"Good work, you morbid little bastard."
Hunter S. Thompson, author of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
An inspiring ride into the 9/11 cover-up and the revolutionary possibilities it inadvertently created.
"As wonderful a condimental accompaniment to American cuisine as hot sauce itself."
Tom Acitelli, author of The Audacity of Hops
For disaffected conservatives and moderates, as well as liberals who are fed up with the political party system
“The authors clearly know their Python, and they also know how much the Pythons themselves knew about virtually everything, up to and including the Spanish Inquisition.”
The New York Times
"Terry's book offers answers where there had been none before."
"With his characteristic ingenuity, razor-sharp cultural insights, and cunning humor, Spitz chronicles the history of the ever-growing aesthetic called Twee."
"A work that will be cherished by those who enjoy not only the words of writers, but also the books from which they come."
Courtney Webb, New York Journal of Books
"If you can read the entire book and not enjoy it, then there's a good chance you take yourself too seriously."
Christian Lander, author of Stuff White People Like
This book contains pages from the Black Panther Party’s official newspaper, featuring essays by Hilliard, Elaine Brown, Dr. Stan Oden, Craig Laurence Rice, Kumasi, and Joshua Bloom.
"The strange effects of neurological damage will draw fans of Oliver Sacks, but Mason's poignant and caring accounts of his clients' lives are sure to touch the hearts of a wide range of readers.”
Cringe offers a voyeuristic glimpse at the roller coaster of youth in all of its navel-gazing, soul-searching, social-skewering glory.
“For half a century, the Village Voice has set the gold standard for serious film coverage… this [is a] valuable, illuminating collection.”
"A work of prophetic journalism—Sherwood Anderson channeling Garcia Marquez in Jack London's voice... What emerges is a moving, cautionary tale for American times to come."
John Phillip Santos, author of Places Left Unfinished at the Time of Creation
"Titillating, funny, appalling... The book dishes dirt and zeitgeist in roughly equal portions, with hilarious and devastating observations.”
This one-of-a-kind treasure trove of memories, meditations, fascinating facts, and tantalizing trivia will only enhance the unparalleled pleasure of lighting up!
"These pages are shot through with original and important ideas, each of which could easily be spun off in to whole dissertations. You must read this book.”
Christian Parenti, author of The Freedom: Shadows and Hallucinations in Occupied Iraq
"Damon Brown tells the tale of the marriage of pop culture, video games, and porn with a geek's glee and a historian's attention to detail."
Audacia Ray, author of Naked on the Internet
"No poet today writes history better than Ed Sanders... the bard of our continent gives us the truth with these poems and songs."
Joanne Kyger, author of About Now: Collected Poems
“A very well written ‘cinema-therapy’ session... [Lynch's] movies, obsessions, studio hassles, and personal life are all revealed in a smart, readable analysis by author Dennis Lim, who makes for the perfect film shrink.”
John Waters, director of Pink Flamingos
“Manning’s ordinary existence becomes extraordinary through the fine writing of Nicks. The conversations between Manning, her confidants, and others are expertly woven together in a way that propels this story along like a thrilling, suspense-filled novel.”
Randy L. Schmidt, author of Little Girl Blue
"A sustained, headlong, late-night crystalline rant/sermon/declaration that never lets up, never plays safe, and, when you're finished, finally lets you breathe. Goddammit. Now I have to go buy this dude's Bowie book."
Patton Oswalt, actor in The King of Queens
"Like a good punk rock song, [Nobody Likes You] is a great, somewhat brief length and yet completely in-depth and brings some new details to life. Like a good Green Day song, it's also easily digestible and accessible, but an enjoyable experience all the same."
Brian Schultz, Punk News
"Wit and high hilarity propel us through the pages of this tale of irrepressible lovers who are never on secure ground for long. But there's wisdom at the heart of this wonderfully buoyant novel."
Kathleen Hill, author of She Read to Us in the Late Afternoons
"A lyrical, and lyric-filled, portrait of a family in love and sorrow. This whimsical, bittersweet debut novel recalls the work of filmmaker Wes Anderson... there is something iridescent about this novel."
Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"With ferocious economy and a great big heart, Taylor Brown writes one of the best debuts I've ever picked up... This work demands your attention."
Charles Dodd White, author of A Shelter of Others
“A spine-electrifying supernatural tale where a huge Southern States mansion contains one of the most terrifying, violent and indeed psychopathic ghosts to haunt any town.”
Tim Roux, author of Missio
"A solid selection for those who have mastered [drawing] the basics and are ready to move on to character work."
School Library Journal
"What a magnificent book. It's gorgeous, playful, and draws you in. Every single photo shows not only a deep love of science in the abstract, but also a tinkerer's love of the STUFF of science."
Adam Savage, star of Mythbusters
"If you’ve been trying to draw [characters], but still feel as though your drawings don’t look very manga-ish, this is a great book, with lots of good hints and idea templates with which to practice... very useful!"
Frederik L. Schodt, author of Manga! Manga!
"Bill Plympton is the great asterisk of animation. You can't draw a feature film by yourself... except Bill Plympton. You can't market and distribute an animated feature film by yourself... except Bill Plympton. I don't know how he does it!"
Tom Sito, animator and historian
The Art of Cars is as colorful as its memorable story and characters, making this book—the only movie tie-in for adults—a spirited ride down the road of a masterful animated feature film.
"If you’re left a little cold by the Thomas Kinkade cottages and celebrity glossies that are passing for decent figurative art these days, dive into this garden of earthly delights. You won’t be disappointed."
Matt Konrad, fiction editor of Ruminator
" This volume is long past due. Few artists have had the impact on animation which Plympton can claim."
Richard O'Connor, The Comic Journal
"Aesthetically, the book is not far from the mind-warped visuals that Mr. West so often gives us, like his recent publicly released video short with director Spike Jonze... this will once again be a Kanye West collectors item."
“This book was really fun to read and I actually learned a lot. Wait a minute... Does giving a quote for this book mean people will know that I didn’t actually already know this stuff? Lame.”
Hayley Williams, lead vocalist of Paramore
“Despite a life as hectic as a hurricane, and at times as foreboding as a Florida swamp, [this book] is a hilarious, insightful reminder of what the best memoirs can offer, imposing a sense of order and much-needed catharsis on the chaos of life.”
Josh Hanagarne, author of The World’s Strongest Librarian
“Like any good rock bio, I'm the Man abounds with tales of debauchery… [but it's also] an inspiring tale of perseverance in the face of endless lineup and label changes, rehearsal room fires, and a fickle music industry.”
“A tale of outlandish debauchery and mayhem… Like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas crossed with The Dirt, it's both insanely compelling and compellingly insane.”
“Provides a solid, practical foundation for anyone. But it also has bits of advice that could aid the seasoned rider as well. It’s written in easy-to-understand prose, with Barger’s wit woven in.”
“Dennis tells the story from the inside out with wit and wisdom and adds brilliantly to the Alice Cooper Group mythos. There may be many versions of this story, but Dennis' is one of the most colorful, insightful and entertaining!”
Bob Ezrin, record producer
"Rachael Scdoris is not one to walk away from a challenge. She's already an accomplished musher, but it is her character and perseverance which are most exceptional."
"A disturbing, fact-filled portrait of American musical life that is both humorous and human."
Composer William Bolcom, 1988 Pulitzer Prize for music
"Through thoughtful execution of a risky premise, Cage Match offers semi-definitive answers for rock-geek know-it-alls, while igniting as many arguments as it settles."
Charles A. Hohman, PopMat
"Humorous without being acerbic, focused without being self-absorbed, this is an engaging read for believers, non-believers, and agnostics alike."
Under the Radar
"Engaging and enlightening... a solid primer to today’s Byzantine music industry."
"Greenwald is thorough and observant, his brilliant articulation allowing him to put such a world into words. He is funny, and I laughed because he understands."
Rachell Li, Teen Ink magazine
With more than two thousand songs handpicked and organized by music industry insider Sarah Lewitinn (a.k.a. Ultragrrrl), Pocket Karaoke is the definitive, portable guide to making your next karaoke performance unforgettable.
"Lowney has applied his extensive business background and made an important contribution to the ongoing discussions about the future of the Catholic church... Anyone looking for practical approaches to resolving the church’s ills would do well to begin with this book."
Charles Zech, Center for Church Management and Business Ethics
"The iconoclastic author of the memoir Hell's Angels and the novel Dead in 5 Heartbeats now offers a useful guide to maintaining personal freedoms and self-respect on streets mean and otherwise."
“This work is a welcomed contribution for anyone longing for a more authentic and purposeful life.”
Steve G. W. Moore, Executive Director of M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust
"Complete in its research and content, engaging in its writing and informative for readers, this book is one that is recommended for all football fans, whether or not they are fans of any of the Mannings or their teams."
Lance Smith, The Guy Who Reviews Sports Books
"Dropping the Gloves is very much like sitting down with Melrose and listening to him tell stories. Aside from a bit of editorial cleanup, I would guess that the book is close to a literal transcription of Melrose relating the highlights and major turning points throughout his hockey life."
Rebecca Dobrinski, The Hockey Writers
“An invaluable guide by one of the experts in the field of barefoot and minimalist shoe running.”
Dr. Joseph Froncioni, orthopedic consultant
"It's hard to match the thoroughness of the account presented by Mr. Patoski.... The Dallas Cowboys adroitly traces the ascendancy of the team while shedding light on its unique position today as an athletic, commercial and cultural powerhouse." The Wall Street Journal
“Baseball fans build their own personal relationship with the game and its players, and these relationships are portrayed exceptionally well in Top of the Order…Manning has brought together a stellar group of writers, journalists, musicians, and entertainers, and each shares a story of a ballplayer who has touched their life.”
Robilliard teaches trail-running newbies and experienced marathoners essential survival skills and tips for running long distances: how to run in snow, ice, and mud; how to cross large streams of water; what to do when you have to go number 2 on mile 30 of a 50-mile run.
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