“The Familiar” series weaves a series of interrelated narratives together. It combines different genres and styles, ranging from hard-boiled Los Angeles noir to stream-of-consciousness psychological introspection. It is referential and self-referential with typographic experimentation and excesses. At times the traditional arrangement of paragraphs shatter, explode, or blur. In other instances the words form pictures, the boundaries between word and image disappearing altogether.
The DMZ between North and South Korea has never been photographed, either by civilians or the military … until now.
Taking its name from the iconic 1973 Martin Scorsese film, “Mean Streets: NYC 1970–1985,” this book by Edward Grazda captures the city in all its manic energy.
“Paradise Now” by Chris Jennings is “a book not only fascinating but necessary for these trying times.”
“This isn’t the usual tearjerker cancer story. It is a gleefully offensive cancer story. It is the Blazing Saddles of cancer stories.”
“Beautiful Berlin Boys” by Ashkan Sahihi resounds as an affirmation of the beauty and individuality of the gay man.”
“Lead Poisoning” is a fantastic voyage into the head of an artistic visionary.
Bad economics makes for good poetry.
Make sure to bring “Fourscore Phantasmagores” along for Tabletop Day 2017!
“The Prado Masterpieces is an incredible book, marrying visual splendor with academic insight.”