Spring 2001 Book List
Edited by Laurele Riippa. Compiled by Lynn Andriani, Dena Croog, Robert Dahlin, Charles Hix, Julia Moberg, Karole Riippa and Bella Stander. -- 1/22/01
Performing Arts &Film | Art &Architecture | Photography
Performing Arts &Film
Unsung: A History of Women in American Music, Century Edition (Mar.; $19.95, cloth $34.95) by Christine Ammer documents 200 years of American women composers and performers.
Sword Fighting: A Manual for Actors and Directors (Apr., $15.95) by Keith Ducklin and John Waller offers guidelines on how to train using historical weapons.
Reprint:Clifford Odets: American Playwright (Mar., $19.95) by Margaret Brenman-Gibson; Shakespeare: A Popular Life (Apr., $16.95) by Garry O'Connor; Original Story by Arthur Laurents: A Memoir of Broadway and Hollywood (May, $18.95) by Arthur Laurents.
BACKBEAT BOOKS (formerly Miller Freeman)
Rip It Up Rock 'n' Roll Rulebreakers (Apr., $17.95) by Denise Sullivan pays tribute to rock anarchists who ignited musicians and fans.
Classical Music (June, $29.95), edited by Alexander Morin, is a CD review guide to the best classical recordings for both the new listener and the seasoned aficionado.
Westlife: In Our Own Words (June, $9.95) by Eugene Masterson et al., Ireland's latest pop sensation tells its story.
Moviegoing in America: A Sourcebook in the History of Film Exhibition (July, $29.95) by Gregory Waller bridges film studies and social history.
Eyes Wide Open: Looking for God in Popular Culture (May, $11.99) by William D. Romanowski is a guide to interpreting and evaluating popular culture as a Christian. Advertising. Author publicity.
CAMBRIDGE UNIV. PRESS
Yonder Come the Blues (Mar.; $21.95, cloth $59.95) by Paul Oliver et al. traces the development of blues music.
Hollywood and Anti-Semitism (May, $24.95) by Steven Alan Carrshows how media anti-Semitism popularized the myth that the film industry is dominated by a Jewish cabal.
Ernest Hemingway's "After the Storm:" The Story, Plus the Screenplay and a Commentary (Mar., $12) by E.S. Hotchner is a screenwriter's take on adapting literary works for the screen. 30,000 first printing.
The Hollywood Book of Lists: From Great Performances and Romantic Epics to Bad Remakes and Miscasting Debacles (June, $16.95) by Stephen J. Spignesi contains more than 100 lists of trivia, facts and lore.
Reprint: The Films of Sean Connery (Aug., $21.95) by Lee Pfeiffer and Philip Lisa.
Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey--The Making and Meaning of The Game of Death(Apr., $16.95) by John R Little is an insider's account of the remaking of Lee's last movie.
COOPER SQUARE PRESS
Desperad s: The Roots of Country Rock (Apr., $19.95) by John Einarson looks at the roots of the genre developed by the Byrds, Gram Parsons, Linda Ronstadt, the Eagles and others.
Reprint: I, Fellini (May, $19.95) by Federico Fellini and Charlotte Chandler.
DA CAPO PRESS
Reprint: Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul, Expanded and Updated (Mar., $17) by Mark Bego.
IVAN R. DEE
The Shakespeare Handbooks: Hamlet; ...King Lear; ...Macbeth; ...Romeo and Juliet (May, $8.95 each) by Alistair McCallum are informed guides to Shakespeare's plays.
Reprint: The Men Who Made the Movies (Apr., $16.95) by Richard Schickel.
DUKE UNIV. PRESS
Ambient Television: Visual Culture and Public Space (May, $16.95) by Anna McCarthy explores TV locations outside the living room--airports, bars, etc.--and what they tell us about our notions of community, masculinity and leisure.
FANTAGRAPHICS BOOKS (dist. by Seven Hills)
The Ghost World Screenplay (Mar., $16.95) by Daniel Clowes and Terry Twigoff is the screenplay for the upcoming film plus photos.
Asking Around (Apr., $13) by David Hare is the documentary research that provided the inspiration for Hare's trilogy of plays: Racing Demon, Murmuring Judges and The Absence of War.
Proof (Apr., $12) by David Auburn presents a play that explores the unknowability of love and the mysteries of science.
My Zinc Bed (Apr., $12) by David Hare. The play takes a comic look at love and addiction.
Writing with Hitchcock: The Collaboration of Alfred Hitchcock and John Michael Hayes (July, $15) by Steven De Rosa looks at the films of the director and the screenwriter, including Rear Window, To Catch a Thief and The Trouble with Harry.
Reprint: Wit (Apr., $12) by Margaret Edson.
Reprint: The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail (July, $9) by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee.
To Hell and Back with Catatonia (June, $18.95) by Brian Wright follows the progress of the group, Catatonia, from obscure Welsh clubs to the world's stage, and how their music turned one man's life around.
The Hollywood West: Lives of Film Legends Who Shaped It (May, $17.95), edited by Richard W. Etulain and Glenda Riley, is an illustrated thematic breakdown of the Hollywood western.
Anime from Akira to Princess Mononoke: Experiencing Contemporary Japanese Animation (May, $18.95) by Susan J. Napier looks at the deeper significance behind Japan's hottest contemporary export--animation.
Hot Stuff: A Brief History of Disco (Mar., $13) by John-Manuel Andriote takes an irreverent trip through this influential and resilient movement in the history of popular music. 25,000 first printing.
Reprint: Hitchcock's Notebooks: An Authorized and Illustrated Look Inside the Creative Mind of Alfred Hitchcock (Apr., $16) by Dan Auiler. 25,000 first printing.
Reprint: The Film Encyclopedia, Fourth Edition (Mar., $30) by Ephraim Katz. 25,000 first printing; Halliwell's Who's Who in the Movies (June, $25), edited by John Walker. 15,000 first printing.
HARVARD UNIV. PRESS
Instruments of Desire: The Electric Guitar and the Shaping of Musical Experience (May, $15.95) by Steve Waksman focuses on key performers who have shaped the use and meaning of the instrument from Chet Atkins to Led Zeppelin.
Solving Your Script: Tools and Techniques for the Playwright (Apr., $15.95) by Jeffrey Sweet uses a workshop structure to help playwrights build the technical acumen they need.
Aspects of the Screenplay: Techniques of Screenwriting (May, $14.95) by Mark Axelrod concentrates on form and structure.
Acting Strategies for the Cyber Age (July, $15.95) by Ed Hooks outlines techniques.
HELTER SKELTER (dist. by Interlink)
Animals Tracks: The Story of The Animals (Mar., $18.95) by Sean Egan tells the story of the 1960s band.
Emerson, Lake and Palmer: The Show That Never Ends (Mar., $18.95) by George Forrester, Martin Hanson and Frank Askew looks at one of the most successful acts of the1970s.
INDIANA UNIV. PRESS
Kon Ichikawa (Apr., $29.95), edited by James Quandt. Scholars discuss the films of Japanese director Ichikawa.
The BFI Companion to Eastern European and Russian Cinema (July, $29.95), edited by Richard Taylor et al., contains more than 200 entries.
Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People (Apr., $25) by Jack Shaheen studies 1,000 films to prove that Hollywood still stereotypes Arabs as villains.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
Reprint: Print the Legend: The Life and Times of John Ford (Mar., $22.50) by Scott Eyman.
Music in the Mountains: The First Fifty Years of the Aspen Music Festival (Mar., $14) by Bruce Berger is an insider's history of the festival and the famous musicians featured.
Beat Takeshi vs. Takeshi Kitano (Mar., $22.95) by Casio Abe investigates Takeshi Kitano's films and his alter ego Beat Takeshi.
Film Noir Reader 3: Interviews with Filmmakers of the Classic Noir Period (July, $14.95), edited by Robert Porfirio, Alain Silver and James Ursini. This series of interviews helps film buffs better understand these directors' visions and techniques.
MAINSTREAM (dist. by Trafalgar Square)
Demi Moore: The Most Powerful Woman in Hollywood (Mar., $16.95) by Nigel Goodall chronicles Moore's career.
Hollywood TV &Movie Cars (Apr., $21.95) by William Krause takes a look at some of the most memorable and remarkable cars and motorcycles seen on film.
Cast Away: The Shooting Script (Mar., $17.95), screenplay by William Boyles Jr. A FedEx inspector survives a plane crash that leaves him stranded on a desert island for four years. Tie-in to the film starring Tom Hanks and Helen Hunt, directed by Robert Zemeckis.
Erin Brockovich: The Shooting Script (Mar., $17.95) by Susannah Grant is the script of the Julia Roberts film, a true story of a paralegal who brings a utility giant to its knees. Tie-in to the Universal Studios Oscar campaign for the Steven Soderbergh-directed film. Ad/promo.
Traffic: The Shooting Script (Mar., $18.95) by Steven Gaghan is the complete script of this thriller set in the world of drug trafficking. Tie-in to the film starring Michael Douglas, Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro, Dennis Quaid and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Ad/promo.
THE O'BRIEN PRESS (dist. by IPG)
Gregorian Chant Experience Book and CD (July, $24.95) by Nóirín Ní Riain contains thoughts on these chants, and the music itself, by a renowned performer. Author tour.
OXFORD UNIV. PRESS
Reprints: Louis Armstrong, in His Own Words: Selected Writings (Mar., $14.95) by Thomas Brothers; Groovin' High: The Life of Dizzie Gillespie (June, $16.95) by Alyn Shipton.
Parental Advisory: Music Censorship in America (Apr., $14) by Eric Nuzum looks at all sides of this issue. 25,000 first printing. Author publicity. 25-city radio satellite tour.
Star Tunes: Celebrities Reveal the Top Ten Albums They Can't Live Without (Mar., $9.95), edited by Michael Friedman, tells who loves what.
The Official blink 182 Crapbook (May, $14.95) collects the band's memorabilia.
VH1 Behind the Music: Casualties of Rock (July, $12.95) by Quinton Skinner is an encyclopedic guide to the deaths and tragedies in rock 'n' roll history.
QUAIL RIDGE PRESS
Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame: Legendary Musicians Whose Art Has Changed the World (Apr., $16.95) byJim Brewer is an overview of the state's musical heritage.
S.A.F. PUBLISHING (dist. by Interlink)
The Zombies: Time of the Season (May, $18.95) by Claes Johansen tells of the band's struggle to balance artistic integrity against the demands of commercial success.
ST. MARTIN'S/THOMAS DUNNE BOOKS
Planet of the Apes Revisited (June, $23.95) by J Russo and Larry Landsman with Ed Gross looks at the classic film through archives and interviews with the cast and crew.
SCARECROW PRESS (dist. by NBN)
The New Historical Dictionary of the American Film Industry (Apr., $19.95) by Anthony Slide is a comprehensive guide.
Shakira: Woman Full of Grace, Crossing Over (Aug., $11) by Ximena Diego looks at the Latin American singer-songwriter poised to become a crossover star with her first English language album.
SMITH AND KRAUS
Signature Theatre 2000-2001 (Aug., $19.95), edited by Beth Whitaker. Since begun in 1991, this New York theater group has explored the work of some of the finest living playwrights.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
Gaborabilia: An Illustrated Celebration of the Fabulous, Legendary Gabor Sisters (June, $15) by Anthony Turtu and Donald Reuter is the story of Mama Jolie and sisters Zsa Zsa, Magda and Eva.
THUNDER'S MOUTH PRESS
Reprint: Into the Heart: The Stories Behind Every U2 Song (June, $23.95) by Niall Stokes.
Reprint: Bruce Lee: Artist of Life (Apr., $16.95), edited by John Little.
First Lady of Wrestling: Missy Hyatt: The Original Sexy Sidekick Tells All (Aug., $17.95) by Missy Hyatt with Charles Salzberg and Mark Goldblatt takes fans inside the world of wrestling.
UNIV. OF CHICAGO PRESS
Tosca's Rome: The Place and the Opera in Historical Perspective (Apr., $19) by Susan Vandiver Nicassio looks at the surprising realities behind the Puccini opera.
UNIV. OF MICHIGAN PRESS
Before Motown: A History of Jazz in Detroit, 1920-60 (May; $22.95, cloth $42.50) by Lars Bjorn with Jim Gallert proves that Detroit was a major musical force long before the emergence of the Motown sound.
David Mamet in Conversation (July, $16.95), edited by Leslie Kane. The playwright discusses his work.
UNIV. OF NEBRASKA PRESS
If You Don't Go, Don't Hinder Me: The African American Sacred Song Tradition (Mar.; $15, cloth $30) by Bernice Johnson Reagon examines different genres of African-American sacred music.
UNIV. OF TEXAS PRESS
Interacting with Babylon 5: Fan Performances in a Media Universe (July; $22.95, cloth $50) by Kurt Lancaster reveals how the fans of this TV series immerse themselves in its imaginary environment.
Reel Knockouts: Violent Women in the Movies (July; $22.95, cloth $45), edited by Martha McCaughey and Neal King, makes feminist sense out of violent women in films from Hollywood to Hong Kong.
Reprint: Hollywood Exile, or, How I Learned to Love the Backlist (Mar., $22.95) by Bernard Gordon.
UNIV. PRESS OF FLORIDA
Dance and Music: A Guide to Dance Accompaniment for Musicians and Dance Teachers (June, $29.95) by Harriet Cavalli looks behind the scenes at the world of dance while discussing the work of the accompanist.
UNIV. PRESS OF MISSISSIPPI
John Houston: Interviews (Mar., $18), edited by Robert Emmet Long, collects 33 years of conversation with the creator of The Maltese Falcon, The African Queen and more.
Ladies of Soul (Apr., $20) by David Freeland includes profiles of seven songbirds of the 1960s.
The Theater Posters of James McMullan (May, $24.95) by James McMullan reproduces 35 posters with descriptions about their creation.
The Screenwriter's Survival Guide: Or, Guerilla Meeting Tactics and Other Acts of War (Mar., $13.95) by Max Adams. A veteran writer takes the reader through the steps of selling a screenplay. Ad/promo.
Swing It: An Annotated History of Jive (Mar., $18.95) by Bill Milkowski includes vintage photos of jive's most charismatic entertainers.
Reprint: Lucille: The Life of Lucille Ball (May, $16.95) by Kathleen Brady.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
Reprint: The Ancient World in the Cinema: Revised and Expanded Edition (Mar.; $22.50, cloth $40) by Jon Solomon.
Schindler House (Mar., $22.50) by Kathryn Smith. The first monograph on this edifice contains photos by Grant Mudford. Ad/promo.
Workspheres: Designing the Workplace of Tomorrow (Mar., $35), edited by Paola Antonelli, confronts the design demands of the changing work environment. A Museum of Modern Art Book. Ad/promo.
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition Illustrated 2001 (June, $19.95), edited by Peter Blake, serves as the catalogue for the world's largest open contemporary art exhibition.
BIRKHÄUSER (dist. by Princeton Architectural Press)
Stucco, Stone and Steel: New Materials in Open Space Design (Mar., $34), by Topos editors, features lawns, gardens, courtyards and promenades.
Le Corbusier: The Convent at la Tourette (Apr., $17.95) by Philippe PotiÃ© guides readers through this modern ecclesiastical architecture.
Carchitecture (June, $35) by Alex de Rijke explores the parallel development of cars and architecture in the late 20th century.
Indian Maidens and Pin-Up Nudes (Mar., $11.95 each) by Max Allan Collins are two books celebrating the female form.
COLLINS &BROWN (dist. by Sterling)
Architecture: A Visual History (Apr., $24.95) by James Neal takes readers for a stroll through cathedrals and skyscrapers.
Howard Finster: The Early Years: A Private Portrait of America's Premier Folk Artist (May, $24.95) by Thelma Finster Bradshaw. Rare photos accompany his daughter's narrative.
Monumental Classic Architecture in Great Britain and Ireland (July, $17.95) by Albert E. Richardson depicts structures erected between 1730 and 1875.
EDITIONS SCALA (dist. by Antique Collectors' Club)
The Louvre: Paintings (Mar., $33.95) by Michel Laclotte and Jean-Pierre Cusin describes the origins and development of the museum's great collections.
Picasso: The Burial of the Count of Orgaz &Other P ms (Aug., $17.95) by Pablo Picasso, edited by Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris, collects the artist's verse for the first time in English.
A History of 20th-Century Art (Mar., $18.95) by Bernard Blistene thematically organizes architecture, cinema, video and design.
J. PAUL GETTY TRUST
The Stammheim Missal (May, $17.50) by Elizabeth C. Teviotdale surveys this manuscript of German Romanesque art and the circumstances of its creation.
Reprint: Painting on Light: Drawings and Stained Glass in the Age of DÃ¼rer and Holbein (Mar., $50) by Barbara Butts and Lee Hendrix.
Architecture from the Outside: Essays on Virtual and Real Space (June, $20) by Elizabeth Grosz probes the ways in which we understand and inhabit space.
Reprint: Caravaggio's Secrets (Apr., $18.95) by Leo Bersani and Ulysse Dutoit.
NATIONAL MUSEUMS OF SCOTLAND (dist. by Arthur Schwartz)
Heads and Tales (May, $11.95) by Iain MacLeod and Brian Hill. Facial reconstruction gives visages back to the dead, ranging from Egyptian mummies to Robert the Bruce.
NORTH LIGHT BOOKS
How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal (Apr., $26.99) by Claudia Nice teaches readers to illustrate their thoughts creatively. Advertising.
Layout Index (May, $24.99) by Jim Krause suggests multiple possibilities for visual treatments. Advertising.
NORTHWESTERN UNIV. PRESS
Valentin Serov: Portraits of Russia's Silver Age (July, $29.95) by Elizabeth Kridl Valkenier reviews the achievements of the artist who led Russian art into the 20th century.
OAK TREE PRESS
Hotels to Remember (Mar., $49.50) by Mary Montague Sikes visits 20 memorable hotels and their settings.
OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESS (dist. by Graphic Arts Center)
Keeping the Spirit Alive: American Indian Art from the Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Collection (Mar., $17.95) by Bonnie Kahn and Mary Schlick catalogues a rich range of creative output.
Fired by Ideals: Arequipa Pottery and the Arts and Crafts Movement (Mar., $30) by Suzanne Baizerman et al. is the first book on artwork by women recovering from TB early in the 20th century.
Prince Eagle (Mar., $30) by Elizabeth Peyton. The artist finds inspiration in her muse, Tony, as she paints the young Napoleon. Ad/promo.
Flip Designs (Apr., $14.95) by Michael Jenner combines abstract photography and digital technology to transform ordinary objects into striking images.
Reprint: Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera (Apr., $9.95) by Isabel Alcántara and Sandra Egnolff.
PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS
The Ethical Architect: The Dilemma of Contemporary Practice (Mar.; $25, cloth $55) by Tom Spector subjects architectural theories to the analytical techniques of moral philosophy.
Hong Kong Comics (June, $25) by Wendy Siuyi Wong covers political cartoons, humor comics and violent kung fu depictions.
Geometry of Design: Studies in Proportion and Composition (Aug., $14.95) by Kimberly Elam reveals underlying geometric structures from the Barcelona chair to the Braun blender.
Amazeing Art: Wonders of the Ancient World (July, $15) by Christopher Berg showcases a series of mazes depicting wonders such as Stonehenge and the Colossus of Rhodes. 25-city radio satellite tour.
ROCKPORT PUBLISHERS/ROTOVISION (dist. by F&W)
Design It Yourself: Logos, Letterheads and Business Cards--The Non-Designers Step-by-Step Guide (July, $25) by Chuck Green aims to help the self-employed.
RUTGERS UNIV. PRESS
Mirroring Evil: Nazi Imagery/Recent Art (Apr., $30) by Norman Kleeblatt is a catalogue to a controversial exhibit; copublished with the Jewish Museum.
Trends of North American Architecture (May, $29.95) by Luca Molinari examines 18 projects completed in the 1990s.
An Architectural Guidebook to Brooklyn by Francis Morroneand ...Portland (Apr., $19.95 each) by Bart King illustrate both traditional and eccentric buildings.
SPRINGER VIENNA (dist. by Princeton Architectural Press)
Metropolis Now! Urban Cultures in Our Global Cities (Mar., $32.50), edited by Ramesh Kuma Biswas, assesses 17 cities on four continents.
Bridgman's Complete Guide to Drawing from Life (Apr., $17.95) by George B. Bridgman offers more than 1,000 illustrations of human anatomy.
Dream Cottages (May, $22.95) by Catherine Tredway. More than 35 cottage designs reflect a wide range of construction techniques, styles and details.
Futurism (Apr., $27.50) by Giovanni Lista considers the movement that uses every means of expression to create a total art.
Public Offerings (Apr., $49.95), edited by Paul Schimmel, highlights important artists who have emerged in the last decade.
Treasury of the World: Jeweled Arts of India in the Age of the Mughals (May, $29.95) by Manuel Keene draws from the al-Sabah Collection in Kuwait.
Georgia O'Keeffe (May, $14.95) by Lisa Mintz Messinger supplies new insights into the artist's work and relationships.
Reprints: William Blake: The Complete Illuminated Books (Apr., $39.95); Claude Monet: The Color of Time (May, $39.95) by Virginia Spate.
UNIV. OF TENNESSEE PRESS
Tennessee's New Deal Landscape: A Guidebook (Mar., $18.50) by Carroll Van West takes a look at buildings, parks and public works constructed during the New Deal era.
UNIV. OF WASHINGTON PRESS
Over the Line: The Art and Life of Jacob Lawrence (June, $50), edited by Peter T. Nesbett and Michelle DuBois, reproduces more than 200 works, many in color. 35,000 first printing.
UNIV. PRESS OF NEW ENGLAND
A Building History of Northern New England (June, $25) by James L. Garvin is a technical and stylistic analysis of 200 years of architectural evolution.
Humorous Illustration: The Top Artists of Our Time Talk About Their Work (May, $24.95) by Nick Meglin includes Norman Rockwell, Maurice Sendak, Jules Feiffer and others.
The New American Swimming Pool: Innovations in Design and Construction: 40 Case Studies (May, $55), edited by James Grayson Trulove, showcases designs by leading landscape architects.
Arte Latino (June, $19.95) revels in Latin art and tradition in the Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum series.
Maggie's Way: Observations from Below Your Knees (Mar., $12.95) by Bill Stanton looks at life from the point of view of a basset hound. 25,000 first printing. Advertising.
Pennsylvania Cable Network Tours (July, $29.95) by Brian Lockman gathers more than 200 nationally recognized Pennsylvania-based industries.
The Fairest Fowl: Portraits of Championship Chickens (June, $14.95) by Tamara Staples, essay by Ira Glass, portrays the winners of the American poultry show.
Eadweard Muybridge: The Father of the Motion Picture (May, $18.95) by Gordon Hendricks examines Muybridge's groundbreaking photographic work and tumultuous life.
Montana: A State of Mind (Apr., $14.95) by Michael Sample captures the state's beauty.
HARVILL PRESS (dist. by FSG)
The Bus: The Free Photographic Omnibus, 1973-2001 (Aug., $25) by Daniel Meadows. The man who drove around England offering free portrait sessions 28 years ago catches up with many of his subjects to discuss the past and present.
MARION KOOGLER MCNAY ART MUSEUM (dist. by Univ. of Texas Press)
Kathy Vargas: Photographs, 1971-2000 (Mar., $29.95) by Lucy Lippard is the catalogue for Vargas's first major retrospective.
Imogen Cunningham: Flora, ...On the Body and ...Portraiture (May, $24.95 each) by Richard Lorenz collect the photographer's work. Advertising.
Wolf Camera's Guide to Taking Better Pictures (May, $12) offers tips from one of the largest U.S. photo chains.
Phaidon 55 ($7.95 each) is a series of small-format books, each one focusing on a single photographer, including Eugene Atget (Mar.) by Gerry Badger, Dorothea Lange (Mar.) by Mark Durden, Walker Evans (May) by Luc Sante and Lisette Model (TBA) by Elisabeth Sussman.
Lake Street, U.S.A. (Aug., $16) by Wing Young Huie focuses on one American street's diverse realities. Advertising. Author tour.
Reprint: Jackie: Her Life in Pictures (May, $19.95) by James Spada.
Street Graphics Cuba (Apr., $19.95) by Barry Dawon illustrates street graphics with subjects including Coke and Che Guevara.
Reprint: The Secret Paris of the '30s (June, $29.95) by BrassaÃï(Gyula Halasz).
UNIV. OF ALABAMA PRESS
A Chattahoochee Album: Images of Traditional People and Folksy Places Around the Lower Chattahoochee River Valley (Mar., $29.95) by Fred C. Fussell presents the traditions and cultural heritage of the region.
Designing a Photograph: Visual Techniques for Making Your Photographs Work, Revised Edition (May, $24.95) by Bill Smith includes new photos to accompany real-life examples and procedures.
Creative Digital Printmaking: A Photographer's Guide to Professional Desktop Printing (June, $24.95) by Theresa Airey explains how to make darkroom-quality photos on printers.
WHITE PINE PRESS
The Bonds Between Us (May, $20) by Milton Rogovin offers family portraits from around the world.
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