10 Days on Earth
By Ronnie Burkett
He lived alone with very little and more than enough, and preferred it that way. "Simply simply," he was oft heard to say. He was alone, on his own, and that was okay. ..
Darrel is a middle-aged intellectually challenged man who lives with his mother. When she dies in her sleep, ... Read more
A Christmas Story
By Caseen Gaines
“The definitive book about Bob Clark’s 1983 classic holiday film. ” — Parade
A delightful gift book with rare and previously unreleased photographs, behind-the-scenes insight, and interviews with the stars of the beloved film
Learn about the special effects required ... Read more
By David Rotenberg
“Simply put, I don’t think I would’ve found my voice as an actor without David. ” — Scott Speedman, actor
“Act has the roadmap for the most crucial task of an actor: getting present. ” — Shawn Doyle, actor
A lively, conversational textbook dedicated to the art ... Read more
Actor Needs Restraint!
By Andy Jones
Three plays from the repertoire of iconic Newfoundland and Labrador playwright, actor, and member of the groundbreaking Newfoundland comedy troupe CODCO, Andy Jones.
Based on Jones' well-known epistolary radio series, An Evening with Uncle Val is a set of comic reportages from ... Read more
Approaching the Possible
By Jo Storm
Serving as a comprehensive introduction for those who are just starting to watch, while also providing long-time viewers with an episode-by-episode guide to the entire eight seasons, this book is a must-have addition to any Stargate SG-1 fan's library.
By Michael Moon
Series edited by Thomas Waugh & Matthew Hays
A Queer Film Classic on 1974's Arabian Nights by Pier Paolo Pasolini, the controversial Italian director who was murdered under mysterious circumstances in 1975.
Already internationally distinguished as a poet, novelist, and outspoken social critic of the postwar period, Pasolini ... Read more
Best Served Cold
By Erin Balser
Revenge has never been so sweet.
A critical and commercial hit, Revenge was followed fanatically for each of its four seasons. Consistently the #1 show in its timeslot, Revenge was ABC’s biggest primetime hit since Lost, and the first series to match the kind of success ... Read more
By Ronnie Burkett
Standing at the edge of the ship, contemplating a watery demise, Billy is called back to reality when his dead mentor Sid Diamond appears as a handpuppet. Sid forces Billy to re-enact his life as a puppet show, rekindling the passion Billy once had for puppets, people, and the ... Read more
By Nikki Stafford
It’s been 10 years since Buffy Summers first walked into the Sunnydale High library and came face-to-face with her Watcher, who told her she was the Chosen One who would save the world from vampires. In the seven seasons that Buffy the Vampire Slayer was on TV, we watched ... Read more
Black and White and Blue
By Dave Thompson
The films that society has termed pornographic movies have been with us for over a century now, since the first flickering kinetoscopes stumbled into life in 1889. Yet beyond a handful of scholarly tracts, and a few glancing references in certain Hollywood histories, there ... Read more