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James Fitzgerald Agency 118 Waverly Place #1B New York, New York 10011 2015 Foreign Rights Catalog The Ultimate Evil by Maury Terry Television and Film rights have been optioned by James Franco. Trailers are available for view and in review by HBO Title: The Ultimate Evil Author: Maury Terry Publisher: Barnes & Noble

Publisher: Pub. Date: 1987 Rights Available: World . The Ultimate Evil On August 10, 1977, the NYPD arrested David Berkowitz for the "Son of Sam" murders that had terrorized New York City for more than thirteen months. Berkowitz eagerly confessed to being a lone marauderone who had carried out eight senseless shootings with a .44 caliber Bulldog revolver. The case was officially closed. Journalist Maury Terry was suspicious of Berkowitz's confession. He has spent the years since that summer researching the case, meticulously gathering evidence to demonstrate that the killer did not act alone. In The Ultimate Evil, Terry details the chilling events, proving that Berkowitz was an affiliate ofand

triggerman fora Satanic cult known as the Process Church of the Final Judgment. Terry's work not only uncovers the cult's involvement in the "Son of Sam" murders but also finds their signature on other ritual slayings across the country. Since the first publication of The Ultimate Evil in 1987, new evidence about the Process Church has emerged. From his prison cell, David Berkowitz has now confirmed Maury Terry's conclusions, making this updated edition even more extraordinary. As Terry untangles the dense web of information to expose the frightening extent of the Process Church's reach, he also reveals its continuing underground existence today. Praise Terrys book offers answers where there had been none before New York Newsday Maury Terryproduced a series of masterful journalistic efforts. With The Ultimate Evil, Maury has topped himself.- Steve Dunleavy, New York Post The book is important reading for the action By writing about it, Terry may have thwarted The Ultimate Evil he describes.-John Santucci, former Queens, NY District Attorney

Author Biography Maury Terry is an award-winning investigative reporter whose work has been prominently featured in both television and print media. In 1993 and again in 1997, he conducted the first television interviews with the confessed killer David Berkowitz. Currently, Terry operates his own TV production business, and he continues to investigate major criminal cases. New York Rock by Stephen Blush Title: New York Rock Author: Steven Blush

Publisher: St. Martins Published: 2016 Rights Retained: Translation New York Rock Sex, drugs and rock n roll-New York style. New York Rock is the definitive modern history of the music of New York. From the rise of the Velvet Underground to the fall of CBGB it explains the diverse origins of the sounds, styles, scenes and attitudes. Converging in the gritty streets of New York, these artists created a history and a sound that maintains its allure to this day; New York Rock delivers the details and significance of one of musics loudest moments, and

brings the spirit of the times home with pictures by famed Rock n Roll photographer, Bob Gruen. Author Biography Steven Blush has written three books on the subject of rock: American Hardcore (Feral House, 2011), a history of the early 80s Hardcore Punk scene; American Hair Metal (Feral House, 2006), a visual tribute to the big-haired rockers ; and .45 Dangerous Minds (Creation, 2005), a collection of interviews with Pop Cultures most notorious. His writing has appeared in over 25 publications , including In the Season of Blood & Gold by Taylor Brown

Title: In the Season of Blood & Gold Author: Taylor Brown Publisher: Press 53 Published: May, 2014 Rights Available: World In the Season of Blood & Gold From the author of Fallen Land. Winner of the Montana Prize in Fiction, Taylor Brown offers up a stunning debut collection of stories. Charles Dodd White, author of A Shelter of Others, says, "With ferocious economy and a great big heart, Taylor Brown writes one of the best debuts I've ever picked up. These are stories, verses, meditations, and accusations-everything, in short, you could hope to get from important fiction. This work demands your attention. Praise Browns stories are gritty and full of heart, full of the blood that pumps through

our veins and ties us together to our family without question.-The Spark-Best Books of 2014 While Brown is certainly not the first to accomplish the task of spanning eras, only the story collections of Ron Rash come to mind when considering a Souther writers versatility in managing to bridge generational gaps while illustrating how a region and its people have change-or not changed-over the course of time.-Necessary Fiction Author Biography Taylor Brown was born on the Georgia coast. He is the author of Fallen Land and the recipient of a Montana Prize in Fiction, and a finalist for the Press 53 Open Awards, Machigonne Fiction Contest, and Doris Betts Fiction Prize. His work has been short-listed for Best American Mystery Stories, and his short fiction has appeared in The Baltimore Review, The Coachella Review, Chautuaqua, The New Guard, CutBank, story South, Crimespree Magazine, and many others. His

debut short story collection, In the Season of Blood &Gold, is available from Press 53; his novel Fallen Land is due out in 2016 with St. Martins Press, and has been sold to Editions Autrement in France. He lives in Wilmington, NC, and you can find him at www.taylorbrownfiction.com The Scamp by Jennifer Pashley Title: The Scamp Author: Jennifer Pashley Publisher: Press 53 Published: May, 2014 Rights Available: World The Scamp Mysterious, chilling, and told a breakneck pace, The Scamp will thrill readers of Daniel Woodrells

Winters Bone and Roxane Gays An Untamed State. Rayelle Reed cant escape in her small town, where everyone knows everything and not enough: All the guys she slept with, but not the ones she loved. The baby she had out of wedlock with the pastors son, and how the baby died, but not the grief and guilt that consume her. At a motel bar, Rayelle meets Couper Gale, a freelance detective on a mission to investigate a rash of missing girls, and she tags along as an excuse to cross the state line. But when Coupers investigation leads them to the mystery surrounding Rayelles runaway cousin Khaki, she finds she is heading straight back into everything she was hoping to leave behind. As fates become entwined, Rayelle must follow a haunted and twisted pathleading her toward a collision where loyalties will be betrayed, memories uncovered, and family bonds shattered. Unflinchingly dark and compelling, THE SCAMP confronts head-on the issues of family origins and the bonds between mothers, daughters, and sisters. It delves deep into the cycle of abuse and poverty, questioning, in the end, the value of any one life, child or adult. In Pashleys hands, the lost girls of rural and industrial America, trapped in the unforgiving systems of

government assistance and single parenthood, are portrayed with depth and nuance. She exposes the ingrained poverty and atmosphere of disillusionment that damns them before they have a chance and she gives them a ray of hope for a better life ahead. Praise "An intense, riveting saga of the multiplying casualties of one familys secrets and a girls determination to take control after a childhood that rips you apart so your insides are one big scar."Kirkus Reviews Author Biography Jennifer Pashley is the author of two short story collections, States, and The Conjurer, and a novel, The Scamp. Her stories have appeared widely, in journals like Mississippi Review, PANK, and SmokeLong Quarterly, and

she has been awarded the Red Hen Prize for Fiction, the Mississippi Review Prize for fiction, and the Carve Magazine Esoteric Award for LGBT Fiction. After A While You Just Get Used To It Title: After A While You Just Get Used To It: A Tale of Family Clutter Author: Gwendolyn Knapp Publisher: Gotham Pub. Date: June, 2015 Available Rights: World After A While You Just Get Used To It A vibrant new voice ups the self-deprecating memoir ante with tragicomic tales of her

dysfunctional life in swampland Florida and Americas Big Easy A dive bar palm reader who calls herself the Disco Queen Taiwan; a slumlord with a penis-of-theday LISTSERV; and Betty, the middle-aged Tales of the Cocktail volunteer who soils her pants on a party bus and is dealt with in the worst possible way. These are just a few of the unforgettable characters who populate Gwendolyn Knapps hilarious and heartbreakingyet ultimately upliftingmemoir debut, After a While You Just Get Used to It. Growing up in a dying breed of eccentric Florida crackers, Knapp thought she had it roughwhat with her pack rat mother, Margie; her aunt Susie, who has fewer teeth than prison stays; and Margies bipolar boyfriend, John. But not long after Knapp moves to New Orleans, Margie packs up her House of Hoarders and follows along. As if Knapp werent struggling enough to keep herself afloat, working odd jobs and trying to find love while suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, the thirty-year-old realizes that shes never going to escape her familys unendingly dysfunctional drama. Praise "Gwendolyn Knapp's writing manages to be both darkly acerbic and incredibly warm After A

While You Just Get Used To It perfectly captures the relentless, crazy-making love only possible (and endurable) among family."Katie Heaney, author of Never Have I Ever "A funny, slightly disturbing, wistful read that could only happen in the South. If you grew up below the Mason-Dixon line, this book will make you nostalgic for the South, its eccentrics, and reunions that include a cooler of beer, someone getting out of jail, and an itchy dog. " --Adele Levine, author of Run, Don't Walk. Author Biography Gwendolyn Knapp holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina. Her fiction has appeared in Crazyhorse and Quarterly West, and her nonfiction has appeared in The Southeast Review, Haydens Ferry Review, The Best Creative Nonfiction Vol. 2, and Narrative.ly. She also had a notable essay

mention in The Best American Essays 2013. Knapp lives in New Orleans, where her mother also relocated in 2010, along with tons of her junk. Sharon Tate: A Life by Ed Sanders Title: Sharon Tate: A Life Author: Ed Sanders Publisher: Da Capo Press Pub Date: January, 2015 Rights Available: Translation Sharon Tate: A Life Following on the great success of The Family, Ed Sanders

expands his research of the Manson murders and delivers the definitive account of the grief and tragic life of Sharon Tate. The biography takes a close look at Tate's lifefrom her itinerant childhood and early career in fashion to her transition to film, passionate marriage to the brilliant and troubled Roman Polanski, and violent murder at the hands of the Manson family cult. Sanders's Sharon Tate offers new insights into what happened on the night of her death and explores new motives for the targeting of the Polanski household. Illustrated with Rick Veitch's evocative images, Sharon Tate is required reading for anyone fascinated by the dark side of the '60s.

Author Biography Ed Sanders is a poet, political activist and member of the folkrock pranksters The Fugs. He is the author of many books including The Family, Tales of Beatnik Glory, the verse biographies Chekhov and The Poetry and Life of Allen Ginsberg, and the three volumes of verse history, America: A History in Verse. He lives in Woodstock, New York. The Family by Ed Sanders The Family has been optioned by Roxwell Films with the cowriter of American Psycho, Guinevere Turner, penning the screenplay. Finished screenplay set for May 2015. Title: The Family

Author: Ed Sanders Publisher: Da Capo Press Pub. Date: 2002 The Family In August of 1969, during two bloody evenings of paranoid, psychedelic savagery, Charles Manson and his dystopic communal family helped to wreck the dreams of the Love Generation. At least nine people were murdered, among them Sharon Tate, the young, beautiful, pregnant, actress and wife of Roman Polanski. Ed Sanders' unnerving and detailed look at the horror dealt by Manson and his followers is a classic of the truecrime genre. The Family was originally published in 1971 and remains the most meticulously researched account of the most notorious murders of the 1960s. Using firsthand accounts from some of the family's infamous members, including the wizard himself, Sanders examines not only the origins and legacy of Manson and his family, but also the

mysteries that persist. Completely revised and updated, this edition features 25 harrowing black and white photos from the investigation Praise The first complete, authoritative account of the career of Charles Manson. A terrifying book.The New York Times Book Review a hard and densely packed narrative, filled with menace and unremitting in its effort to trace the growth and development of an evil that grew within us.- Los Angeles Times Everything I Ever Needed To Know About ______*I Learned From Monty Python by Brain Cogan Ph.D and Jeff Massey Ph.D Title: Everything I Ever Needed To Know About ______*I Learned From Monty Python; *History, Art, Poetry, Communism, Philosophy, the Media, Birth, Death, ...

Mythology, Fish Slapping, and Many More! Author: Brian Cogan Ph.D and Jeff Massey Ph.D Publisher: Thomas Dunne books Pub. Date 2012 Available Rights: Translation; sold in Poland Everything I Ever Needed To Know About ______*I Learned From Monty Python A comprehensive and hilarious guide to understanding the many Monty Python jokes and allusions. Throughout their five seasons on British television (and well into the troops movie sequels and assorted solo projects), Monty Python became a worldwide symbol not only for taking serious subjects and making them silly, but also for treating silly subjects seriously. Monty Python provided a treasure trove of erudite in jokes, offering sly allusions to subjects as diverse as T.S. Elliots "Murder in the Cathedral" (as part of a commercial for a weight loss

product) and how to conjugate Latin properly (as explained by a Roman centurion to a Jewish zealot painting anti-Roman graffiti on a wall). It was this combination of the uniquely highbrow but silly humor that inspired countless followers (Saturday Night Live, to culture aficionados that still strive to "get" Monty Python. Praise The authors clearly know their Python, and they also know how much the Pythons themselves knew about virtually everything, up to and including the Spanish Inquisition. The New York Times The authors get the jokes as well as the anger behind many of them...With helpful books like this one, readers may be more alert to the persistent absurdities of modern life and to the bracing anarchy preached by Monty Python. The Washington Post Monty Python fans will applaud the efforts of fellow fans Cogan and Massey who introduce the surreal comedy group to the uninitiated by exploring the historical, political, literary, artistic,

and even religious contexts for many of the troupe's sketches. Publishers Weekly Author Biography DR. BRIAN COGAN is an associate professor and chair of the Department of Communication at Molloy College. The author of The Encyclopedia of Punk, he has also written numerous articles on punk rock, comic books, and the intersection of politics and popular culture. DR. JEFF MASSEY is professor of English at Molloy College. He is the vice president of MEARCSTAPA, the coeditor of Heads Will Roll!: Decapitation in the Medieval and Early Modern Imagination, and the

author of sundry articles. Riding on the Edge: A Motorcycle Outlaws Tale by John Hall Title: Riding on the Edge: A Motorcycle Outlaws Tale Author: John Hall Publisher: Motorbooks Pub. Date: 2009 Rights Available: Translation Riding on the Edge: A Motorcycle Outlaws Tale Ride with author John Hall into the turbulent world of 1960s bike club culture, from his

beginnings at an upstart motorcycle club to his rise to the Long Island chapter president of the Pagans, a club that the FBI called the most violent criminal organization in America. Follow him into the Pagan heartland of Pennsylvania where he fell in love, got in a roadhouse brawl over a honky-tonk angel, and eventually went to jail for takin care a club business. Now after a career as a journalist and college professor, he returns to the violent days of his youth and smashes up stereotypes like he once smashed up bars, resurrecting long-dead brothers in a style reminiscent of Jack Kerouac and Mark Twain. Hall presents them as they really were: hard living, hard loving, hard drinking, hard fighting rebels, but also hardworking, patriotic, loyal, and lovable characters. Outlaws, yes, but outlaws as American as apple pie. Praise Few people are able to retrospectively recount the life of an outlaw biker with such accuracy and candor as John Hall, mostly because few people so deeply entrenched within such a culture ever make it out alive Whether you are interested in the sociology of such sub cultures or just want to read a firsthand account of life within an outlaw biker club, Riding on the Edge will

surely quench this thirst like a cold beer at a biker rally. -- Motorcycle.com Riding on the Edge breaks down the stereotypes and newspaper headlines to reveal the raw moments in time which spawned them. John Hall's writing is so down-to-earth it seems as if you're listening to a favorite uncle spin a tale. -- RoadRUNNER Magazine Author Biography John Hall, a former chapter president of the Long Island Pagans, has done time in the state pen, as well as Penn State, where he taught history, American studies, rhetoric, and mathematics. He also worked as a bouncer, bartender, bookmaker, stonemason, professional gambler, law clerk, and freelance journalist. He has written over 400 syndicated opinion columns, which have appeared in over a dozen

newspapers, including the Houston Post and the Pittsburgh PostGazette .He has raised seven children, half the time as a single parent. He currently lives in a 127-year-old dilapidated farmhouse in the Appalachian Mountains, where he seeks what George Jean Nathan once described as the three essentials of life: reasonably well-prepared food, a moderately alcoholic diet, and the amiable company of amiable women. Beneath the Mask of Holiness: Thomas Merton and the Forbidden Love Affair that Set Him Free by Mark Shaw Title: Beneath the Mask of Holiness: Thomas Merton and the Forbidden Love Affair that Set Him Free Author: Mark Shaw

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Trade Pub. Date 2008 Rights Available: Translation Beneath the Mask of Holiness Thomas Merton is the most influential American Catholic author of the twentieth century, called the most important spiritual writer of the twentieth century. To his legion of followers, he appeared to be a peaceful, contented monk advocating the contemplative life, but in 1966 he was a troubled, lonely monksad, demoralized, guilt-stricken, and depressed over past sins. Despite being promoted by the Catholic Church as its great teacher and philosopher, Merton struggled with his irreverent behavior toward women and never having learned how to love, and be loved. Only when the suffering Merton fell madly in love with a student nurse, a forbidden, erotic affair condemned by the Catholic Church, would he discover whether his devotion to God was stronger than his dedication to the woman he called "a miracle in my life." Truly an inspirational story based on

Merton's personal journals, new information and sources such as fellow monks, Beneath the Mask of Holiness presents a unique portrayal of the famous man, one never revealed in its entirety before. Praise "[This book] can only deepen and add weight to our respect for this scrupulous, devoted, and tormented man." -- Ron Carlson, author of Five Skies "This book will provide people with a new view of the deeply human, but transcendent, love story of Thomas Merton--loving God and loving a woman. [It will be] a great contribution to the spiritual journey of thousands of people." -- Dr. Lewis Rambo, Professor of Pastoral Psychology at San Francisco Theological Seminary, and conversion expert Author Biography

Mark Shaw is a "reformed" criminal defense lawyer and radio/television personality turned author. Curious about the theological aspects of conversion and other spiritual topics, he graduated from San Francisco Theological Seminary with a Masters degree in theological studies in 2008. His many published works include Melvin Belli, King of the Courtroom, Miscarriage of Justice, The Jonathan Pollard Story, Forever Flying, the autobiography of famed aviator R. A. "Bob" Hoover,Larry Legend, a biography of NBA superstar Larry Bird, andTestament to Courage, the poignant memoir of Holocaust survivor Cecelia Rexin. He has also written Down for the Count, an investigative look at the Mike Tyson rape trial, and The Perfect Yankee, a chronicle of New York Yankee pitcher Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series. Accidental Revolution: The Story of Grunge by Kyle Anderson

Title: Accidental Revolution: The Story of Grunge Author: Kyle Anderson Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin Pub. Date 2007 Rights Available: World, foreign rights sold in the British Commonwealth Accidental Revolution: The Story of Grunge Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Hole and Alice in Chains are the names that come to mind when we talk about grunge. But never before has there been a complete history of grunge with razor-sharp critical analysis--until now. Grunge, a style of music that wed classic rock riffs with punk ethos, was the musical movement that defined the 90's and left an indelible mark on the music scene at large. But how did this musical phenomenon emerge from the Seattle underground to become a universal beacon of despair for

millions of restless kids around the globe, and why did it resonate with so many disenchanted outsiders? Kyle Anderson answers these questions and more, examining the connection between grunge and punk, how Kurt Cobain's disdain for Axl Rose propelled Nirvana to instant success, the singer who officially killed off grunge with his trite lyrics and pseudo-grunge attitude and the band the ripped off Pearl Jam, made millions of dollars by selling out to the media and went on to become the most hated band ever. Praise "The way Kyle Anderson writes about grunge mirrors how the music sounded in 1993: humor within seriousness, heaviness within distortion, enthusiasm within detachment. This book will make you get on the snake.- Check Klosterman, author of Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs "Kyle Anderson details the roots, the rise, the demise, and the legacy of rock and roll's last big thing. Anderson's witty, clear-eyed insights cut through the flannel haze to capture rock's last movement for what it truly was, and wasn't.- Anthony Bozza, author of Whatever You Say I Am: The Life and Times

of Eminem Author Biography Kyle Anderson is an editor at Spin magazine. His writing has also appeared in Entertainment Weekly and FHM. Edie Factory Girl by David Dalton and Nat Finklestein Title: Edie Factory Girl Author: David Dalton and Nat Finkelstein Publisher: VH1 Press Pub. Date 2006 Rights Available: World

Edie Factory Girl She was riveting to look at, a sprite of the zeitgeist, the living distillation of the overamped vision of New York in the mid-sixties. Like many exotic creatures that Andy Warhol shed his light on, she initially bloomedbecame the symbol for all that was hip and stylishand just as quickly began to disintegrate. Told with unsparing candor, and with images that capture her at the peak of her Factory stardom, Edie Factory Girl is the short but enduring cultural story of Edie Sedgwickreleasing in time for the film of the same name starring Sienna Miller, and including rare photos of Miller as Edie. David Dalton was just a teen when he became one of Warhols first assistants, and was present for the arrival of Edie: witnessing her rise, her Factory superstardom, and subsequent unraveling. Like an anthropologist thrown together with a tribe of wild people, Nat Finkelstein entered the Factory just as Warhol was emerging as the supreme catalyst of the sixties. Among the freaky menagerie, Nat found Andys misbegotten princess the most fascinating and enigmatic character of her time, and with a

compassionate lens recorded her fragile, fleeting beauty. Edie Factory Girl is a privileged glimpse into Warhols inner sanctum, via revealing interviews with intimates, friends, and scenesters, in which Edie orbits around the likes of Bob Dylan, Salvador Dali, Betsey Johnson, Lou Reed, Judy Garland, and many more, before departing as quickly as she came. Author Biography David Dalton was just seventeen when he became Warhols assistant and was witness to Edies rise and subsequent unraveling. Nat Finkelstein entered the Factory just as Warhol was emerging as the supreme catalyst of the 60s. Nat found Andys misbegotten princess the most fascinating and enigmatic character of her time and with a compassionate lens, recorded her fragile, fleeting beauty. Together they offer a privileged glimpse into Warhols inner

sanctum, via revealing interviews with intimates, friends and scenesters, in which Edie orbits around the likes of Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Judy Garland and many more before departing as quickly as she came. No End in Sight: My Life as a Blind Iditarod Racer by Rick Steber and Rachel Scdoris Title: No End in Sight: My Life as a Blind Iditarod Racer Author: Rick Steber and Rachel Scdoris Publisher: St. Martins Press Pub. Date: 2006 Rights Available: World; sold in Japan No End in Sight

No End In Sight is the first-person story of a young sled dog racer who had to overcome an incredible obstacle to competeborn legally blind, Rachel grew up amid the taunts of classmates who made fun of her until her innate athletic talent gave her an arena in which to shine. Rachael was the youngest athlete ever to compete in a 500-mile sled dog race, but her dream goal was to participate in the sport's top competition: the Iditarod Trail International Sled Dog Race across the wilderness of Alaska. She faced stiff opposition from the organizers of the race because of her disability, but she never gave upand finally was allowed to compete with the help of a visual interpreter. No End In Sight is a story of athleticism and the grace that comes from working with animals. It is also a stirring memoir about how an unwavering inner compass can propel anyone to achieve even seemingly insurmountable goals. Praise "Rachael Scdoris is not one to walk away from a challenge. Shes already an accomplished musher, but it is her character and perseverance which are most exceptional.- The Frontiersman

People identify with Rachel. People see Rachel as a role model for those facing challenges in their own lives. -Mushing Magazine This memoir could have been one of those movie-of-the-week tearjerkers (something called Blind Determination, perhaps), but, thankfully, it is instead a straightforward recounting of the author's unique odyssey. The book is inspirational, but the inspiration comes not from preachy you-can-do-anything lectures, but from Scdoris herself, who surely proves that nothing is impossible. -Booklist Author Biography Rachael Scdoris is a dog sled racer who grew up in the Pacific Northwest. She participated in her first Iditarod sled race in 2005 and she became the first legally blind musher to finish the race in 2006. Rick Steber grew up running sled dogs, and is the author of a number of nonfiction books. They both live in

Oregon. The Kill Bill Diary: The Making of a Tarantino Classic as Seen Through the Eyes of a Screen Legend by David Carradine Title:The Kill Bill Diary: The Making of a Tarantino Classic as Seen Through the Eyes of a Screen Legend Author: David Carradine Publisher: HarperCollins Pub. Date 2006 Rights Available: Translation; British Commonwealth and Poland

The Kill Bill Diary David Carradine is Billthe complex, charismatic master assassin from the critically acclaimed, monstrously successful Kill Bill films. Throughout the filming of Quentin Tarantino's brilliant, violent epic, Carradine kept a daily diarycapturing all the action, the genius, the madness, and the magic that combined to make a masterpiece. More than simply an insider's close-up look at the filmmaking process and the astonishing cast and crewdirector Tarantino, star Uma Thurman, and all the other artists whose extraordinary skills helped create something gloriousThe Kill Bill Diary illuminates the fine points of the serious actor's craft, as a truly unique talent takes us along with him on a quirky, breathtaking, no-holds-barred, and altogether miraculous journey. It is a mustown volume for anyone who loves the movies. Praise Along with laying bare his personal deliberations, Carradine also provides an informative exploration of the world of filmmaking, from what it takes to shoot in China to how many (soon to be bloodied) shirts you need for a fight scene. -Publishers

Weekly in this mixture of autobiography, biography, and behind-the-scenes account, the director emerges as a rare and enigmatic talent and a true film genius. Despite the book's diary format, it is surprisingly fluid and graceful; Carradine is a stylish and witty writer.-Booklist Author Biography A longtime actor on stage and screen, David Carradine was the star of the classic television series Kung Fu. The author of three previous books and the maker of six popular instructional workout videos, Mr. Carradine lived in Los Angeles, California.

Survive: My Fight for Life in the High Sierras by Peter DeLeo Title: Survive: My Fight for Life in the High Sierras Author: Peter DeLeo Publisher: Robson Books Ltd Pub. Date: 2005 Rights Available: World Survive: My Fight for Life in the High Sierras When Peter DeLeo set out one Sunday morning on a sightseeing and photography trip over the central Sierra Nevada mountains in California, he had no idea that he would soon be fighting for his life with the odds stacked very much against him. DeLeo's single-engine

plane encountered turbulence, and he and his two passengers crashed in the mountains. Praise "It deserves its place in the canon of survival literature.- Publishers Weekly The saga of [DeLeos] heroism, along with the way it changed his life, makes for fascinating reading and is a testament to the dogged determination to live against all odds. For anyone interested in reallife adventure, coping with the natural world, or simply seeking a good read. - Library Journal Author Biography Peter DeLeo spent years recovering from his injuries before resuming his adventurous life. He has raced motorcycles

professionally, founded and run a software company, and now manages real estate. Since his plane crash, survival, and recovery, he has motorcycled from California to the South American Andes, a one-way eighteen-month trip of more than 30,000 miles. He now lives in Connecticut and hopes soon to fly around the world. Sundays on the Phone to Monday by Christine Reilly Title: Sundays on the Phone to Monday Author: Christine Reilly Publisher: Touchstone Pub Date: April, 2016 Rights Available: Spanish

Audio rights sold to Dreamscape for $14,000. Sundays on the Phone to Monday The Middlesteins meets The Virgin Suicides in this arresting family love story about the eccentric yet tightknit Simone family, coping with tragedy during 90s New York, struggling to reconnect with each other and heal. Claudio and Mathilde Simone, once romantic bohemians hopelessly enamored with each other, find themselves nestled in domesticity in New York, running a struggling vinyl record store and parenting three daughters as best they can: Natasha, an overachieving prodigy; sensitive Lucy, with her debilitating heart condition; and Carly, adopted from China and quietly fixated on her true origins. With prose that is as keen and illuminating as it is whimsical and

luminous, debut novelist Christine Reilly tells the unusual love story of this family. Poignant and humane, Sundays on the Phone to Monday is a deft exploration of the tender ties that bind families together, even as they threaten to tear them apart. Author Biography Christine Reilly lives in New York City. She has taught at Sarah Lawrence College, the Dalton School, and Collegiate School. She received her Bachelors degree from Bucknell University and her Masters degree in writing from Sarah Lawrence College. Sundays on the Phone to Monday is her first novel. David Lynch: The Man From Another Place

by Dennis Lim Title: David Lynch: The Man From Another Place Author: David Lim Publisher: New Harvest Published: November, 2015 Rights Available: Spanish David Lynch: The Man From Another Place David Lynch: The Man From Another Place, Dennis Lims remarkably smart and concise book, proposes several lenses through which to view Lynch and his work: trough the ageold mysteries of the uncanny and the sublime, through the creative energies of surrealism and postmodernism, through theories of dreams and of good and evil. Lynch himself often warns against over interpretation. And accordingly, this is not a book that seeks to decode his art or annotate his lifeto dispel the strangeness of the Lynchianso much as one that

offers complementary ways of seeing and understanding one of the most distinctive bodies of work in modern cinema. Its spirit is true to its subject, in remaining suggestive rather than definitive, in allowing what Lynch likes to call room to dream, and in honoring the allure of the unknown and the unknowable. Praise Reading Lims book feels like a visit to the Lynchian worldfull of dreamy grey space. Its transportive. Its thorough. Its workbut its worth it. Refinery29 The Man from Another Place is a very well written cinema-therapy session on the career of David Lynch, one of the few real auteurs left. His movies, obsessions, studio hassles, and personal life are all revealed in a smart, readable analysis by author Dennis Lim, who makes for the perfect film shrink. John Waters David Lynchs brilliance as an artist is further illuminated by the laser intelligence of Dennis Lims commentary. Packed with new ideas regarding this most enigmatic of American filmmakers and refreshingly free of jargon, DL on DL is a dazzling

performance. It is also a pleasure to read. J. Hoberman, co-author of Midnight Movies Author Biography Dennis Lim is the director of programming at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and a frequent contributor to the Arts & Leisure section of the New York Times. A former film editor and critic at the Village Voice, he is the author of The Village Voice Film Guide: 50 Years of Movies from Classics to Cult Hits (2009). Castle of Water by Dane Hucklebridge

Title: Castle of Water Author: Dane Hucklebridge Publisher: St. Martins Press Pub. 2016 Rights Available: Spanish Castle of Water Author Biography Dane Huckelbridge is the author of three books: Bourbon, One Nation Under Beer, and Hot Sauce Nation. He hails from the American Middle West and holds a degree in history from Princeton University. He is a cofounder of the international

arts and culture magazine GUTFIRE!, and his work has appeared in various magazines and journals, including Tin House, New Delta Review, and Pology Magazine. He divides his time between New York City and Paris. Fallen Land by Taylor Brown Fallen Land is Taylor Brown's debut novel set in the final year of the Civil War, as a young couple, Ava and Irish-born Callum, who flee on horseback from a dangerous band of marauders who seek a bounty reward. Dramatic and thrillingly written with an

uncanny eye for glimpses of beauty in a ravaged landscape, Fallen Land is a love story at its core, and an unusually assured first novel by award-winning young author Taylor Brown. Sold in France http://www.jfitzagency.com/book/fallenland/ St. Martins Press, 2016 Author Biography Taylor Brown was born on the Georgia coast. He is the author of In the Season of Blood & Gold and the recipient of a Montana Prize in Fiction, and a finalist for the Press 53 Open Awards, Machigonne Fiction Contest, and Doris Betts Fiction Prize. His work has been short-listed for Best

American Mystery Stories, and his short fiction has appeared in The Baltimore Review, The Coachella Review, Chautuaqua, The New Guard, CutBank, story South, Crimespree Magazine, and many others. His debut short story collection, In the Season of Blood &Gold, is available from Press 53; his novel Fallen Land is due out in 2016 with St. Martins Press, and has been sold to Editions Autrement in France. He lives in Wilmington, NC, and you can find him at www.taylorbrownfiction.com The Organ Broker by Stu Strumwasser The Organ Broker is the thrilling story of an underground black market organ dealer known as New York Jack. The death of a client and a newfound relationship lead to a crisis of conscience as he is forced to choose

between a two million dollar commission and participating in a murder. http://www.jfitzagency.com/book/the-organbroker/ Arcade Publishing; May, 2015 Contact: Linda Biagi [email protected] "...a real eye-opener."- Publishers Weekly "...an outstanding new novel...speaks loud and clear about a critical issue of our times."Mysterious Book Report Author Biography Stu Strumwasser was born in Queens and raised in Lynbrook, New

York. After graduating from Cornell University, he quickly became a successful businessman, working for several firms on Wall Street before founding Snow Beverages and serving as the companys CEO for six years. He is currently the cofounder and COO of Tengrade, a social rating tool. Strumwasser is also the drummer and songwriter for indie rock band Channeling Owen. This is his first published novel. Mozart in the Jungle: Sex, Drugs, and Classical Music by Blair Tindall An Amazon Original Television Series Mozart in the Jungle is now an Amazon television series starring Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal. In the tradition of Anthony Bourdains Kitchen Confidential and Gelsey Kirklands Dancing on My Grave, Mozart in the Jungle delves

into the lives of the musicians and conductors who inhabit the insular world of classical music. Oboist Blair Tindall recounts her decades-long professional career as a classical musicianfrom the recitals and Broadway orchestra performances to the secret life of musicians who survive hand to mouth in the backbiting New York classical music scene, where musicians trade sexual favors for plum jobs and assignments in orchestras across the city. http://www.jfitzagency.com/book/mozart-in-the-jungle-sex-drugs-an d-classical-music/ Atlantic Monthly Press; June 2005 Contact: Amy Hundley [email protected]

"It makes me agree all the more with Ms. Tindall that the business is in desperate need of some shaking up. -- The New York Times "A troubling report from the front lines by a freelance oboist turned journalist. -- LA Times Author Biography Journalist and oboist Blair Tindall writes about classical music for the New York Times and has performed with the New York philharmonic. She completed Mozart in the Jungle during a fellowship in 2004 at The Macdowell Colony in Peterborough, NH.

Wes Craven: The Man and His Nightmares by John Wooley The life and film genius of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream director Wes Craven. Wes Craven was one of the most successful and iconic horror movie directors in Hollywood. His masterful examination of the nightmarish nexus of dreams and reality helped spark a career that has spanned close to forty years. Then, with their mix of horror, sex, and

humor, Cravens Scream movies helped revitalize the slasher film genre. http://www.jfitzagency.com/book/we s-craven-the-man-and-his-nightmares "Wooley tells the stuff that Screams are made of, / richly exploring the deep intelligence, wit, edgy Wiley, March 2011 controversiality, and absolute terror that only Wes Craven brings to the screen." Ron Wolfe, coauthor of Old Fears and Death's Door Author Biography

John Wooley spent more than two decades as the horror-film writer for the Tulsa World and as a regular contributor to Fangoria Magazine. He co-authored The Big Book of Biker Flicks and the Forgotten Horror series, and his novels include Old Fears, which was optioned for film adaptation by Wes Craven. Dark Knight: Frank Miller, Batman, and the Superhero Movie by Ronin Ro In 1976, lanky 21-year-old Frank Miller arrived in Manhattan from Vermont and hoped to earn money to pay his rent. Within three years, he was the biggest star in comics and slowly moving the medium into the American Mainstream. This was only the beginning of his remarkable, and somewhat unbelievable true story. Miller went on to write Daredevil, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Robocop sequals, and he played a vital role in the creationof Tim Burton and Warner Brothers Batman film series, Sin City, 300, and many others. DARK KNIGHT will finally

present the story of Frank Millers Art, controversies, battles, downfall, redemption and -increasing influence on popular culture. New England Press, TBD Contact: Stephen Hull [email protected] Author Biography After penning a column for Dance Music Report magazine, Ronin Ro began a groundbreaking run in The Source. From here, Ro contributed to SPIN, Rolling Stone, VIBE, Rap Pages, XXL, Vanity Fair, Playboy, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, and more. The New York City-based Author then went on to write eight Books, including the

classic Have Gun Will Travel, the definitive Jack Kirby bio Tales to Astonish, Raising Hell (containing original interviews with Run-D.M.C. and others), Dr. Dre: The Biography. Bruised, Hurting, and Dirty: Confronting Catholicisms Worst Crisis in Five Centuries by Chris Lowney The Catholic Church is suffering its worst decline in five centuries, a precipitous slide that will turn catastrophic unless reversed by fundamental changes in strategy, culture, and leadership style. Chris Lowney, a former business executive who now chairs one of Catholicisms largest ministries, outlines the challenges and maps the path forward in Bruised, Hurting, and Dirty.

Rowan & Littlefield, TBD Contact: Clare Cox [email protected] Author Biography Chris Lowney is uniquely qualified to persuade minds about changing the Catholic Church. As a former Jesuit seminarian who is now chair of one of Americas largest hospital systems (Catholic Health Initiatives), he is deeply informed about the church. His recent

works include Pope Francis: Why He Leads the Way He Leads (Loyola Press,2013), Lowneys first book, Heroic Leadership: Best Practices from a 450-Year-Old Company that Changed the World (Loyola Press, 2003; paperback, 2005) Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs!: My Adventures in The Alice Cooper Group by Dennis Dunaway and Chris Hodenfeld As teenagers in Phoenix, Dennis Dunaway, bassist and co-songwriter for the Alice Cooper group, and lead

singer Vince Furnier (who would later change his name to Alice Cooper) formed a hard-knuckles band that played prisons, cowboy bars, and teens clubs. Their wild, impossible journey took them from Hollywood to the ferocious Detroit music scene, and along the way they discovered the utterly original performance style and look that would make them the stuff of legend. Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs! is a riveting account of the band's creation in the '60s, their strange glory in the '70s, and the legendary characters they met along the way. http://www.jfitzagency.com/book/snakes-guillotines-el ectric-chairs-my-adventures-in-the-alice-cooper-group/ Thomas Dunne Books; June, 2015

Contact: Kerry Nording [email protected] This book carries on in Dennis' own private surrealistic world." Alice Cooper "Dunaway's upbeat tone and flair for story-telling life this work a step above the average musical memoir. Recommended for music historians, children of the 1970's, and, of course, Cooper fans."Library Journal Author Biography Dennis Dunaway was the bass player, songwriter, and theatrical conceptionalist of Alice Cooper and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011. Their hit single "School's Out" was inducted

into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2015. Dennis continues writing songs, recording, and playing live concerts with Blue Coupe. Dennis lives with his wife, Cindy, in Connecticut. They have two daughters, Renee and Chelsea. Chris Hodenfield was a staff writer at Rolling Stone, Playboy, Sports Illustrated, and many other periodicals. He currently writes about music, film, and automobiles, and lives with his family of five in Connecticut. Escape From the Overworld by Danica Davidson Stevie is in for a big surprise while building his treehouse: hes first attacked by a creeper, and then must take on a group of zombies! The near miss has him feeling like the worst mob fighter in Minecraft, so when he finds a portal into a brandnew world, hes willing to take his chances. He steps out of a computer screen and into the room of a

sixth-grade girl Maison, whos a talented builder. Stevie is shocked by how different this world is, and Maison takes him under her wing. But soon the two friends learn zombies have also made their way out of the portal! More and more creatures are slipping out by the second, wreaking havoc on a world that has no idea how to handle zombies, creepers, giant spiders, and the like. Stevie and Maison must put their heads together and use their combined talents in order to push the zombies back into Minecraft, where they belong. As Stevie and Maisons worlds become more combined, their adventure becomes intense and even more frightening than they could have ever imagined. http://www.jfitzagency.com/book/escape-from-the-overworl d/

Sky Pony Press; January 2015 Contact: Linda Biagi [email protected] Attack on the Overworld by Danica Davidson Stevie and Maison have a great friendship where they travel back and forth between the Overworld and the human world. Maison has earned some fame for battling off the mobs at her school, but the attention has also brought about cyberbullies DestinyIsChoice123 and TheVampireDragon555, who have hacked her computer and discovered the portal! Now, through complex coding, the cyberbullies have turned the

Overworld into eternal night and unleashed a pack of zombies, allowing their griefing to reach a whole new level. Things become even worse when DestinyIsChoice123 and TheVampireDragon555 are bitten and turn into zombies themselves. Because theyre human and not Minecraft characters, they have all the powers of a zombie while retaining their intelligence, creating a new breed of zombies. TheVampireDragon555 is even able to control and rule over the zombies, letting him raise his own army. Stevie and Maison run for the village to warn everyone, but its too late: all the villagers have been turned into zombies. In the midst of the eternal night theyll have to

fight off zombies, and find supplies to make potions to save the villagers and the Overworld. Sky Pony Press, October 2015 Contact: Linda Biagi [email protected] Manga Art For Beginners: How to Create Your Own Manga Drawings by Danica Davidson and Melanie Westin With titles ranging from Attack on Titan to Pokmon, manga is a billion-dollar industry with millions of fans worldwide. Readers will love this step-by-step guide to drawing characters that resemble the Japanese comics and anime they love. In this book, fans can learn how to

draw their own manga characters and join in on the fun. Manga Art for Beginners explores the basics, like how to draw faces and eyes, and gradually shows how to get into more complex drawings. Readers will learn to draw the following character types in easy, detailed steps: Hero/Heroine Schoolboy/Schoolgirl Male and Female Ninja Butler/Maid Bishonen Gothic Lolita Shrine Maiden Magical Girl

Skyhorse Publishing, March 2016 Author Biography Danica Davidson is the author of Escape from the Overworld, Attack on the Overworld, and Manga Art for Beginners. She is a writer for MTV and the Onion who has been published in over fifty publications. She enjoys writing stories and comics, and playing video games with her friends. Anywhere Like Heaven: James Taylor by Mark Ribowsky He is, of course, the nearest thing to rock

royalty America can boast, such an imprimatur being far more amenable to men who boast literal royalty cred, with Sir preappended to their names. Perhaps no one who has ever dotted the popular music scape ever existed in anything quite like the yin and yang battle for a man's soul, and for as long a time, as has James Taylor, a man who cannot help from walking a tight boundary line quivering between fame and pity, advancing and retreating, genius and self abnegation.

Chicago Review Press; Spring 2016 Contact: Susan Schulman [email protected] Author Biography Mark Ribowsky is the author of twelve books, including Ain't Too Proud to Beg: The Troubled Lives and Enduring Soul of the Temptations and the New York Times Notable Book Dont Look Back: Satchel Paige in the Shadows of Baseball. He lives in Florida. Dreams to Remember

by Mark Ribowsky Otis Redding was only twenty-six, yet already the avatar of a new kind of soul music. The beating heart of Memphis-based Stax Records, he had risen to fame belting out gospel-flecked blues in stage performances that seemed to ignite not only a room but an entire generation. In this transformative work, New York Times Notable Book author Mark Ribowsky contextualizes his subject's short career within the larger cultural and social movements of the era, tracing the crooner's rise from preacher's son to a preacher of three-minute soul sermons. As a result, this requiem is one of great conquest but also grand

tragedy: a soul king of truth, a mortal man with an immortal voice and a pain in his heart. http://www.jfitzagency.com/book/dreams-to-re member/ Liveright; June 2015 Contact: Phil Marino [email protected] "Ribowsky...evokes the fire of Redding and his Memphis label, Stax Records, the cradle of Southern soul." New York Times "Excellent from start to finish, demanding a soundtrack of Stax hits as background listening." Kirkus Reviews

Author Biography Mark Ribowsky is the author of twelve books, including Anywhere Like Heaven: James Taylor, Ain't Too Proud to Beg: The Troubled Lives and Enduring Soul of the Temptations and the New York Times Notable Book Dont Look Back: Satchel Paige in the Shadows of Baseball. He lives in Florida. Im the Man by Scott Ian with Jon Wiederhorn Im the Man is the fastpaced, humorous, and revealing memoir from the man who co-founded Anthrax, the band that proved to the masses that

brutality and fun didnt have to be mutually exclusive. Ian tells his life story with a clear-eyed honesty that spares no one, least of all himself, and Along the way, recounts harrowing, hysterical tales from his long tour of duty in the world of hard rock. He witnesses the rise of Metallica, for which he had a front row seat. He parties with the late Dimebag Darrell while touring with Pantera and gets wild with Black Label Society frontman and longtime Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde. http://www.jfitzagency.com/book/im-the-man-t he-story-of-that-guy-from-anthrax/ DaCapo, October 2014

Contact: Isabelle Bleecker [email protected] Author Biography Scott Ian is the co-founder, guitarist, and chief lyricist of Anthrax and Stormtroopers of Death. He is a Yankees fan and lives with his wife outside of Los Angeles, California. Jon Wiederhorn is co-author of Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal and Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgenson. He is a senior writer at Revolver and a contributor to Guitar World, yahoo.com, eMusic, and Noisey.com. He Lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal by Jon Wiederhorn and Katherine Turman Louder than Hell features more than 250 interviews with some of the biggest bands in metal, including Black Sabbath, Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax, Slayer, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Spinal Tap, Pantera, White Zombie, Slipknot, and Twisted Sister; insights from industry insiders, family members, friends, scenesters, groupies, and journalists; and 48 pages of full-color photographs. http://www.jfitzagency.com/book/louderthan-hell-the-uncensored-unflinchingsaga-of-forty-years-of-metal-mayhem/

It Books, June 2013 Contact: Carolyn Bodkin [email protected] if you love metal, great stories, and music history told by the people who made it, thenLouder than Hell is a must-read.-- Alice Cooper Louder than Hell is an amazing gathering of different breeds of heavy metal rockers telling the tales metal fans want to hear. -- Tom Morello, Rage Against the Machine Author Biography

Louder Than Hell is the definitive oral history of heavy metal, crafted from more than four hundred interviews with icons of the genre from its inception to today, including Ozzy Osbourne, Eddie Van Halen, Tommy Lee, Lars Ulrich, Vince Neil, Axl Rose, Corey Taylor, Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor, Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, and Dimebag Darrell. From groundbreaking innovations such as the dawn of distortion and the birth of cookie monster vocals to amazing tales of destruction and wild sexcapades, Louder Than Hell is packed with raw, unflinching stories, eye-opening admissions, and the truth behind some of metal's wildest moments. Melanie: Look What Theyve Done To My Song, Ma by Melanie Safka Schekeyrk as told to Craig Harris

Introduction by Miley Cyrus. A musical love story that might have ended tragically, Melanies life is one overcoming obstacles the inspiring journey of a woman becoming empowered and an artist struggling against the machinery of the music industry. Now many years after her tremendous and powerful time in the spotlight, Melanie is back in the spotlight playing at folk festivals in the US and England, and collaborating with Miley Cyrus-one of her most avid enthusiasts. From candles at Woodstock to cell phones Down Under, the daughter of a jazz/blues singer shares her memories for the first time in Melanie: Look What They Done to My Song, Ma.

Hal Leonard; Spring 2016 Contact: Allison Hardacre [email protected] Author Biography Craig Harriss music-oriented feature articles and reviews (and photographs of musicians) have appeared in newspapers (Boston Globe, Boston Phoenix, and Village Voice), magazines (Sing Out, Global Rhythm, and Dirty Linen), and websites (allmusic.com). He is the author of The New Folk Music (1993), The Band: Pioneers of Americana Music (2014) and Heartbeat: The Magnificence of Native American Music (forthcoming, University of

Oklahoma Press) and a major contributor to Music Hound Folk Music: Essential Album Guide (1997) IN THE WORKS Ayahuasca: How I Met the Mother by Conor Creighton Illegal and extremely potent, Ayahuasca is not a drug to be taken lightly. How, then, did a plant brew, originally from the jungles of Peru and barely known beyond rural shamanic circles become so in vogue? In the last five years, general knowledge and usage of Ayahuasca has grown tremendously due to pop culture influence and recognition-heralded by celebrities and highlighted by Hollywood. Still on the outskirts of the public psyche, Ayahuasca is a fascinating enigma that brings together diverse groups of people from business professionals to hipsters. Ayahuasca dives into the history, uses and mind-bending, soul-expanding, vomit-inducing trips

of the mother drug. Author Biography Conor Creighton is an Irish writer and journalist who has written extensively on Ayahuasca for Vice magazine. He has spoken for The Huffington Post and is currently working on a film about the drug. He has written three books, and worked as a war correspondent in Afghanistan and Kosovo. Ted with Love by Jill Barber As an English poet, Ted Hughes was famous for his ability to beautifully weave together the written word using nature and animal savagery to represent deep emotion, complexity and beauty. Ted was equally notorious for his philandering nature and the suicides of two of his wives, most famously that

of Sylvia Plath. Both heralded and hated, Ted Hughes was a man of depth and intrigue. As the only woman ever to love and leave Ted Hughes on her own terms, Jill Barber brings the public a new view of the man. As his muse and lover she brought the brilliant writer back from the depths to go on to become the Poet Laureate of England. Author Biography Born in Australia, Jill Barber began her career under Rupert Murdoch at The Mail on Sunday. She has written for Time-Life Magazine, The Australian and The Australian Broadcasting Commission. Jill subsequently worked in publishing in England and worked closely with Jacque Cousteau. Jill began her four-year relationship with Ted Hughes while working at a PR agency. She has remained active in publishing and writing and currently lives in California. Bernard of Hollywood

by Susan Bernard This full color photographic history of the work of famed Hollywood photographer, Bruno Bernard, includes never before seen pieces. In Hollywoods golden era, there was one man that captured it all both in the studio and out in the public. Bruno Bernard brought many unknowns to fame, and his work could make or break the status of Hollywoods biggest names. The book has been put together by Brunos daughter Susan Bernard. Author Biography Susan is the author of Marilyn: Intimate Exposures and six previous books including the bestselling Bernard of Hollywoods Ultimate Pin-Up Book (Taschen 2003). Her work has been applauded by John Waters and Maria Shriver and have warrented events at the National Portrait Gallery Museum in London and The Palm Springs International Film Festival; The French version of Marilyn was launched with a gala hosted by Ralph Lauren.

Susan has worked as an actress starring in Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! , and co-starring with Orson Willes and Henry Fonda. She currently resides in Los Angeles. The Gauntlet by Stephen Cortinas In a boarding school for assassins live the Shadows a group of multi-ethnic children born and bred in a terrorist organization. Genetically altered to possess superhuman abilities, the Shadows are trained to do one thing, and one thing only kill. As they approach their preteen years, the Shadows have become so proficient at combat and killing that they soon find themselves entangled in the turmoil of the late 1960s, getting involved with political assassinations, the Cold War, the Vietnam war, and the Civil Rights movement. The only student to question the system is an acid-tongued and rebellious girl, whose special talents have always eclipsed even her peers. However, when morality begins to disrupt her willingness to continue life as a contract killer, she will not only be forced to battle the organization that created her,

but also classmates who are willing to do whatever it takes to stay alive in an environment that shows no mercy. The Shadows is an alternate reality of the 1960s filled with genetically modified creatures, futuristic weapons and superhuman abilities. The Shadows is bound to appeal to readers of The Hunger Games, Maze Runner and Enders Game. Author Biography Steven Cortinas is a screenwriter and actor in Los Angeles, California. He has co-written and directed several TV pilots, short films and one feature film American: The Interview (2011), The Problem Solver (2010) and Trash (2011), which co- starred Edwin Hodge (The Purge, Red Dawn, Chicago Fire), and Amelia Rose (Grimm, Hawaii 5-0.) By Eric Gregory

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