERTAINING NEW THIS SEASON

AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER Christmas! . . . where 24 short days recount children’s dreams and the . . . decorating, creating, thinking of others—it is true magic. I hope this book inspires you. Happy embroidery! –Véronique Enginger

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5461-8 Size: 8 1/2" x 12" Illustrations: 103 color images Pages: 96 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

The Magic of Christmas to Cross Stitch French Charm for Your Stitchwork by Véronique Enginger Let the magic of Christmas inspire your stitching with these 20 cross stitch patterns, blending the traditional style of France with a charming contemporary simplicity. Many of the designs include multiple scenes and motifs, offering you hundreds of components to use in a myriad of ways. The elements of a cross-stitched Christmas are all here: wintry scenes, Father Christmas, toys, sparkling decorations, and children enjoying the anticipation! Along with the patterns, enjoy instructions for projects to show off your stitchwork, like a Christmas stocking, a gorgeous Advent calendar, gift cards, and a holiday ABC sampler. Scattered throughout are spirit-inspiring activities and holiday lore, like what the real Santa Claus Village in Finland is like, how the department store window display tradition began, and a recipe for German Christmas cookies. Offers a new blend of traditional style and charming contemporary simplicity—the perfect combo for today’s crafter

20 patterns, most also containing multiple scenes/motifs that offer components to use in your own designs

Holiday spirit as you stitch, thanks to the included Christmas lore, traditions, and projects

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National Print and Online Publicity • Social Media campaign • Holiday Gift Guide inclusion

Illustrator Véronique Enginger is the author of several other books of cross stitch patterns, including Retro Cross Stitch and Fables & Fairy Tales to Cross Stitch. Her designs often focus on helping the charm of our memories enrich our current-day lives.

RETRO CROSS STITCH 978-0-7643-5479-3 $29.99 | 192 pp.

FABLES & FAIRY TALES TO CROSS STITCH 978-0-7643-5478-6 $24.99 | 144 pp. 102


NEW THIS SEASON HOLIDAYS & ENTERTAINING

AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER A must-have handbook for couples getting married today. –Rebecca Thuss, Style Director, Martha Stewart Weddings I love the design and the content! –Martha Stewart

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5610-0 Size: 5 1/2" x 8" Illustrations: 30 illus./diagrams Pages: 144 Binding: soft cover Price: $24.99

The Wedding Invitation Handbook Wording, Design, Printing by Julie Holcomb Many engaged couples want their invitations to reflect top-quality artisan style rather than a mass-produced design. This thorough guide covers all you need to know to ensure your invitations are creatively perfect. It will also prove invaluable for specialty artisan printers who produce work for nuptials. All the elements of wedding stationery are covered here, including the invitation, envelopes, reception cards, ceremony cards, reply cards, and more. Guidance on wording, envelope addresses, design, and printing allows you to confidently make correct choices. Examples include wording for every type of observance, whether it be a traditional, blended, or same-sex marriage, or a non-religious or commitment ceremony. This is a key reference for anyone planning their union, as well as small letterpress printers, calligraphers, and others who offer similar handmade invitations. Includes invitations, envelopes, reception cards, ceremony cards, reply cards, accommodation cards, at home cards, and more

THE PAINTER’S WEDDING 978-0-7643-5442-7 $34.99 | 304 pp.

The rules to follow for beautiful wedding invitations, and when to break them!

Includes dozens of examples of invitations, offering ideas to build on

THE WHITE DRESS IN COLOR: WEDDING INSPIRATIONS FOR THE MODERN BRIDE 978-0-7643-4567-8 $45.00 | 160 pp.

Julie Holcomb has been practicing the craft of letterpress printing for more than 35 years, and has been featured in wedding magazines including Bride’s and Martha Stewart Weddings. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. www.julieholcombprinters.com

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National bridal and event planning publicity push • Social media outreach • Early promotion to industry professionals through NetGalley 103


RECENTLY PUBLISHED HOLIDAYS & ENTERTAINING RECENTLY PUBLISHED HOLIDAYS & ENTERTAINING Let’s Get Monster Smashed Horror Movie Drinks for a Killer Time by Jon Chaiet & Marc Chaiet Horror movie inspired party drinks all wrapped up in an awesome ’80s VHS package complete with viewing recommendations, this is the ultimate tome for a terrifyingly terrific party. Shots, gelatin creations, punches, non-alcoholic recipes, and a few special FX all keep readers and their guests interested and coming back for more.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5370-3 Size: 6" x 9" 152 images Pages: 144 Binding: hard cover Price: $19.99

In the Media

“Adds a bit of sorcery to your favorite booze.” –Chowhound “Gorgeously packaged ’80s VHS style.” –iHorror “It’s written with a sharp sense of humor . . . and it actually tries to break down the steps in crafting quality cocktails.” anboy Planet

Trappist Beer Travels Inside the Breweries of the Monasteries by Caroline Wallace, Sarah Wood & Jessica Deahl This combination beer journal, history book, and travelogue grants readers rare access inside monasteries for an in-depth look at the breweries of Trappist monks. Join three American beer writers as they travel the globe, and come to appreciate each abbey with a reverence informed by the brewery directors and monks.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5294-2 Size: 7" x 10" 239 color images Pages: 208 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

In the Media “A book the craft beer scene has needed for a long time.” –Porchdrinking.com “An entertaining look at legendary Trappist breweries worldwide.” –Shelf Awareness

Tabletop Distilling How to Make Spirits, Essences, and Essential Oils with Small Stills by Kai Möller With a small, 0.5-liter distiller, you can easily create fine brandies, whiskies, and even essential oils in your own kitchen. In this detailed how-to book, learn the tools, techniques, and safe procedures to distill raw natural materials for a variety of applications. Also included is a useful guide that explains what plants to use for different purposes; a look at the various types of stills; and a detailed, step-by-step treatment of mashing, fermenting, distilling, and refining spirits. Complete with a guide to distilling essential oils and their benefits and tips ISBN: 978-0-7643-5511-0 and tricks for troubleshooting and avoiding common pitfalls, this Size: 7" x 10" is the ideal companion for the home distiller. 132 color images Pages: 176 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99 104


RECENTLY PUBLISHED HOLIDAYS & ENTERTAINING The Painter’s Wedding Inspired Celebrations with an Artistic Edge by Kristy Rice For the modern couple looking to dream beyond DIY to infuse big meaning into their day, this book references iconic painters and art movements to craft visually powerful events. It bridges the gap between how to do your wedding and how to dream your wedding.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5442-7 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 515 images Pages: 304 Binding: soft cover Price: $34.99

See Kristy’s Designs In Southern Weddings, Utterly Engaged, Inside Wedding, Style Me Pretty, Pop Sugar, Martha Stewart Living, 100 Layered Cake, and more

The White Dress Destinations The Definitive Guide to Planning the New Destination Wedding by Beth Lindsay Chapman, Candice Coppola & Carla Ten Eyck With six photo shoots in romantic destinations, this gorgeous book shows you how to curate a bespoke wedding that reflects your personal style and captures the flavor of the destination. It is also a comprehensive planning guide filled with checklists for creating a once-in-a-lifetime experience for you and your guests.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5303-1 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 350+ color images Pages: 272 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

In the Media “Lays out the blueprint for authentically executing something truly bespoke.” –Hayley Paige, designer “A must-have for anyone planning a destination wedding.” –JoAnn Gregoli, founder of Elegant Occasions

The White Dress in Color: Wedding Inspirations for the Modern Bride by Beth Lindsay Chapman, Candice Dowling Coppola & Carla Ten Eyck Filled with colorful eye candy for the modern bride, this is a compilation of styled photo shoots meant to inspire couples as they embark on the journey of planning their wedding.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-4567-8 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 200+ color photos Pages: 160 Binding: hard cover Price: $45.00

In the Media “Fresh ideas, helpful tips, and inspiration.” –Destination I Do Magazine “Bound to inspire.” –Weddings Illustrated Magazine 105


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THE ULTIMATE CORKSCREW BOOK

CORKSCREWS

THE UMAMI FACTOR

1000 Patented Ways to Open a Bottle

978-0-7643-0701-0 9" X 12" / 320 pp. / HC / $89.95

978-0-7643-0018-9 9" X 12" / 340 pp. / HC / $79.95

Full-Spectrum Fermentation for the 21st Century

COULTER & PAYNE FARM DISTILLERY’S 101 USES FOR MOONSHINE

Cupcake Recipes to Awaken Your Sweet Tooth

978-0-7643-5117-4 6" X 9" / 88 pp. / HC / $19.99

978-0-7643-4796-2 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 88 pp. / HC / $19.99

THE BOOK OF GREAT AMERICAN FIRECRACKERS

HOLIDAYS AND OTHER WEIRD EVENTS

HALLOWEEN

PUMPKIN CINEMA

Costumes and Other Treats

The Best Movies for Halloween

978-0-7643-3362-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-7643-1410-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

978-0-7643-4723-8 7" X 10" / 176 pp. / HC / $24.99

HALLOWEEN

TIMELESS HALLOWEEN COLLECTIBLES

Cherr y Bombs, M-80s, Cannon Crackers, and More

DARE TO BAKE!

DISTILLING FRUIT BRANDY 978-0-7643-3926-4 7" X 10" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-4876-1 7" X 10" / 272 pp. / HC / $39.99

ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF VALENTINES

A Century of Valentine Cards

VALENTINE TREASURY

978-0-7643-0707-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.95

978-0-7643-0195-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $49.95

978-0-7643-5142-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / HC / $24.99

INTO THE PUMPKIN 978-0-7643-4183-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 48 pp. / HC / $16.99

THEY’RE COMING! 978-0-7643-4225-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 32 pp. / HC / $16.99

Collectible Decorations and Games

978-0-7643-1027-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $29.95

1920 to 1949, A Halloween Reference Book from the Beistle Company Archive with Price Guide

978-0-7643-2146-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $30.00 106


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HALLOWEEN FAVORITES IN PLASTIC

CHRISTMAS AT DESIGNERS’ HOMES ACROSS AMERICA

978-0-7643-0509-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 111 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-5163-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $45.00

CHRISTMAS AT AMERICA’S LANDMARK HOUSES

CHRISTMAS 1960 TO THE PRESENT

978-0-7643-4996-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $45.00

A Collector’s Guide to Decorations and Customs

CHRISTMAS, 1940-1959 A Collector’s Guide to Decorations and Customs

978-0-7643-2672-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

CHRISTMAS LONG AGO 978-0-7643-2357-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.95

KITSCHMASLAND!

978-0-7643-2978-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

CARVING SANTAS FOR TODAY with Tom Wolfe

978-0-7643-3082-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $14.99

CHRISTMAS 1960 TO THE PRESENT A Collector’s Guide to Decorations and Customs

978-0-7643-1484-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

978-0-7643-3559-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 224 pp. / HC / $45.00

HOLIDAY PLASTIC NOVELTIES: THE STYRENE TOYS 978-0-7643-0781-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.95

978-0-7643-2245-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

Christmas Decor from the 1950s to the 1970s

CHRISTMAS AT HISTORIC HOUSES

THE VISIT

SANTA CLAWS

The Origin of “The Night Before Christmas"

The Christmas Crab

978-0-7643-4575-3 10" X 9" / 56 pp. / HC / $16.99

978-0-7643-3687-4 9" X 9" / 30 pp. / HC / $10.99

WAX ON CRAFTS HOLIDAY PROJECTS

AMERICAN HEROES QUILTS, PAST & PRESENT

SEASONAL TABLE SETTINGS

978-0-7643-4955-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 96 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-5045-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-4018-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

21 Designs Inspired by Nature

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NEW THIS SEASON NEW THIS SEASON ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

AVAILABLE MAY It is my hope that when you complete your reading you will have a clearer understanding of the hardships Illinois endured. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5371-0 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 2844 color & b/w images Pages: 1648 Binding: box set Price: $295.00

The Illinois Watch and Its Hamilton Years The Finale of a Great American Watch Company by Fredric J. Friedberg

ABOUT TIME 978-0-7643-4905-8 $34.99 | 240 pp.

This new five-volume, boxed set completes the Illinois Watch story in detail never before revealed, describing the American watch industry at its inception and at the time of the Great Depression, including the impact this economic disaster had on the watch industry, in general, and on Illinois and its new corporate parent, in particular. Organized into five distinct books, volume one is a massive, in-depth history, placing the Illinois Watch Company in the context of the American watch industry and detailing the reasons that Hamilton eventually acquired the company. Volume two discusses the major components of Illinois wristwatches: movements, dials, and cases. Special features include information about major casemakers and manufacturers of watchbands, and interviews with watch repairers and with the world’s leading dial refinisher. Volumes three and four comprise three complete identification guides, each with superb color photographs, including a greatly expanded guide to the Illinois men’s wristwatches, the most comprehensive guide ever undertaken for the Illinois ladies’s models, and a new guide detailing the men’s and ladies’ watches in the Hamilton-Illinois line introduced and sold by Hamilton between 1953 and 1955. Volume five provides information about collecting and tips on how to go about doing it (plus an interview with four top collectors). Beautifully illustrated throughout, these books include many rare advertisements in addition to pictures of the watches themselves. Comprehensive history of both Illinois and the American watch industry

Reveals new insights on why Hamilton bought Illinois

Complete Illinois Watch identification guides

THE BEAUTY OF TIME 978-0-7643-4956-0 $34.99 | 208 pp.

Fredric J. Friedberg is recently retired. For the last thirty years he served as the general counsel and then president and chairman of three separate Toshiba Medical companies located in the United States and the United Kingdom. He is the author of three other books and lives with his wife, Joy, in Southern California.

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Pitch men’s interest and fashion magazines • Social media push pre-pub • Antiques and collectibles media pitch

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AVAILABLE AUGUST Gives a complete perspective for the collector today. –Bob Peirce, author of Iron Safe Banks

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5560-8 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 910 color and b/w photos Pages: 272 Binding: hard cover Price: $79.99

The Safe Bank Book Cast Iron Safe Banks Made between 1870 and 1941 by Michael Holz Made as toy savings banks, souvenirs, or advertising premiums, cast iron safe banks are found in a variety of sizes, colors, and finishes, and were produced from 1865 until World War II. Due to their numerous parts, coupled with the locking mechanism, they have not been reproduced. This book is the most complete listing of iron safe banks known to date and includes a broad range of additional information, taken directly from primary reference resources, to engage both the casual reader and serious collector. There are nearly 500 unique casting variations identified with multiple colors and finishes represented. This catalog is augmented with chapters that include more than twenty company profiles, 175 pages reproduced from original manufacturer catalogs, over sixty ads from period mail order catalogs, nearly forty related US Patents, as well as trade cards, postcards, calendars, posters, and other ephemera related to safe banks and the companies that made them. Safe banks were made as savings banks, souvenirs, or advertising premiums, and are found in a variety of sizes and finishes

Nearly 500 unique examples identified with multiple finishes, and additional manufacturer profiles, catalogs, patents, and ephemera

A complete listing of known iron safe banks compiled from primary references

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Antique & Collectible media pitch • Social media marketing campaign • Targeted mailing to antique retailers

Mike Holz is an engineer for the United States Coast Guard. Traveling over his 30 years with the Coast Guard has allowed him to meet and visit with many other collectors. He currently resides in Pennsylvania with his wife Beth.

PENNY BANKS AROUND THE WORLD 978-0-7643-0019-6 $49.95 | 200 pp.

A PENNY SAVED 978-0-88740-528-0 $59.95 | 176 pp. 110


NEW THIS SEASON ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER The classic text on antique boxes, now fully updated and expanded!

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5621-6 Size: 9" x 12" Illustrations: 1,024 color images Pages: 336 Binding: hard cover Price: $95.00

Antique Boxes, Tea Caddies & Society, 2nd Edition 1700–1880 by Antigone Clarke and Joseph O’Kelly The charm of this remarkable book is overwhelming, in which antique boxes and tea caddies—along with the people who inspired, made, and used them—dance gracefully through the pages. The reader is guided through the aesthetic, cultural, and social influences of the years covered, accumulating a deep understanding of the form, decoration, and purpose of 18th- and 19th-century boxes. The extensive text covers wooden, tortoiseshell, ivory, papier-mâché, and lacquer boxes. There are chapters on Anglo Indian, Scottish, Irish, Penwork, Straw work, and Tunbridge ware boxes, as well as on boxes made for special purposes. Captions include complete descriptions, values, and circa dates for all boxes shown. The 1,000 plus images include original drawings, magnificent photographs of complete pieces, and close-ups illustrating the structure and decoration of boxes. This is an indispensable companion for box collectors and reflects fascinating information about cultural forces that shaped the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The reader is guided through the aesthetic, cultural, and social influences of the 18th and 19th centuries

The book conveys a deep understanding of the forms, decoration, and purpose of antique boxes

Includes more than 1,000 images

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National antique publicity outreach • Social media marketing campaign • Targeted mailing to antique retailers LACQUERED BOXES 978-0-88740-197-8 $69.95 | 216 pp.

Joseph and Antigone live in an old part of London, close to the heart of traditional cabinet making. There is a wealth of material relating to their chosen fields in libraries, museums, and homes easily accessible to them.

19TH CENTURY WOODEN BOXES 978-0-7643-0319-7 $29.95 | 160 pp. 111


RECENTLY PUBLISHED ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES The Gentleman’s Pocket Knife History and Construction of the World’s Most Beautiful Models by Stefan Schmalhaus Revealed are the most beautiful pocket knives from old standards of past generations such as Boker, Puma, Forge de Laguiole, Saladini, Case, Great Eastern Cutlery, and Queen Cutlery to the more modern Claude Dozorme, Neptunia, Fantoni, and Rockstead. Interesting facts about the history and technology of pocket knives add to an assortment of stylish, striking, and elegant pocket knives that anyone can cut into.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5498-4 Size: 8" x 10" 408 color images Pages: 224 Binding: hard cover Price: $39.99

See history through a new lens . . . THE LAST VETERANS OF WWII | 978-0-7643-5362-8

THE NEUTRON’S LONG SHADOW 978-0-7643-5237-9

WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION 978-0-7643-5440-3

GRUNTS | 978-0-7643-5302-4

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RECENTLY P PUBLISHED ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Antique American Needlework Tools by Dawn Cook Ronningen Featuring exquisite examples from museums and private collections, including many rare items, this treasure trove explains and illustrates the history and beauty of American sewing tools. Exhaustively researched, it is the first publication to focus on the topic and shares the story of the American industries, innovations, and uses related to hand sewing and embroidery tools. Insights spring from well-documented primary sources like eighteenth-century American newspaper advertisements or a twentieth-century thimble patent. The book offers historical background, detailed descriptions, and photographs of needles and threads, bodkins and awls, chatelaines, hoops, lucets, and more. The strong link between women's history and needlework tools is captured ISBN: 978-0-7643-5549-3 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" as well. This is an invaluable resource for historians, scholars, 657 images collectors, and embroidery and sewing enthusiasts. Pages: 256 Binding: soft cover Price: $34.99

A Tea Caddy Collection by Mark Bramble Through photographs and anecdotes, Broadway author and director Mark Bramble presents the vast collection of antique tea caddies he and his late mother assembled over more than 5 decades of collecting. Explore the historical and societal atmospheres that engendered such varied styles of caddies and how interest in these treasures, created for storing tea, coincided with the competitive search for the formula to make “true” porcelain. The history behind the tea caddy reinforces the overlap between art and functionality, and how the culture of artistic creation is a random blend of geography, sociology, talent, and luck. In this generous volume, collectors are treated to an endearing reflection on a lifetime hobby of mother and son, whose collection encompasses centuries of worldwide ISBN: 978-0-7643-5457-1 artistic creation. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 435 color images Pages: 160 Binding: hard cover Price: $39.99

Collector’s Guide to the Balmat Mining District St. Lawrence County, New York by Steven C. Chamberlain, Marian V. Lupulescu, David G. Bailey, William F. deLorraine & George W. Robinson This famous mining district in southern St. Lawrence County, New York, produced talc and zinc ore for more than a century. Most collectors are familiar with the very desirable specimens produced. This book is the first comprehensive description of the history, geology, and mineralogy of this important mining district.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5466-3 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 249 images Pages: 128 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99 113


ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES RECENT RECENTLY PUBLISHED This Day in Collecting History A Year of Art, Memorabilia & Other Treasures Sold by Michael A. McLeod and Marla K. McLeod A calendar year’s worth of historical events are presented with auctions of related collectibles in this fun and informative compilation. Arranged from January 1 to December 31, discover the fabulous sums paid for a ring worn by Joan of Arc, the Cowardly Lion’s costume from The Wizard of Oz, and many more.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5341-3 Size: 6" x 9" 679 images Pages: 272 Binding: soft cover Price: $24.99

In the Media “Packed with a month-by-month cache of information—the kind we collectors and historians relish.” –The Mercury News

The Unofficial Guide to Vintage Transformers 1980s through 1990s by J. E. Alvarez Focusing on the first two decades of Transformers products from the 1980s through the 1990s. Features toys in and out of package, detailed information on the history of the toy brand, product variations, international releases, and licensed merchandise.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5441-0 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 811 images Pages: 240 Binding: soft cover Price: $29.99

In the Media “A fun stroll through memory lane.” –Lyles’ Movie Files “Cons: none.” –Toy Hype USA

Aurora Model Kits With Polar Lights, Moebius, Atlantis by Thomas Graham The inside-the-factory story of Aurora Plastics and the new companies continuing the Aurora tradition, such as Polar Lights, Moebius, and Atlantis. Every original and new issue of Aurora models are described. Over 500 color photographs and informative text enhance this comprehensive history and guide with current collectors’ market values.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-5283-6 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 550+ color images Pages: 200 Binding: soft cover Price: $29.99

In the Media “If you’re a serious collector, I highly recommend this book.” –Collecting Classic Monsters “Whether you are a model kit fan, a fan of ’60s/’70s pop culture, or a monster kid, this is an indispensable reference book.” –SciFiMoviePages


FEATURED BACKLIST ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

COMPENDIUM OF AUTOMATIC MORSE CODE 978-0-7643-5131-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 304 pp. / HC / $75.00

PLAINS INDIANS REGALIA & CUSTOMS 978-0-7643-3536-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $49.99

LIGHTSHIP BASKETS OF NANTUCKET 978-0-7643-0891-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.95

KNOLL HOME & OFFICE FURNITURE 978-0-7643-2395-9 9" X 11 3/4" / 320 pp. / HC / $79.95

50 LANDMARK CAMERAS THAT CHANGED PHOTOGRAPHY

THE HISTORICAL APOTHECARY COMPENDIUM

BIZARRE & OUTLANDISH GADGETS & DOOHICKEYS

A Guide to Terms and Symbols

Used in Ever yday Life—1851 to 1951

978-0-7643-5004-7 9" X 12" / 256 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-7643-4926-3 9" X 12" / 336 pp. / HC / $50.00

978-0-7643-5132-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 320 pp. / HC / $60.00

RUGS AND POSTS The Story of Navajo Weaving and the Role of the Indian Trader

NAVAJO WEAVING TODAY 978-0-88740-319-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-7643-2208-2 9" X 12" / 120 pp. / PB / $24.99

WICKER BASKETRY 978-0-7643-4080-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $24.99

CONTEMPORARY SAILORS’ VALENTINES Romance Revisited

AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETS Building and Caring for a Collection

978-0-7643-4404-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 272 pp. / HC / $59.99

MAXFIELD PARRISH 978-0-88740-527-3 9" X 12" / 224 pp. / HC / $39.95

978-0-7643-5102-0 9" X 12" / 224 pp. / HC / $60.00

CLASSIC HERMAN MILLER

PAUL EVANS

TIFFANY BY DESIGN

978-0-7643-0471-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 216 pp. / HC / $49.99

Designer & Sculptor

An In-Depth Look at Tiffany Lamps

978-0-7643-4166-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-2484-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.99

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PYREX®, 5TH ED. The Unauthorized Collector’s Guide

978-0-7643-4664-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / PB / $34.99

FENTON A-Z 978-0-7643-2046-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / PB / $24.95

THE BIG BOOK OF FENTON GLASS, 5TH ED.

COLORS & PATTERNS OF DEPRESSION ERA GLASSWARE

FENTON ART GLASS

JADITE, 4TH ED.

A Centennial of Glass Making 1907-2007 and Beyond

Identification & Price Guide

978-0-7643-4117-5 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-3680-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 248 pp. / HC / $39.99

FOSTORIA AMERICAN LINE 2056, 3RD ED. 978-0-7643-2469-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / HC / $29.95

Glass Dinnerware

MAUZY’S COMPREHENSIVE HANDBOOK OF DEPRESSION GLASS PRICES, 10TH ED.

978-0-7643-3679-9 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-4280-6 4" X 8 1/2" / 272 pp. / PB / $12.99

MID-CENTURY MODERN GLASS IN AMERICA

AN UNAUTHORIZED GUIDE TO FIRE-KING® GLASSWARES,3RD ED.

978-0-7643-2243-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-4744-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 272 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-2515-1 6" X 9" / 144 pp. / PB / $12.95

HOMESTEAD GLASS WORKS

WADE MINIATURES, 4TH ED.

Bryce, Higbee & Company, 1879-1907

An Unauthorized Guide to Whimsies®, Premiums, Villages, and Characters

THE ROSARY COLLECTOR’S GUIDE

1940-1970

978-0-7643-5035-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 288 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-2704-9 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $16.99 116

AVON’S 1876 CAPE COD COLLECTION, 2ND ED.

978-0-7643-4686-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 192 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-4535-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 152 pp. / HC / $34.99

THE BIG BOOK OF FENTON MILK GLASS, 2ND ED. 1940-1985

978-0-7643-2037-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / HC / $29.95

LEA STEIN® JEWELRY 978-0-7643-1381-3 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / HC / $39.95


FEATURED BACKLIST ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

FRED HARVEY JEWELRY 1900–1955

MIRIAM HASKELL JEWELRY, 2ND ED.

978-0-7643-4448-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-3331-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $59.99

REASSESSING HALLMARKS OF NATIVE SOUTHWEST JEWELRY Artists, Traders, Guilds, and the Government

TURQUOISE JEWELRY, 4TH ED. 978-0-7643-2843-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 64 pp. / PB / $9.95

978-0-7643-4670-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / HC / $34.99

THE BOOK OF GRISWOLD & WAGNER, 5TH ED.

THE BOOK OF WAGNER & GRISWOLD

EARLY AMERICAN CAST IRON HOLLOWARE 1645-1900

Favorite * Wapak * Sidney Hollow Ware

Martin, Lodge, Vollrath, Excelsior

Pots, Kettles, Teakettles, and Skillets

978-0-7643-1191-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-4536-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

AMERICA’S EARLY ADVERTISING PAPER DOLLS

For the World’s Most Fashionable Dolls, 1959–1972

THE COMPLETE & UNAUTHORIZED GUIDE TO VINTAGE BARBIE® DOLLS, 3RD ED.

978-0-7643-5135-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 224 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-5158-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 224 pp. / PB / $29.99

CHILDREN’S PAPER PREMIUMS IN AMERICAN ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING POSTCARDS

978-0-7643-3729-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 328 pp. / PB / $34.99

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE ACCESSORIES, 2ND ED.

1890-1990s

978-0-7643-1237-3 11" X 8 1/2" / 144 pp. / PB / $29.95

978-0-7643-0702-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

BUTTON BUTTON

GRISWOLD MUFFIN PANS 978-0-7643-0239-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

PEZ® COLLECTIBLES 978-0-7643-1095-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.95

Identification and Price Guide

THE COLLECTOR’S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BUTTONS

978-0-7643-0082-0 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $16.99

978-0-7643-2329-4 7" X 10" / 256 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-1012-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95 117


ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES FEATURED BACKLIST

THE COMPLETE PINBALL BOOK, 3RD ED. Collecting the Game & Its History

978-0-7643-3785-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 320 pp. / HC / $59.99

THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ARCADE VIDEO GAMES 978-0-7643-1925-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 240 pp. / HC / $39.95

1982 to Present

THE PINBALL COMPENDIUM: 1970 -1981

THE PINBALL COMPENDIUM: 1930S-1960S

978-0-7643-4107-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 320 pp. / HC / $59.99

978-0-7643-2074-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 240 pp. / HC / $59.95

978-0-7643-1527-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $49.95

THE 100 GREATEST CONSOLE VIDEO GAMES

HOLLYWOOD MOVIE POSTERS

1977-1987

WESTERN MOVIE PHOTOGRAPHS AND AUTOGRAPHS

978-0-7643-4618-7 7" X 10" / 240 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-3934-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 456 pp. / HC / $49.99

978-0-7643-2010-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 224 pp. / HC / $49.95

1914-1990

COLLECTIBLE TELEVISION MEMORABILIA

STAR WARS TOYS

A WEIRD-OH WORLD

A Super Collector’s Wish Book

The Art of Bill Campbell

REMEMBERING REVELL MODEL KITS, 3RD ED.

978-0-7643-0162-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $29.95

978-0-7643-4160-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 448 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-4648-4 9" X 12" / 192 pp. / PB / $39.99

978-0-7643-2992-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $29.99

MONOGRAM MODELS

THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MATCHBOX TOYS, 4TH ED.

COLLECTING MATCHBOX, 2ND ED.

LESNEY’S MATCHBOX TOYS, 3RD ED.

1947-2001

Regular Wheels 1953-1969

Regular Wheel Years, 1947-1969

978-0-7643-4560-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 320 pp. / PB / $34.99

978-0-7643-4189-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 136 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-4188-5 9" X 6" / 128 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-4424-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

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CLASSIC MINIATURE VEHICLES

LESNEY’S MATCHBOX® TOYS, 3RD ED.

Made in Italy

The Superfast Years, 1969-1982

978-0-88740-433-7 9" X 6" / 256 pp. / PB / $16.95

978-0-7643-3321-7 9" X 6" / 128 pp. / PB / $19.99

AURORA SLOT CARS

THE COMPLETE BOOK OF HOT WHEELS®, 4TH ED.

MARBLES IDENTIFICATION AND PRICE GUIDE, 5TH ED.

978-0-7643-1083-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-3994-3 6" X 9" / 176 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-1863-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

THE ULTIMATE An Illustrated Histor y of Hamer Guitars

978-0-7643-4352-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $39.99

EARLY LOGGING TOOLS 978-0-7643-2740-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

THE ZENITH® TRANS-OCEANIC, 2ND ED. The Royalty of Radios

978-0-7643-2838-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $34.99

CORGI TOYS, 4TH ED.

DINKY TOYS, 7TH ED.

978-0-7643-2253-2 9" X 6" / 224 pp. / PB / $16.99

978-0-7643-3319-4 9" X 6" / 224 pp. / PB / $19.99

GUNS AND GUNMAKING TOOLS OF SOUTHERN APPALACHIA The Stor y of the Kentucky Rifle

978-0-916838-81-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 118 pp. / PB / $14.99

COLLECTING THE 50S AND 60S

JUKEBOXES 978-0-88740-876-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / HC / $35.00

DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN HAND TOOLS A Pictorial Synopsis

978-0-7643-1592-3 8 1/2" X 11" / 560 pp. / HC / $39.99

OLD-TIME TELEPHONES! DESIGN, HISTORY, AND RESTORATION

SIGNS OF OUR PAST

A Handbook & Price Guide

Porcelain Enamel Advertising in America

978-0-7643-2282-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 272 pp. / PB / $29.95

978-0-7643-0131-5 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $16.95

978-0-7643-3042-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $59.99

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New Englan AVAILABLE AUGUST

Dark Tourism is the act of travel and visitation to sites, attractions, and exhibitions that have real or recreated death, suffering or the seemingly macabre as a main theme. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5571-4 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" Illustrations: 120 color images Pages: 144 Binding: soft cover Price: $24.99

Notorious New England A Travel Guide to Tragedy and Treachery by Summer Paradis and Sandra Vivian Graul New England is notorious for its dark tourism with tragic and treacherous attractions, both historical and contemporary, that re-create death, suffering, and the outright macabre. History buffs and paranormal enthusiasts will discover engaging stories, from historic homes and cemeteries to serial killers and infamous haunted locales. Featuring a balance of old favorites and brand-new finds, full visitor information is provided, including where to park, where to eat, and even where to find a clean restroom! Learn about more than 100 sinister sites found throughout the region. New England has a darker side—it awaits you. A New England dark tourism guide to more than 100 sinister sites

Tales of tragedy and treachery including serial killers, ghostly hauntings, pirate tales, and notorious crimes

Stories cover both historical and contemporary renowned New England locations, including old favorites and newly reported hauntings and events

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • New England regional media pitch • Outreach to paranormal media • Social media marketing campaign GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN 978-0-7643-4552-4 $24.99 | 128 pp.

NEW ENGLAND’S SCARIEST STORIES . . . 978-0-7643-4122-9 $16.99 | 144 pp.

Summer Paradis is a native New Englander, school psychologist, and paranormal investigator. She co-authored Gone But Not Forgotten: New England’s Ghost Towns, Cemeteries and Memorials and New England’s Scariest Stories and Urban Legends. Sandra Vivian Graul is originally from the Philippines, transplanted to Maine as a military brat and realized she was a “sensitive" in early childhood. 121


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New Englan AVAILABLE AUGUST The visually rich coast and people of Maine have inspired many photographs, paintings, words, and songs. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5575-2 Size: 6" x 6" Illustrations: 86 color images Pages: 96 Binding: hard cover Price: $9.99

Coastal Maine A Keepsake by Antelo Devereux Jr. Come on a journey along the visually and historically rich Maine coast from Kittery, on the southern border, and east to Eastport, where the sun first rises on the US. Travel past shores where ships have wrecked and where lighthouses warn of the rocks; stop at towns where large sailing schooners were built; and visit villages where fishing and lobstering activities continue today. The 86 images are only a sample of the eye-captivating and colorful sights and scenes to be found from early morning into night along the Maine coast. Photographic journey along the coast of Maine

The images include towns and harbors, sights and scenes along the entire coast of Maine

The images show why the coast of Maine is so often visited and is the subject of paintings and photographs

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Pitch to New England media • Publicity push to photography publications • Early promotion on NetGalley

Antelo Devereux Jr. has been photographing for the better part of his life, first as an amateur and more recently as a professional. He has published seven books and has exhibited his images in various venues and galleries in Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.

MAINE COAST PERSPECTIVES 978-0-7643-3015-5 $9.99 | 80 pp.

MAINE MEMORIES 978-0-7643-4846-4 $24.99 | 128 pp. 122


RECENTLY PUBLISHED NEW ENGLAND / RECENTLY PUBLISHED REGIONAL NEW ENGLAND / REGIONAL Vermont An Autumn Perspective by Ken Paulsen Vermont has long been acclaimed for its stunning natural beauty. It is no more apparent than during autumn when hues of red, orange, and yellow leaves cover the landscape of the Green Mountain State. Enjoy the season as you view village scenes, waterfalls, covered bridges, pastoral images, and historic structures cloaked in autumn splendor. Experience the familiar Vermont spots and the not so familiar as you view all corners of the state through 120+ colorful photos. Views of Lake Champlain from Mt. Philo, Peacham village, Old First Church in Bennington, Windsor-Cornish Covered Bridge, Moss Glen NEW ENGLAND Falls, and the idyllic Jenne Farm scene are just a few of the ISBN: 978-0-7643-5390-1 more popular destinations. Hidden treasures await as you tour Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" the back roads of Vermont at this special time of the year. Pages: 96 Binding: hard cover Price: $16.99

Out in Blue Fields A Year at Hokum Rock Blueberry Farm by Janice Riley & Stephen Spear Chronicles a year in the life of a blueberry farm on Cape Cod. Consisting of monthly essays with accompanying photographs, the book is filled with practical knowledge, natural history, science, poetry, and a love of the natural world. Above all, it celebrates blueberries and a life lived close to nature.

NEW ENGLAND ISBN: 978-0-7643-5453-3 Size: 7 1/2" x 9" 367 images Pages: 192 Binding: hard cover Price: $29.99

Buzz on NetGalley “Filled with everything Blueberry . . . stunning pictures.” “Feels like home. Extraordinary!” “I cannot wait to pick some blueberries . . . . Great book!”

Cape Cod and the Islands A Drone’s Eye View by Christopher Seufert More than 100 drone images reveal the cape’s ocean currents, tide pools, geological forms, and neat town grids from never-before-seen angles and perspectives. They also give refreshingly equal exposure both to hidden corners and well-traveled landmarks of every town on the cape, including Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.

NEW ENGLAND ISBN: 978-0-7643-5506-6 Size: 10" x 7" 115 color images Pages: 128 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

In the Media “Seufert’s drone photography is simply out of this world. Fresh. Graphic. Striking. Unique.” –Jack Hollingsworth 123


REGIONAL RECENTLY PUBLISHED / NEW ENGLAND Cape Cod Notebook An Alternative Guidebook to the Beaches of Cape Cod by Betsy Medvedovsky It’s all about the beaches in this Cape Cod minimalist travel guide that is part journal, part field notebook. Divided by region, the notebook includes detailed maps and space for journal entries. Each page lists icons with key pieces of visitor information for the beaches, such as parking fees; food, shower, and boat ramp availability; and whether Rover is welcome, leaving plenty of space to capture beach memories in writing or sketches. The town maps highlight beach locations and note bike, pedestrian, car, and handicap access. Start your Cape Cod adventure with this ideal personal NEW ENGLAND ISBN: 978-0-7643-5459-5 guide—an invitation to discover your own favorite stretch of Size: 6" x 9" sand under the sun, and a reminder of all the beaches visited 19 maps and those left to explore. Pages: 192 Binding: flexi-bind Price: $19.99

Nantucket Vistas by Arthur P. Richmond As a souvenir or a gift, this small-format book captures Nantucket vistas in wide-view format, offering colorful panoramas to treasure for years to come. From the harbor to the cobblestone streets, from beaches to lighthouses, these views provide an enjoyable keepsake of magnificent Nantucket.

NEW ENGLAND ISBN: 978-0-7643-5315-4 Size: 9" x 6" 60 color images Pages: 128 Binding: hard cover Price: $16.99

Buzz on NetGalley “Just stunning!” “Wonderful book of photos of Nantucket.” “Makes the reader want to travel.”

Cape Cod and the Islands, 2nd Edition Where Beauty & History Meet by Kathryn Kleekamp The fundamental nature of Cape Cod, Nantucket, and Martha’s Vineyard is vividly captured in more than 50 of Kathryn Kleekamp’s original oil paintings depicting land and seascapes. Over 20 new images and a chapter on area preservation enhance this exploration of the influences that made Cape Cod what it is today.

NEW ENGLAND ISBN: 978-0-7643-5305-5 Size: 11" x 8 1/2" 190 images Pages: 192 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99 124

In the Media “Rich in history, culture, timeless landscapes, and present day conservation efforts.” –Cape Cod Times “Marvelous!” –Cape Cod LIFE “Chock full of information.” –Barnstable Patriot


FEATURED BACKLIST NEW ENGLAND / REGIONAL

NEW ENGLAND GRAVESIDE TALES

Four Seasons of Wonder

NEW ENGLAND

978-0-7643-3447-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-4441-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / HC / $34.99

LIGHTHOUSES AND COASTAL ATTRACTIONS OF NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND

LIGHTHOUSES AND COASTAL ATTRACTIONS OF SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND

New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont

Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts

978-0-7643-5235-5 6" X 9" / 296 pp. / PB / $24.99

HAUNTED MASSACHUSETTS 978-0-7643-2662-2 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $12.99

BOSTON’S HAUNTED HISTORY Exploring the Ghosts and Graves of Beantown

BOSTON

978-0-7643-5245-4 6" X 9" / 304 pp. / PB / $24.99

A Keepsake

PROVINCETOWN DISCOVERED

978-0-7643-5056-6 6" X 6" / 96 pp. / HC / $9.99

978-0-88740-061-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 127 pp. / PB / $12.95

ART FROM CAPE COD

CAPE COD & THE ISLANDS REFLECTIONS

978-0-7643-2874-9 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $13.00

NEWPORT MANSIONS, 2ND ED. Postcards of the Gilded Age

978-0-7643-5209-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 120 pp. / PB / $24.99

CAPE COD WIDE 978-0-7643-2776-6 11 3/4" X 9" / 160 pp. / HC / $39.95

FOUR SEASONS OF CAPE COD 978-0-7643-4993-5 10" X 7" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

THE CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE A Photographic Adventure & Guide

978-0-7643-3995-0 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / HC / $24.99

Selections from the Cape Cod Museum of Art

978-0-7643-5134-1 9" X 12" / 304 pp. / HC / $59.99

CAPE COD PUZZLE 500 Pieces

978-0-7643-2774-2 18" X 24" / BOX SET / $14.95

978-0-7643-3405-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $24.99

TOURS OF CAPE COD 978-0-7643-3023-0 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $19.99

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FARMS OF CAPE COD 978-0-7643-4432-9 11" X 8 1/2" / 144 pp. / HC / $24.99

THREE CENTURIES IN A CAPE COD VILLAGE The Stor y of Chatham

978-0-7643-4118-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 184 pp. / HC / $34.99

NANTUCKET

NANTUCKET PORTRAIT

A Keepsake

Fun & Games with the Super Rich... The Birth of Hard-Edge Realism

978-0-7643-5159-4 6" X 6" / 96 pp. / HC / $9.99

MAINE’S WATERFALLS A Comprehensive Guide

978-0-7643-3113-8 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

GHOST QUEST IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 978-0-7643-2886-2 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $15.00

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MARTHA’S VINEYARD HOUSES AND GARDENS

MARTHA’S VINEYARD PERSPECTIVES

978-0-7643-2752-0 12" X 9" / 224 pp. / HC / $39.95

978-0-7643-3834-2 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 80 pp. / PB / $9.99

GHOSTS OF MAINE

MAINE COAST PERSPECTIVES

978-0-7643-2827-5 6" X 9" / 256 pp. / PB / $15.00

978-0-7643-3112-1 12" X 9" / 176 pp. / HC / $49.99

TIMELESS CROSSINGS: VERMONT’S COVERED BRIDGES

978-0-7643-3015-5 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 80 pp. / PB / $9.99

HAUNTED NEW HAMPSHIRE

STRANGE NEW HAMPSHIRE

978-0-7643-2573-1 6" X 9" / 176 pp. / PB / $14.95

978-0-7643-3475-7 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

101 THINGS TO DO IN RHODE ISLAND

Strange, Off-Kilter, & Full of Surprises

978-0-7643-5138-9 10" X 7" / 168 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-4315-5 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $16.99

978-0-7643-3830-4 11 3/4" X 9" / 144 pp. / HC / $34.99

HAUNTED RHODE ISLAND 978-0-7643-2350-8 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $12.95

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The shore is an exciting and fun place . . . these images capture the sights and scenes. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did shooting them. –From the introduction

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5576-9 Size: 6" x 6" Illustrations: 85 color images Pages: 96 Binding: hard cover Price: $9.99

The Jersey Shore A Keepsake by Antelo Devereux Jr. From 30,000 feet the shore looks to be all the same—130 miles of a very thin and vulnerable line of sand—and Long Beach Island is the poster child. A closer look reveals an intense, dense variety of buildings and human activity with a few preserved bits of land. Behind it are bays, estuaries, and marshes—essential nurseries for fish and habitats for shore birds. These 85 images are a variety of eye-catching and colorful scenes that await a willing photographer or painter. 85 images capture the life, sights, and scenes along the New Jersey Shore from Sandy Hook to Cape May

Captures a variety of life along the entire New Jersey coast, from beaches to estuarial marshes

Never-before-seen images of the New Jersey shore

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Regional push to New Jersey media • Targeted mailing to retailers • Social media marketing campaign THE OCEAN CITY NJ BOARDWALK 978-0-7643-5497-7 $19.99 | 112 pp.

NATURALLY NEW JERSEY 978-0-7643-3997-4 $34.99 | 128 pp.

Antelo Devereux Jr. has been photographing for the better part of his life, first as an amateur and more recently as a professional. He has published seven books and has exhibited his images in various venues and galleries in Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.

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Mid-Atlanti AVAILABLE NOVEMBER [Brooklyn On My Mind] celebrates more than 80 years of Black art in Brooklyn and keeps a critical aspect of our city’s history alive. –Chirlaine McCray, First Lady of New York City, from the foreword

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5652-0 Size: 9" x 12" Illustrations: 395 color images Pages: 272 Binding: hard cover Price: $60.00

Brooklyn On My Mind Black Visual Artists from the WPA to the Present by Myrah Brown Green, Foreword by Chirlane McCray This new resource assembles 134 Black artists and their magnificent works, highlighting their important contributions to art worldwide. Beginning with the Brooklyn-based artists active during the Works Progress Administration years and continuing with artists approaching their prime today, the collection spans 80 years of art. From highly publicized artists to rising talent, each is tied to Brooklyn in their own way. Artists include Jacob Lawrence, Otto Neals, Onnie Millar, Kehinde Wiley, Dindga McCannon, Melvin Edwards, Dread Scott, Xenobia Bailey, Dr. Vivian Schuyler Key, Kay Brown, Russell Frederick, and many more. Seven chapters highlight overarching themes that connect the artists, besides their Brooklyn connections. A foreword by New York City’s “first lady," Chirlane McCray, marks the importance of Brooklyn’s Black creators within the city’s art community. Gathers 134 Black visual artists whose work spans eighty years

Masterful work shows the important contributions these artists have made

Pieces include paintings, sculpture, collage, printmaking, photographs, mixed media, and public art installations

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National print and online publicity pitch • Regional New York media campaign • Social media outreach

Dr. Myrah Brown Green is an art historian, lecturer, and independent curator. Her quilts are in a number of prestigious collections. For the past decade she has devoted her time to assisting artists in documenting and archiving their art. Photo by Randall Duchaine

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TIMELESS 978-0-7643-4974-4 $60.00 | 384 pp.

AND STILL WE RISE 978-0-7643-4928-7 $34.99 | 208 pp.


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I remember my first visit to Montauk like it was yesterday . . . . I was so intrigued with the land, the surf, and the people. –Car Pelleteri, from the introduction

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5605-6 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" Illustrations: 102 color images Pages: 144 Binding: hard cover Price: $29.99

Montauk 11954 by Car Pelleteri Montauk’s beautiful beaches, and its location just over 100 miles east of midtown Manhattan, make it a go-to destination for city-dwellers seeking summer bliss. More than 100 photos offer viewers an unfiltered peek into the all-American charm of this town on Long Island’s South Shore, famous for its fishing and six surrounding state parks. Native New Yorker Car Pelleteri captures the culture and scenic landscape—surf and sun bathers at Ditch Plains, the terrestrial Hoodoos at Shadmoor, and horseback riding at Deep Hollow, the oldest cattle ranch in the US. Images of the sun dipping into the ocean at Navy Beach, the walking dunes at Hither Hills, and visitors enjoying the fresh local seafood and homegrown brews on the dock distill the essence of summer at a classic hot-spot. An unfiltered peek into the famous beach town’s All-American charm

Showcases Montauk’s beautiful beaches, surfing, fishing, horseback riding, notable restaurants, and the historic landmark lighthouse

A celebration of summer bliss at a legendary destination

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Regional outreach to Montauk and NY media • Outreach to photography publications • Inclusion in summer campaign to retailers ARCHIPELAGO NEW YORK 978-0-7643-5507-3 $29.99 | 144 pp.

Car Pelleteri is a portrait photographer born and raised in New York. She started shooting portraits at age ten and is drawn to raw and candid subjects.

THE EVER-CHANGING COASTLINE 978-0-7643-5487-8 $29.99 | 160 pp. 129


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Mid-Atlanti AVAILABLE AUGUST It is my hope these photographs leave the reader with a sense of the beauty, history, and life of the Brandywine Valley and its environs. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5574-5 Size: 6" x 6" Illustrations: 82 color images Pages: 96 Binding: hard cover Price: $9.99

Brandywine Valley A Keepsake by Antelo Devereux Jr. The 82 photographs in this book artfully capture the sights and scenes on a journey through picturesque Brandywine Valley and adjacent areas, arguably one of the more historic and desirable places to visit and live in the country. They begin at the headwaters of famed Brandywine Creek among Amish farms in the Welsh Mountains of Chester County, Pennsylvania, and roughly follow its valley through farmland and woods, over green rolling hills, past mills, forges, and battlefields, by houses and farms, into Chadds Ford and the outskirts of Wilmington, Delaware. Photographic journey along the Brandywine Creek Valley

The images include towns and harbors, sights and scenes along the Brandywine Creek and surrounding areas

The images show why the Brandywine Valley is so often visited and is the subject of paintings and photographs

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • Regional media push: Mid Atlantic, Chester County, PA, and Philadelphia • Social media marketing campaign • Early market seeding through NetGalley Antelo Devereux Jr. has been photographing for the better part of his life, first as an amateur and more recently as a professional. He has published seven books and has exhibited his images in various venues and galleries in Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.

THE HISTORIC BARNS OF SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA 978-0-7643-5319-2 $50.00 | 240 pp.

FROZEN LIVES 978-0-7643-5415-1 $19.99 | 144 pp. 130


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You are about to look into an alternate reality . . . I continue to be amazed by what I discover in this netherworld. –Tim Scullion, from the introduction

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5572-1 Size: 7" x 10" Illustrations: 200 color photos Pages: 208 Binding: soft cover Price: $19.99

Breakthrough Ghost Photography of Haunted Historic Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia Part II by Tim Scullion Digital technology serves as our eyes in the world of the improbable and unexplained, the impossible and bizarre, and the biggest mystery of our existence. In his second book on ghosts of Colonial Williamsburg, Tim Scullion has embarked on a haunting journey over six years and 20,000 photos in the making. Historical and paranormal backgrounds are disclosed for 200 strange images that defy explanation and offer photographic evidence of a world beyond our own. Go behind the veil in Colonial Williamsburg, and discover what lurks within these inexplicable faces. Objective and impartial collection of 200 paranormal images that defy explanation

Historical and paranormal context of each photograph are included

Photographic evidence of ghosts’ attraction to the young and naïve

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National paranormal publicity push • Regional Virginia publicity push • Social media Campaign HAUNTED . . . COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG, VA 978-0-7643-5060-3 $19.99 | 208 pp.

Tim Scullion is an author, photographer, and musician whose previous book was nominated in the nonfiction category for the 20th annual Library of Virginia Literary Awards. Tim has a bachelor’s and master’s degree (cum laude) from William & Mary.

HAUNTED VIRGINIA 978-0-7643-3281-4 $14.99 | 256 pp. 131


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MID-ATLANTIC

978-0-7643-5412-0 12" x 9" 138 color images hard cover / 128 pp. $45.00

978-0-7643-5497-7 11" x 8 1/2" 218 color images hard cover / 112 pp. $19.99

Brooklyn’s Sweet Ruin

The Ocean City NJ Boardwalk

Relics and Stories of the Domino Sugar Refinery

2 1/2 Miles of Summer

by Paul Raphaelson

Relive the experience of a meander down the Ocean City, New Jersey, boardwalk. Beautiful imagery from the past and present will take you past the arcades, thrill rides, souvenir shops, and candy and popcorn stops that have become hallmarks of this summer resort.

by Dean Davis

Brooklyn’s Domino Sugar Refinery was the largest in the world. Artist Paul Raphaelson photographed the site just weeks before its demolition and collected stories from former Domino workers to create this beautiful fusion of art, document, industrial history, and Brooklyn visual culture.

In the Media

“If you have ever been to the boardwalk, this will bring back tons of memories, and if you are like me and have never been, it will make you want to go.”

“Haunting.” –ABC News

MID-ATLANTIC

MID-ATLANTIC

978-0-7643-5507-3 10" x 8" 78 color images hard cover / 144 pp. $29.99

978-0-7643-5318-5 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 135 color images soft cover / 160 pp. $24.99

Archipelago New York

Discovering Princeton

by Thomas Halaczinsky

A Photographic Guide with Five Walking Tours

Award-winning documentary filmmaker and photographer Thomas Halaczinsky invites reader to join him on a 30-foot sailboat to discover the magical island world surrounding New York City, following Adriaen Block, the first European who, in 1614, sailed and mapped this area.

Buzz on NetGalley “Takes you on a journey . . . a real treat.” “Fascinating view of the islands that surround New York . . . strongly recommend.”

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by Wiebke Martens and Jennifer Jang Discover the charming New Jersey town with Princeton University at its core. This compelling photographic guide features five walking tours covering both town and campus, and includes suggestions for outings in the greater Princeton area. Beautiful images and informative captions make it both an appealing guidebook and ideal gift.

In the Media “Weekend visitors to Princeton (and even long-time residents!) will want to grab a copy.” –Walkable Princeton


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MID-ATLANTIC

978-0-7643-5490-8 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 128 color images hard cover / 128 pp. $24.99

978-0-7643-5340-6 10" x 7" 197 color images hard cover / 144 pp. $24.99

Wolf Sanctuary The Wolves of Speedwell Forge

Natural Wonders of Assateague Island

by Chuck Rineer

by Mark Hendricks

Join photographer Chuck Rineer in his quest to capture the daily lives of the Speedwell Wolves at Wolf Sanctuary of PA. Full of stunning photographs, stories, and insights into pack behavior, this is a must-have book for those who long for the chance to see these majestic animals up close and personal.

Noted wildlife photographer Mark Hendricks shows a side of Assateague Island few visitors ever glimpse in this stunning collection of over 190 color pictures. Rare scenes of a wild river otter, snowy owl, black stallion, and many more creatures celebrate the island’s unique biodiversity, from its beaches to inland forests.

Buzz on NetGalley “A beautiful book . . . captures the spirit of the wolf.” “I loved reading every page.” “Educational and inspiring wolves.”

MID-ATLANTIC

MID-ATLANTIC

978-0-7643-5366-6 7" x 10" 44 images hard cover / 40 pp. $14.99

978-0-7643-5346-8 11" x 8 1/2" 150 color images hard cover / 160 pp. $29.99

Surfer Dude

Hudson Valley Reflections

The Legendary Stallion of Chincoteague

Illustrated Travel and Field Guide

by Lois Szymanski, Illustrated by Linda Kantjas

by Michael Adamovic

Children will love learning about Surfer Dude, a beloved wild stallion who cared for his herd of mares over a lifetime on Chincoteague Island. This story of love and the circle of life will become your child’s favorite book.

Embark on a photographic odyssey of the Hudson River Valley. The 150 showcased images artfully portray the region’s best natural and architectural wonders. Part travel guide, field guide, and history book, it will prove difficult to avoid falling under the spell of this “bewitched" land after uncovering its remarkable story and beauty.

In the Media “Assateague pony lovers of any age will enjoy this closer look inside the herds we watch from afar. It’s an especially apt book to give a child dealing with loss.” –Bay Weekly “Surfer Dude has been etched into island history.” –Delamarva Now

Buzz on NetGalley “Beautiful photography…not only captured the landscapes but the spirit of the area as well.” “Absolutely beautiful travelogue, with amazing photos.”

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REGIONAL RECENTLY PUBLISHED / MID-ATLANTIC Scenes from the Country Fair by Michael P. Gadomski More than 160 photographs of 13 country fairs in eastern and central Pennsylvania capture scenes of farm implements, sideshows, carnies, funnel cakes, cotton candy, and the magic of the midway after dark.

MID-ATLANTIC ISBN: 978-0-7643-5480-9 Size: 9" x 9" 165 color images Pages: 112 pp. Binding: hard cover Price: $19.99

J. Howard Wert’s Gettysburg A Collection of Relics from the Civil War Battle by Bruce E. Mowday and G. Craig Caba The amazing private collection of artifacts from the Civil War battle preserved by J. Howard Wert, who aided federal troops during the three-day clash, is presented in over 120 color images and engaging text about Wert’s life. Includes weapons, clothing, letters, and furniture related to the battle and the town.

MID-ATLANTIC ISBN: 978-0-7643-5391-8 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 127 color images Pages: 144 pp. Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

In the Media “An amazing private collection . . . more than 120 color pictures and informative text about both the items and Wert’s life.” –The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles

Ghosts of Yorktown, Virginia A Haunted Tour Guide by Jeffrey Santos Yorktown, Virginia, is a picturesque and historic colonial village situated along the York River. Through legends, interviews, and paranormal ghost investigations, tour over 25 haunted locations to experience the spirits that have lingered behind. Includes visitor information for your visit.

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In the Media “Rich in history, culture, timeless landscapes, and present day conservation efforts.” –Cape Cod Times “Marvelous!” –Cape Cod LIFE “Chock full of information.” –Barnstable Patriot


FEATURED BACKLIST MID-ATLANTIC / REGIONAL

VISTA MANHATTAN

PINELANDS

PHILADELPHIA

Views from New York City’s Finest Residences

New Jersey’s Suburban Wilderness

Portrait of a City

SPOOKY CREEPY LONG ISLAND

978-0-7643-4881-5 11" X 8 1/2" / 144 pp. / HC / $35.00

978-0-7643-5108-2 9" X 9" / 112 pp. / HC / $19.99

978-0-7643-2814-5 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $13.00

LONG ISLAND’S MOST HAUNTED

WINDOWS ON CENTRAL PARK

GREETINGS FROM BUFFALO, NEW YORK

A Ghost Hunter’s Guide

The Landscape Revealed

978-0-7643-3293-7 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-3835-9 11 3/4" X 9" / 160 pp. / HC / $45.00

HUDSON VALLEY HAUNTS

HISTORIC HUDSON VALLEY

ROCHESTER HAUNTS

Historic Driving Tours

A Photographic Tour

A Ghost Hunting Guide

978-0-7643-3173-2 6" X 9" / 224 pp. / PB / $16.99

978-0-7643-4416-9 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-3208-1 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

365 THINGS TO DO IN ITHACA, NEW YORK

GHOSTS OF NY’S CAPITAL DISTRICT

SEEKING GHOSTS IN THE WARWICK VALLEY

Complete Insider’s Guide to All Things Ithaca

Albany, Schenectady, Troy & More

60 Personal Accounts

ABANDONED VILLAGES AND GHOST TOWNS OF NEW ENGLAND

978-0-7643-3292-0 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-1740-8 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.95

978-0-7643-3076-6 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-5148-8 11" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $45.00

GHOSTS OF NEW YORK CITY 978-0-7643-1714-9 6" X 9" / 224 pp. / PB / $12.99

978-0-7643-5257-7 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-7643-2888-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $20.00

HAUNTED FINGER LAKES 978-0-7643-3358-3 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

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CHANGING JERSEY CITY A Histor y in Photographs

JERSEY CITY: A MONUMENTAL HISTORY

History and Architecture

PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY’S HISTORY & ARCHITECTURE

978-0-7643-3363-7 11" X 8 1/2" / 144 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-2638-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.95

978-0-7643-2626-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.95

978-0-7643-2915-9 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

NEW JERSEY BIRDS AND BEYOND

LIFEGUARDS OF THE JERSEY SHORE

SEA ISLE CITY REMEMBERED

GREETINGS FROM OCEAN GROVE, NEW JERSEY

978-0-7643-4021-5 11" X 8 1/2" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-3491-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.99

KEEP YOUR GLOW ON

OCEAN CITY, N.J.

A Comprehensive Guide to America’s Lighthouses

An Illustrated History

PICTURING LONG BEACH ISLAND, NEW JERSEY

New Jersey’s Beloved Boardwalk

978-0-7643-2709-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-2705-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $39.95

978-0-7643-2967-8 11" X 8 1/2" / 96 pp. / HC / $19.99

978-0-7643-3704-8 11" X 8 1/2" / 176 pp. / HC / $39.99

WILDWOOD’S NEON NIGHTS & MOTEL MEMORIES 978-0-7643-3479-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.99

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CAPE MAY’S GINGERBREAD GEMS 978-0-7643-2126-9 5 7/8" X 5 7/8" / 64 pp. / HC / $10.00

PRINCETON

978-0-7643-3126-8 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-2627-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.95

WILDWOOD MOMENTS

CAPE MAY POINT

CAPE MAY POINT

The Illustrated History from 1875 to the Present

Three Walking Tours of Historic Cottages

978-0-7643-1830-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / HC / $24.95

978-0-7643-2108-5 6" X 9" / 144 pp. / PB / $15.00


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CAPE MAY POSTCARDS 978-0-7643-2305-8 5" X 7 1/4" / 40 pp. / PB / $14.95

CAPE MAY HAUNTS

THE SAND LADY

Elaine’s Haunted Mansion and Other Eerie Beach Tales

A Cape May Tale

978-0-7643-2821-3 6" X 9" / 176 pp. / PB / $15.00

CAPE MAY PERSPECTIVES 978-0-7643-3504-4 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 80 pp. / PB / $9.99

SMALL TOWN PENNSYLVANIA 978-0-7643-4176-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / HC / $34.99

978-0-7643-2479-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 32 pp. / HC / $14.95

PHILADELPHIA HAUNTS Eastern State Penitentiary, Fort Mifflin, & Other Ghostly Sites

978-0-7643-2987-6 6" X 9" / 176 pp. / PB / $14.99

MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS OF PHILADELPHIA

978-0-7643-2946-3 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $13.00

PHILADELPHIA PERSPECTIVES 978-0-7643-4844-0 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 80 pp. / HC / $16.99

A Portrait of the Keystone State

BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

978-0-7643-5107-5 9" X 9" / 112 pp. / HC / $19.99

978-0-7643-4025-3 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

CHESTER COUNTY PERSPECTIVES

WEST CHESTER: SIX WALKING TOURS

WEST CHESTER HISTORY A Review in Early Postcards

AMISH ARTS OF LANCASTER COUNTY

978-0-7643-3312-5 8 1/4" X 9 1/4" / 80 pp. / PB / $9.99

978-0-7643-2500-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-2707-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.95

978-0-7643-0541-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

978-0-7643-4223-3 9" X 6" / 192 pp. / PB / $19.99

PENNSYLVANIA

CAPE MAY WALKING TOURS

THE BRANDYWINE 978-0-916838-06-5 5’’ X 8’’ / 285 pp. / PB / $12.95

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BRIDGES OF LANCASTER COUNTY

LANCASTER COUNTY REFLECTIONS

FACES OF LANCASTER COUNTY

978-0-7643-3427-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / HC / $24.99

978-0-7643-3584-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $24.99

978-0-7643-3707-9 11 3/4" X 9" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

MENNONITE ARTS

SPOOKY YORK, PENNSYLVANIA

GHOSTS OF HERSHEY AND VICINITY

978-0-7643-3021-6 6" X 9" / 224 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-3285-2 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

HAUNTED GETTYSBURG

FRANKLIN COUNTY GHOSTS

ALLENTOWN REMEMBERED

978-0-7643-3310-1 9" X 6" / 160 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-3257-9 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-2750-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.95

PITTSBURGH

DELAWARE REFLECTIONS

MARYLAND’S PUBLIC GARDENS & PARKS

978-0-7643-1414-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / HC / $49.95

A Renaissance City

978-0-7643-4923-2 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 112 pp. / HC / $19.99

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978-0-7643-3200-5 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-4920-1 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 176 pp. / HC / $29.99

PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN ARTS More Than Hearts, Parrots, & Tulips

978-0-7643-1245-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / PB / $29.95

GETTYSBURG PERSPECTIVES 978-0-7643-3296-8 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 80 pp. / PB / $9.99

PITTSBURGH GHOSTS Steel City’s Supernatural

978-0-7643-2891-6 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $13.00

BALTIMORE’S HARBOR HAUNTS True Ghost Stories

978-0-7643-2304-1 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.95


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GREETINGS FROM HAVRE DE GRACE

An Ocean City, Maryland, Tale

978-0-7643-2333-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.95

978-0-7643-2684-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 32 pp. / HC / $14.95

MRS. KITCHING’S SMITH ISLAND COOKBOOK

CHESAPEAKE VIEWS

978-0-7643-3817-5 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / HC / $13.95

WASHINGTON, D.C. Ghosts, Legends, and Lore

978-0-7643-2961-6 6" X 9" / 256 pp. / PB / $14.99

CHINCOTEAGUE PONIES Untold Tails

978-0-7643-4085-7 8 1/8" X 9 1/8" / 144 pp. / PB / $24.99

THE SAND LADY

978-0-7643-4070-3 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / HC / $34.99

GHOSTS! WASHINGTON REVISITED The Ghostlore of the Nation’s Capitol

978-0-7643-0653-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $14.95

GREETINGS FROM OCEAN CITY, MARYLAND

THE BEST OF TIMES ON THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

978-0-7643-2656-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.95

An Account of a Rock Hall Waterman

YESTERDAY ON THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS OF WASHINGTON, D.C., 2ND ED.

978-0-7643-2597-7 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / HC / $39.95

DIPLOMATIC GARDENS OF WASHINGTON 978-0-7643-3978-3 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $34.99

CHINCOTEAGUE ISLAND

ASSATEAGUE

978-0-7643-2919-7 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-3821-2 6" X 9" / 64 pp. / PB / $4.99

978-0-7643-4277-6 6" X 9" / 288 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-3654-6 9" X 6" / 240 pp. / PB / $19.99

VINTAGE NORTH END, VIRGINIA BEACH An Illustrated History

978-0-7643-4088-8 8 1/2" X 11" / 168 pp. / HC / $34.99

WEST VIRGINIA Mountain Air

978-0-7643-3607-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $24.99

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South AVAILABLE AUGUST Kentucky is rich both in history and folklore, and its long tradition of storytelling has elements of both. Tales of the paranormal and hauntings are as popular today as they have been in centuries past. -Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5570-7 Size: 6" x 9" Illustrations: 63 b/w images Pages: 160 Binding: soft cover Price: $16.99

Kentucky Haunts by Daniel Meyer The Bluegrass State of Kentucky has a macabre assortment of hotels and inns, restaurants, parks, roads and highways, cemeteries, and historic locales that are haunted by ghosts that linger and grow. Examine more than 40 locations providing visitor information—including places to go, things to do, and tasty morsels to eat—as you explore the history, legends, and ghosts of haunted Kentucky. Read about Abraham Lincoln, who dreamed of his own assassination, and a well-wishing female specter at Mark’s Feed Store. Visit the Shandies Restaurant, where chairs move by themselves, or meet the ghost bride of Cumberland Falls, who rises out of the water on nights of the full moon. Be careful at Child’s Branch Bridge, where an unfriendly ghost causes drivers to crash, and listen to the murderer at Pioneer Cemetery who screeches in pain before his hanging. A detailed listing of locations will start your ghostly journey of Kentucky. Happy haunting! Over 40 haunted locations with ghostly stories of the Bluegrass State

Includes hotels and inns, restaurants, parks, roads and highways, cemeteries, and historic locales

Detailed listing of places for your visit

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National paranormal publicity push • Regional Kentucky publicity push • Social media campaign

Based in Louisville, Kentucky, Daniel Meyer divides his time between searching the night for ghosts and gargoyles and seeking the sunrise on rocky beaches where whales breach in the distance and mermaids call to those who listen. He writes about ghosts, gargoyles, labyrinths, inspirational themes, and other unexplained topics.

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CAMPFIRE TALES KENTUCKY 978-0-7643-4231-8 $14.99 | 128 pp.

KENTUCKY SPIRITS UNDISTILLED 978-0-7643-3142-8 $14.99 | 160 pp.


RECENTLY PUBL PUBLISHED SOUTH / RECENTLY PUBLISHED REGIONAL SOUTH / RE REGIONAL SOUTH

SOUTH

978-0-7643-5476-2 10" x 7" 316 color images hard cover / 152 pp. $29.99

978-0-7643-5523-3 12" x 9" 187 images hard cover / 184 pp. $45.00

101 Things to Do in Key West

Ponce City Market

by Gary J. Sikorski

The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Atlanta’s Largest Building

Discover the spectacular island paradise of Key West through this engaging photographic traveler’s guide. Join Gary Sikorski as he uncovers the best in dining and nightlife, boat charters, Old Town, and more. Whether it’s your first trip to the island or you’re a regular visitor, this insider’s perspective is sure to excite.

by Blake Burton Documents the six-year-long adaptive-reuse transformation of one of the Southeast’s largest buildings into a civic anchor in 2016. Haunting images of the cavernous Sears, Roebuck and Company distribution and retail center, erected in 1925, record its various forms of construction and reconstruction. Includes essays by architectural historians.

SOUTH

SOUTH

978-0-7643-5411-3 6" x 9" 198 color images soft cover / 160 pp. $24.99

978-0-7643-5337-6 6" x 6" 90 color images hard cover / 96 pp. $9.99

Kayak Fishing the Northern Gulf Coast Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana by Ed Mashburn This book is a comprehensive guide to kayak fishing the coastal regions of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Where, when, and how to catch fish from paddle craft is examined in detail with full photo illustration.

Charleston A Keepsake by Antelo Devereux Jr. Nearly 130 photos highlight the history, culture, and sparkle of Charleston, South Carolina, once considered the jewel of England’s crown.

Buzz on NetGalley “One of those books that transports you.” “Took my breathe away.” “Photographs are gorgeous.”

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SOUTH

978-0-7643-5408-3 6" x 9" 14 b/w images soft cover / 160 pp. $16.99

978-0-7643-5545-5 6" x 9" 30 b/w images soft cover / 112 pp. $16.99

Crescent City Crimes

Lost in Legend

Old New Orleans 1718–1918

South Carolina’s Coastal Ghosts and Lore

by Charles Cassady Jr.

by Bruce Orr

Step back in time to the city’s first few crime-stained centuries—from 1718–1918—to explore tales of mischief, mayhem, and skullduggery. Includes murder, piracy and smuggling, ghosts and Voodoo, and more.

Join a retired homicide investigator and current founder and “Ghostorian" of the company Lost in Legend, Bruce Orr, as he investigates the history behind the hauntings and the facts behind the folklore of South Carolina’s coastal legends.

In the Media “A must for true crime lovers, history fans, and anyone with even a remote interest in the city of New Orleans.” –LitReactor

SOUTH

SOUTH

978-0-7643-5355-0 6" x 9" 26 color images soft cover / 112 pp. $16.99

978-0-7643-5471-7 6" x 9" 42 color images soft cover / 136 pp. $16.99

Mysteries of Georgia’s Military Bases Ghosts, UFOs, and Bigfoot

More True Tales of a Paranormal Investigator

by Jim Miles

by Ryan Dunn

Georgia military bases, with their endless angst, secrets, and vast acreage, have led to many tales of the paranormal: ghosts haunt all the bases, Bigfoot roams Army ranges, and UFOs fly over aerial and naval forces. Visit more than 13 military bases to read eyewitness accounts of the paranormal.

Join the Savannah Ghost Research Society as they examine 19 of the city’s ghostly hotspots in their second book on Savannah hauntings. Discover the history of each haunting as the team sifts through historical evidence, and read about the experiences they encountered while being locked in these locations overnight to conduct their research.

In the Media “I wish I had done a bit of exploring because according to the new book, I was really missing out!” –Dread Central

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FOLKTALES AND GHOST STORIES OF NORTH CAROLINA’S PIEDMONT 978-0-7643-3745-1 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $16.99

CHARLESTON A Keepsake

978-0-7643-5337-6 6" X 6" / 96 pp. / HC / $9.99

CIVIL WAR TOURS OF THE LOW COUNTRY Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Bluffton, South Carolina

GEORGIA SPIRITS AND SPECTERS 978-0-7643-3256-2 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-2790-2 6" X 9" / 144 pp. / PB / $17.00

LOWCOUNTRY PLANTATIONS

HAUNTED HISTORY

SAVANNAH SQUARES

Georgia & South Carolina

Atlanta and North Georgia

978-0-7643-3415-3 11" X 8 1/2" / 144 pp. / HC / $29.99

978-0-7643-2854-1 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $15.00

A Keepsake Tour of Gardens, Architecture, and Monuments

SELF-GUIDED TOUR OF SAVANNAH

SAVANNAH PERSPECTIVES

SAVANNAH CEMETERIES

978-0-7643-3460-3 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 80 pp. / PB / $9.99

978-0-7643-3308-8 11" X 8 1/2" / 80 pp. / HC / $19.99

CIVIL WAR WALKING TOUR OF SAVANNAH

GREETINGS FROM SAVANNAH

HISTORIC SAVANNAH POSTCARDS

Collecting Florida’s Best

978-0-7643-2537-3 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-2444-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.95

978-0-7643-2572-4 7" X 5" / 20 pp. / PB / $8.95

978-0-7643-0973-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

978-0-7643-4179-3 6" X 9" / 24 pp. / BC / $5.00

978-0-7643-4289-9 6" X 9" / 64 pp. / PB / $9.99

SAVANNAH ARCHITECTURAL TOURS 978-0-7643-2907-4 6" X 9" / 144 pp. / PB / $15.00

SAVANNAH’S GARDEN PLANTS 978-0-7643-3265-4 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $9.99

FLORIDIANA

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THE ORIGINAL PINK FLAMINGOS Splendor on the Grass

FLORIDA KITSCH 978-0-7643-0944-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.95

978-0-7643-0963-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 96 pp. / PB / $14.99

MIAMI MEMORIES A Midcentur y Journey

MIAMI, REAL AND IMAGINED

MIAMI CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS 978-0-7643-2647-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 288 pp. / HC / $49.95

ART DECO ARCHITECTURE

MIAMI BEACH POSTCARDS 978-0-7643-2306-5 5" X 7 1/4" / 40 pp. / PB / $14.95

SOUTH BEACH DECO

Miami Beach Postcards

Step by Step

978-0-7643-2340-9 5" X 7 1/4" / 20 pp. / PB / $9.95

978-0-7643-2190-0 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $25.00

SOUTH BEACH PERSPECTIVES

SOUTH BEACH: FACES AND FACADES

SOUTH BEACH POSTCARDS

978-0-7643-2796-4 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 80 pp. / PB / $9.95

978-0-7643-2593-9 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / HC / $24.95

ST. PETERSBURG

MAI-KAI

Past and Present

Histor y and Myster y of the Iconic Tiki Restaurant

KENTUCKY SPIRITS UNDISTILLED

978-0-7643-2176-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $17.00

SOUTH BEACH ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHS Art Deco to Contemporar y

978-0-7643-5175-4 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 208 pp. / HC / $24.99

978-0-7643-2630-1 5" X 7" / 20 pp. / PB / $8.95

978-0-7643-2086-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 96 pp. / HC / $24.95

978-0-7643-2903-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $25.00

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978-0-7643-5126-6 11" X 8 1/2" / 176 pp. / HC / $39.99

978-0-7643-3142-8 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

THE UNLIKELY STORY OF THE MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA AND HOW IT CAME TO BE 978-0-7643-4114-4 8 1/2" X 11" / 144 pp. / PB / $24.99


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MEMORIES OF MEMPHIS A Histor y in Postcards

978-0-7643-2288-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / PB / $19.95

HAUNTED NASHVILLE 978-0-7643-3120-6 6" X 9" / 176 pp. / PB / $14.99

THE GHOSTS OF NEW ORLEANS

COASTAL GARDEN PLANTS

978-0-7643-1184-0 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-4181-6 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.99

Florida to Virginia

Future Architect's ToolKit 2017 Buyer’s Choice Award For Books & Multimedia, Museum Store Association

Senior Dogs Across America 2016 INDIES Silver Winner, Pets & Animals

Inside an Osprey's Nest Honor Winner, 2017 Green Book Awards, Young Adult Nonfiction

Artifacts of Little Big Horn

Privateers of the American Revolution

2016 INDIES Gold Winner, Reference

2017 John Lyman Book Award for US Maritime History

Just One Thing

Ostara Tarot

2016 INDIES Winner, Juvenile Fiction (Children’s)

2017 American Graphic Design Awards Winner

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RECENTLY PUBLISHED REGIONAL RECENTLY PUBLISHED / MIDWEST REGIONAL / MIDWEST Down by the Feed Mill The Past and Present of America’s Feed Mills and Grain Elevators by David Hanks Covering a time frame of more than 150 years, illuminating text explains what feed mills and grain elevators do, and their traditional importance to American townspeople, economies, and heritage. Over 240 evocative photos create a visual record of a changing, and passing, American institution.

MIDWEST ISBN: 978-0-7643-5293-5 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 305 color & b/w images Pages: 208 Binding: hard cover Price: $34.99

In the Media “The book is as much a document of the fascinating range of agricultural machinery within the mills as an homage to the beauty of their peeling exteriors.” –Publisher’s Weekly “Stunning images of mills.” –AG Daily Michigan Bookshelf Pick –Holland Sentinel

Notorious Crimes of the Upper Midwest Con-men, Cutthroats, Killers, and Cannibals by Tom Baker Tour the Upper Midwest to explore the blood-soaked halls of hideous history through twenty dark and demented stories from the corridors of criminal infamy. This expose of true crime examines a historical roster of the bad and the brutal: from old-time con-men and gunslingers, to hardcore serial killers of the modern era. Meet the redoubtable Ed Gein; the haunting and harrowing Honeymoon Killers, Raymond Fernandez and Martha Beck; the "Gruesome Gal of the Western Plains," Calamity Jane; Wild Bill Hickok; serial sex killer John Norman Collins; Al Capone; Carl Panzram; Larry MIDWEST Eyler; Gwendolyn Graham; George Lester (Babyface Nelsen); ISBN: 978-0-7643-5389-5 John Dillinger; and Frank Gilmer—villains that will leave you Size: 6" x 9" infuriated and intrigued at their infernal notoriety. Join the Pages: 208 author on a round-up of the rotten as you take a thrill-ride of Binding: soft cover historic significance in a world gone mad. Price: $19.99

Cincinnati Cemeteries Hauntings and Other Legends by Roy Heizer, Photography by Nancy Heizer The cemeteries of greater Cincinnati have had their share of hauntings, strange occurrences, and odd phenomena throughout history. Entombed within these pages are 22 stories of the dead and the strange—tales of those who have experienced for themselves the hauntingly beautiful burial grounds of Cincinnati, Ohio.

MIDWEST ISBN: 978-0-7643-5316-1 Size: 6" x 9" 35 color photos Pages: 112 Binding: soft cover Price: $14.99 146

In the Media “Learn the local lore from Cincinnati’s own Roy L. Heizer.” –Dread Central


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PARANORMAL GREAT LAKES

GREETINGS FROM OHIO

An Illustrated Encyclopedia

Vintage Postcards 1900-1960s

978-0-7643-3295-1 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-1711-8 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $16.95

CINCINNATI GHOSTS

CINCINNATI DAY TRIPS

978-0-7643-2899-2 6" X 9" / 256 pp. / PB / $15.00

978-0-7643-3716-1 9" X 6" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.99

INDIANA GHOST FOLKLORE 978-0-7643-3334-7 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

CHICAGO GHOSTS 978-0-7643-2742-1 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $15.00

CLEVELAND GHOSTS

DAYTON GHOSTS

978-0-7643-3002-5 6" X 9" / 224 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-3196-1 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

MICHIGAN’S HAUNTED NIGHTLIFE

STRANGE INDIANA MONSTERS

978-0-7643-3320-0 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-2608-0 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $12.95

PARANORMAL ILLINOIS

HAUNTED INDIANAPOLIS

SOUTH BEND GHOSTS

And Other Indiana Ghost Stories

And Other Northern Indiana Haunts

978-0-7643-2747-6 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $15.00

978-0-7643-3199-2 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

GHOSTS OF SPRINGFIELD AND SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

WISCONSIN’S GHOSTS

978-0-7643-3304-0 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-3209-8 6" X 9" / 224 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-3430-6 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

MILWAUKEE GHOSTS 978-0-7643-2866-4 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $13.00

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GHOSTS: MINNESOTA’S OTHER NATURAL RESOURCE 978-0-7643-2713-1 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $14.95

MISSOURI HAUNTINGS 978-0-7643-3119-0 6" X 9" / 192 pp. / PB / $14.99

GHOSTS OF ST. LOUIS The Lemp Mansion and Other Eerie Tales

GHOSTS OF KANSAS 978-0-7643-3390-3 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-2688-2 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $12.95

ROUTE 66 Missouri

HAUNTED KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

978-0-7643-3413-9 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-7643-3194-7 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

GREAT LAKES FOLKLORE

CAMPFIRE TALES MIDWEST

Legends of the Five Sisters

978-0-7643-4480-0 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $16.99

Gifts for under

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978-0-7643-4771-9 6" X 9" / 112 pp. / PB / $16.99

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Cannabis

The Timeless Seashore

Contemporary Sand Sculpture

The Phone Book

978-0-7643-5501-1 | $12.99

978-0-7643-5505-9 | $16.99

978-0-7643-5488-5 | $16.99

978-0-7643-5474-8 | $19.99

978-0-7643-4988-1 | $19.99


RECENTLY PUBLISHED SOUTHWEST / REGIONAL Texas Hill Country A Scenic Journey by Eric W. Pohl Experience the grandeur of the Texas Hill Country through stunning photography and narrative highlighting the rugged natural beauty, charming towns, and scenic wonders of Texas’s most celebrated region. Featuring over 150 color photos, take an intimate visual journey, leaving the big cities behind to reveal the true heart of Texas.

SOUTHWEST ISBN: 978-0-7643-5392-5 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 153 color images Pages: 152 Binding: hard cover Price: $24.99

In the Media “Captures the grandeur and charm of what is indubitably the prettiest geography in the state.” –San Antonio Express-News “An experience similar to that of driving along a backroad and having an A-ha! moment of wonder.” –The Texas Wildflower

Paranormal Arizona Mysteries, Mayhem, Murder, and Mischief by Renee Harper Join Renee Harper of the Old Bisbee Ghost Tour as she guides you through 8 towns and more than 45 haunting stories and mysterious encounters. Why would a ghost harass employees at the Horseshoe Inn in Benson? Is it safe to visit the Triple T Ranch where skin-walkers are alleged to run alongside your speeding car? Discover what lurks in Room 333 at the Gadsden Hotel in Douglas and scan the skies for pterodactyl in Tucson. Whatever you do, think twice about inviting a Bigfoot into your tent, or interacting with the dead at the Yuma Territorial Prison. Whether your interest is in UFOs over Tombstone or the ghosts of Bisbee’s Evergreen Cemetery, this detailed book invites you to debunk stories, solve mysteries, and enjoy your haunted tour of this southwestern region.

SOUTHWEST ISBN: 978-0-7643-5546-2 Size: 6" x 9" 69 b/w images Pages: 160 Binding: soft cover Price: $16.99

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SOUTHWEST REFLECTIONS Grand Canyon & The Four Corners

978-0-7643-4093-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 144 pp. / HC / $29.99

KEEP AUSTIN WEIRD A Guide to the Odd Side of Town

978-0-7643-2639-4 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / PB / $24.99

PUEBLO DANCING 978-0-7643-3860-1 9" X 12" / 176 pp. / HC / $39.99

THE GHOSTS OF AUSTIN, TEXAS Who the Ghosts Are and Where to Find Them

GHOSTS AND LEGENDS OF OKLAHOMA

SUPERNATURAL TEXAS

978-0-7643-3943-1 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $16.99

978-0-7643-3309-5 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.99

HAUNTED AUSTIN, TEXAS

HISTORIC DOORWAYS OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

978-0-7643-3298-2 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

A Field Guide

978-0-7643-3167-1 8 1/2" X 11" / 128 pp. / PB / $19.99

978-0-7643-2680-6 6" X 9" / 256 pp. / PB / $14.95

GHOSTS OF FORT WORTH

TOMBSTONE

Investigating Cowtown’s Most Haunted Locations

Relive the Gunfight at the OK Corral

THE TREASURE OF VICTORIA PEAK

BALLOONS OVER ALBUQUERQUE

978-0-7643-3425-2 9" X 6" / 96 pp. / PB / $9.99

978-0-88740-060-5 5 1/2’’ X 8 1/2’’ / 200 pp. / PB / $9.95

978-0-7643-4794-8 9 1/8" X 8 1/8" / 128 pp. / HC / $19.99

ARIZONA’S BACK ROADS

SCARE-IZONA

A Travel Guide to Ghosts, Outlaws, and Miners

A Guide to Arizona’s Legendar y Haunts

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK

978-0-7643-4607-1 7" X 10" / 192 pp. / PB / $29.99

978-0-7643-2844-2 6" X 9" / 224 pp. / PB / $14.95

978-0-7643-2813-8 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $15.00

SANTA FE REFLECTIONS 978-0-7643-3653-9 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $24.99

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Past and Present

978-0-7643-4473-2 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / HC / $24.99


THIS SEASON WEST / NEWNEW THIS SEASON REGIONAL WEST / REGIONAL

West AVAILABLE NOVEMBER This book will open your mind to both rational and plausible explanations as well as exploring the mysterious and unknown activity in the skies above Colorado. –Joey Stanford, MUFON Field Investigator

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5640-7 Size: 6" x 9" Pages: 128 Binding: soft cover Price: $16.99

Colorado UFOs by Richard Estep Keep your eyes on the skies over Colorado as you embark on a whirlwind tour of contemporary UFO phenomena occurring in eleven locations throughout the state. From the Rocky Mountains to the Denver International Airport to a lonely and isolated UFO Watchtower in the San Luis Valley, join paranormal investigator Richard Estep and other leaders in the field of Colorado ufology to uncover some of the state’s most harrowing stories. Are we alone in the universe, or is there something more to these stories from the Centennial State? Explore 11 UFO locations with ufology stories in Colorado

Includes contemporary UFO sightings, alien abduction, extraterrestrial agendas, and more

Never-before-revealed secrets regarding alien abduction and contacts

GHOSTS OF COLORADO 978-0-7643-3052-0 $14.99 | 160 pp.

THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO UFO SIGHTINGS SINCE 1945 978-0-7643-5437-3 $9.99 | 112 pp.

Richard Estep is a paramedic and paranormal investigator who has authored several books and whose work has been filmed for the TV series Haunted Case Files. He is the founder of the Boulder County Paranormal Research Society.

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National paranormal publicity push • Regional Colorado publicity push • Social media campaign

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AVAILABLE AUGUST And church bells rang from street corner to mountaintop. All were welcome in God’s holy houses, save for the Witch of Leadville. –Excerpt

SPECS ISBN: 978-0-7643-5569-1 Size: 6" x 9" Illustrations: 30 b/w images Pages: 160 Binding: soft cover Price: $16.99

Ghosts, Legends, and Lore of the Rockies by Stephanie Waters Join a haunted historian as she scours dark museum dungeons, public libraries, and dusty newspaper archives to bring you 40 new supernatural tales about the Old West from the southern New Mexican Rockies to the Rockies of southern Canada. Learn about a disembodied spirit who solves an ancient murder mystery and how a phantom of the opera confesses her side of a famous ghost story. Muse about mysterious lights seen floating over the Rockies long before mankind sprouted wings, and how early pioneers were abducted by ancient aliens. Take an adventure through a time warp tunnel and a trip on a terror train time machine. Meet an unflappable witness once kidnapped by a mysterious apelike creature while camping on Bishop Mountain. Relayed in a homespun style, also read tales tailored to tickle your funny bone or pull at your heart strings. 40 new supernatural tales about the Old West

Includes tales from the southern New Mexican Rockies to the Rockies of southern Canada

Written in a homespun style by a haunted historian

MARKETING & PUBLICITY • National paranormal publicity push • Regional Colorado publicity push • Social media campaign

Stephanie Waters is a folklorist and five-time author of legends and lore. She’s also the owner of Colorado Ghost Tour and founder of the annual Spirits of the Rockies Paranormal Convention.

PARANORMAL ARIZONA 978-0-7643-5546-2 $16.99 | 160 pp.

FINGERPRINTS AND PHANTOMS 978-0-7643-5529-5 $16.99 | 112 pp. 152


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978-0-7643-5424-3 6" x 9" 12 b/w images soft cover / 224 pp. $19.99

978-0-7643-5528-8 6" x 9" 26 b/w images soft cover / 192 pp. $19.99

UFOs over Colorado

San Diego’s Most Haunted

A True History of Extraterrestrial Encounters in the Centennial State

The Historical Legacy and Paranormal Marvels of America’s Finest City

by Preston Dennett

by Nicole Strickland

UFO encounters from the early 1900s through modern times. This is the first book to present a comprehensive history of extraterrestrial encounters in the Centennial State. Arranged by decade, read a dazzling array of sightings, landings, face-to-face encounters, onboard experiences, and UFO crashes/retrievals.

Join the San Diego Paranormal Research Society as they explore the history and ghostly occurrences of landmarks in and around San Diego, California. Learn about the types of ghosts, spirits, and hauntings at more than 25 locations, as well as the theories for their existence.

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978-0-7643-5530-1 6" x 9" 50 b/w images hard cover / 176 pp. $19.99

978-0-7643-5354-3 6" x 9" 48 color images soft cover / 128 pp. $16.99

California’s Deadly Women

Hollywood Obscura

Murder and Mayhem in the Golden State 1850–1950

Death, Murder, and the Paranormal Aftermath

by Michael Thomas Barry

by Brian Clune

Rediscover 46 of the most notorious murders and shocking crimes ever committed by women in the state of California between 1850 and 1950. Written in chronological sequence and enhanced by nearly 50 photographs, each entry provides a concise overview of the crime, background information, and final dispositions.

Through extensive research by Brian Clune, the historian for Planet Paranormal Investigations, take a deeper look at 12 stories dealing with the murders and paranormal aftermath of some of Hollywood’s most mysterious and gruesome murders from the 1930s to modern times. History buffs and paranormal enthusiasts will enjoy this book.

In the Media “Digs into the dirty details of a dozen of L.A.’s most notorious deaths, from the murder of Biggie Smalls to the accidental death of Thelma Todd.” –LA Weekly

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REGIONAL RECENTLY PUBLISHED PUBLISH / WEST Yellowstone Country Idaho, Wyoming & Montana by David Skernick Ride along the back roads of the vast Yellowstone region and enjoy stunning panoramic photographs that reveal the beauty of Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana and include Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park in all their glory.

WEST ISBN: 978-0-7643-5339-0 Size: 12" x 9" 143 color images Pages: 192 Binding: hard cover Price: $39.99

Buzz on NetGalley “Absolutely gorgeous! A recommended read.” “Beautiful book . . . get lost on the Grey Roads and enjoy the scenery.”

High Sierra The Range of Light by Fred Weyman The Sierra Nevada Mountains, which many consider the most beautiful range in the world, don’t easily reveal their treasures, but this photographic compilation, the result of more than 30 backpacking trips in the remote high country, reveals the spirit and beauty of a national gem through brilliant images.

WEST ISBN: 978-0-7643-5344-4 Size: 12" x 9" 125 color images Pages: 256 Binding: hard cover Price: $45.00

Buzz on NetGalley “Take an armchair journey through the breathtaking High Sierras.” “Page after page of some of the most stunning photos I have ever seen.” “Magical . . . makes you want to go there.”

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TOURING THE WEST

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978-0-7643-3110-7 8 1/2" X 11" / 112 pp. / PB / $24.99

978-0-7643-2848-0 11" X 8 1/2" / 128 pp. / PB / $25.00

LAS VEGAS LIGHTS

GHOSTS OF SEATTLE

GHOSTS, GANGSTERS, AND GAMBLERS OF LAS VEGAS

MID-CENTURY VEGAS

978-0-7643-3294-4 6" X 9" / 256 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-3129-9 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / HC / $39.99

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978-0-7643-2003-3 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-7643-2798-8 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $13.00

GHOSTS OF HOLLYWOOD

1930s to 1960s

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978-0-7643-2687-5 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $12.95

LOST TREASURE SHIPS OF THE OREGON COAST

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978-0-7643-2401-7 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / PB / $24.95

978-0-7643-1542-8 11" X 8 1/2" / 160 pp. / PB / $29.95

GHOSTS OF ALCATRAZ

GHOSTS OF SAN FRANCISCO

HAUNTS OF SAN JOSE

978-0-7643-2884-8 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-2765-0 6" X 9" / 128 pp. / PB / $12.95

978-0-7643-3029-2 6" X 9" / 176 pp. / PB / $14.99

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The Show Still Goes On

978-0-7643-2883-1 6" X 9" / 256 pp. / PB / $15.00

978-0-7643-3154-1 11" X 8 1/2" / 192 pp. / PB / $19.99

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GHOSTS OF ALASKA

ALASKAN MARITIME

978-0-7643-3303-3 6" X 9" / 160 pp. / PB / $14.99

978-0-7643-0035-6 8 1/2" X 11" / 176 pp. / PB / $29.95

SUPERNATURAL HAWAII 978-0-7643-3186-2 6" X 9" / 224 pp. / PB / $16.99

ALOHA SPIRIT Hawaiian Art and Popular Culture

978-0-7643-0489-7 11" X 8 1/2" / 192 pp. / HC / $49.95

The Best of Hawaiian Design

HAWAIIANA, 2ND ED.

HULA GIRLS AND SURFER BOYS

978-0-7643-1220-5 8 1/2" X 11" / 256 pp. / HC / $59.95

978-0-7643-1042-3 11" X 8 1/2" / 112 pp. / PB / $19.95

HULA DANCERS & TIKI GODS 978-0-7643-1247-2 8 1/2" X 11" / 208 pp. / HC / $39.95

HULA HEAVEN The Queen’s Album

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RECENTLY PUBLISHED INTERNATIONAL / RECENTLY PUBLISHED REGIONAL INTERNATIONAL / REGIONAL Cuba’s Evolution Columbus to Castro by Kim Buddee This thoughtfully composed visual tour of modern Cuba captures the island and its people emerging from a time capsule through vivid photographs and narrative vignettes that relate the story of the nation’s evolution from Columbus to Castro. But hurry: the nation’s slow but inevitable transformation has already begun.

INTERNATIONAL ISBN: 978-0-7643-5312-3 Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" 145 color images Pages: 144 Binding: hard cover Price: $29.99

Havana Forever A Pictorial and Cultural History of an Unforgettable City by Kenneth Treister, Felipe J. Prestamo & Raul B. Garcia Havana has always been a dynamic city, and its unique architecture makes it one of the most beautiful cities in the world. In this documentary-style history of old Havana, readers are invited to tour the city’s buildings alongside its culture, people, plazas, and parks.

INTERNATIONAL ISBN: 978-0-7643-5365-9 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 275+ images Pages: 344 Binding: hard cover Price: $60.00

Stories of West Africa A Coloring Book Journey by Hollis Chatelain In West Africa, people wear colorful fabrics not only as a fashion statement, but also as a way to express their views. These 20 exquisite drawings on high-quality paper show scenes from daily life—family time, market scenes, kids’ chores—and each includes a textile backdrop featuring the cloth of West Africa.

INTERNATIONAL ISBN: 978-0-7643-5447-2 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" 20 drawings Pages: 50 Binding: soft cover Price: $14.99 157


REGIONAL RECENTLY PUBLISHED / INTERNATIONAL The Ever-Changing Coastline Tidal Forces at Work by Joseph R. Votano Beaches are the most dynamic places on Earth, offering an infinite variety of patterns and geological land formations. This book celebrates and solves the mysteries of the fascinating abstract beauty of gravitational effects at the water’s edge, accompanied by an explanation of the natural and man-made forces on display.

INTERNATIONAL ISBN: 978-0-7643-5487-8 Size: 10" x 8" 159 color images Pages: 160 Binding: hard cover Price: $29.99

Buzz on NetGalley “Photography is beautiful and inspiring.” “Great coffee table book.”

The Timeless Seashore by Joseph R. Votano The shoreline offers an infinite variety of patterns and landforms, from curiously sculpted beaches to towering sea stacks, strewn seaweed, and crabs scuttling in tide pools. This book aims to enhance appreciation for oceans and their shape-shifting shorelines. They are, after all, wondrous.

INTERNATIONAL ISBN: 978-0-7643-5488-5 Size: 7" x 7" 75 color images Pages: 96 Binding: hard cover Price: $16.99

Buzz on NetGalley “Absolutely stunning.” “I wish I could give this book more than 5 stars.” “Jaw-dropping photos.”

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MEXICAN FOLK ART, 2ND ED.

MEXICO CITY Out and About

From Oaxacan Artist Families

978-0-7643-2673-8 11" X 8 1/2" / 192 pp. / HC / $39.95

978-0-7643-3672-0 11 3/4" X 9" / 192 pp. / HC / $45.00

JEWISH TREASURES OF THE CARIBBEAN The Legacy of Judaism in the New World

978-0-7643-5095-5 9" X 11 / 240 pp. / HC / $60.00

LANCASHIRE FOLK Ghostly Legends and Folklore from Ancient to Modern

978-0-7643-4983-6 6" X 9" / 240 pp. / HC / $19.99

TRUE AFRICA

LADAKH

SEVEN CONTINENTS

HAUNTED AUSTRALIA

Photographs by David Sacks

The Culture and People of “Little Tibet"

Photography of Mohan Bhasker

Ghosts of the Great Southern Land

978-0-7643-4980-5 12" X 9" / 256 pp. / HC / $50.00

978-0-7643-5228-7 6" X 9" / 256 pp. / HC / $24.99

978-0-7643-4217-2 12" X 12" / 192 pp. / HC / $75.00

Mind Melter 978-0-7643-5280-5

Bloom 978-0-7643-5281-2

978-0-7643-4281-3 12" X 12" / 192 pp. / HC / $59.99

Animal Life 978-0-7643-5278-2

Stories of West Africa 978-0-7643-5447-2

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Looted Beauty 978-0-7643-5285-0

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