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Encyclopedia Gothica

By Liisa Ladouceur
Illustrated by Gary Pullin


Encyclopedia Gothica is a guide through that shadowiest of subcultures: modern Goths. It collects and defines more than 600 words and phrases used by these children of the night so that you too can engage in conversations about deathhawks and rivetheads and who is more u¨bergoth: ... Read more

On Performing

By Bob Snider

In his follow-up to On Songwriting (GP, 2005), acclaimed musician Bob Snider tackles the subject of performing. At turns self-deprecating and jokingly grandiose, Snider provides tips for effective performing and stories from the trenches. With thoughts on everything from stagefright, ... Read more

Two Letters ... And Counting!

By Tony Nardi

Although he has won plaudits and awards for work in film, television, and on stage, Tony Nardi?s most recent headlines have been earned by his Three Letters, in which he is the only actor who reads letters he has composed and that address a variety of social, cultural, and professional ... Read more

Wild Theatre

By Martin Morrow

Wild Theatre: The History of One Yellow Rabbit is a breezy, irreverent chronicle of the company considered by many to be English Canada's foremost creation theatre. In its romp through the company's twenty year history, the book also documents OYR's friends and collaborators ... Read more

You Don't Know Me, But You Love Me

By Caelum Vatnsdal

You Don't Know Me, But You Love Me is a biography of beloved American movie actor Dick Miller. Miller's fantastically storied life, the legendary people with whom he's lived and the fascinating environments of both Broadway and Hollywood over the past seventy years are all thoroughly ... Read more