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Artists' Books

The Rain Parade

The Rain Parade 

Words & Images
by Julia Blaukopf

The Rain Parade tells the story of photographer, Julia Blaukopf when, in 2006, she traveled to Ghana to work with Women in Progress, an organization that empowers women... 
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Gregory Crane

Gregory Crane:
Drawings 1979-2009 

by Gregory A. Crane
The artwork in Gregory Crane, Drawings 1979 – 2009 consists of a selective representation of drawings by Gregory Crane that span three decades of the artist’s career... 
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Twenty-Two Horses, Stags and Bison

Twenty-Two Horses, Stags and Bison

by Valentina DuBasky
In this series of paintings of horses, stags and bison, the relationships between myth and form, and between totemic art and the unconscious mind, guide the artist’s process...
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Roz Jacobs

Roz Jacobs
Paintings and Process
 

by Roz Jacobs
Vibrant paintings of daylight and moonlight landscapes, figures, and still lifes captivate the eye and spirit in the first publication of Roz Jacobs’ work...
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Summer on the Hill

Summer on the Hill  

by Phil Zuchman
Summer on the Hill is the first book devoted exclusively to
paintings by Philip Zuchman. The book’s 37 paintings, as well as sketches and quotes from his notebook, were part of what he accomplished during a two month stay on Patten Hill in Shelburne, MA...
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Testimony / Art & Poetry

The Cambodian Journal

The Cambodian Journal

by Valentina DuBasky
The Cambodian Journal traces a woman artist’s journey of discovery in Cambodia among survivors of the Khmer Rouge genocide that claimed over a million and a half lives... 
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Finding Kalman

Finding Kalman

by Roz Jacobs &
Anna Huberman Jacobs

“I felt like my feet were burning,” Anna Huberman Jacobs says, describing the day in 1945 that she went back to her home in Wloclawek, Poland. Anna had survived life in the Warsaw ghetto, escape, imprisonment at a Nazi labor camp, and near starvation... 
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After

After

by Chath pierSath
After is a book of letters in the form of poems that poignantly describes the author's life and experiences as a child before, during and after the Khmer Rouge...
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Windows Into War

Windows Into War
(a mother’s lament) 

by Deborah Gross-Zuchman
Windows Into War is a book of poems and paintings about war from a mother’s point of view...
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This Body Mystery

This Body Mystery

by Chath pierSath
This Body Mystery is a work of twenty-three paintings and poems written in the voices of those who were affected by the AIDS epidemic in Cambodia. It's also a book of poems about the historical past, the 
impoverished and voiceless, the trauma... 
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Essays / Fiction / Children's

Snidelines

Snidelines: Talking Trash to Power 

by Susie Day
A startling collection of personal essays and political satire that offers a perverse moral clarity to an increasingly amoral world.... 
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Twist

Twist

by Simon Lane
In Twist, the third novel in Simon Lane’s acclaimed “Paris Trilogy,” Seamus, alias Twist, is on the Eurostar train from Paris to London to see his twin brother for a birthday lunch...
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The Real Illusion

The Real Illusion

by Simon Lane
The Real Illusion is an anthology of twenty-one stories spanning nearly three decades. Simon Lane’s writing offers a journey of the mind, reflecting the peripatetic nature of the author’s life, or lives... 
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Nicholas Nevius

Nicholas Nevius

by Leigh Barnes
A gift to children all ages, especially those dealing with loss. Nicholas Nevius and his best pal Jude are two curious, adventure-seeking boys who secretly love
to be scared...  
(For Young Readers Ages 8+)
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