The Where, The Why, and the How illustrations

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in New Illustration on Thursday 14 February 2013

Why do we blush? Do rogue waves really exist? Can evolution outpace climate change? All these answers and more can be found in The Where, the Why, and the How: 75 Artists Illustrate Wondrous Mysteries of Science. This beautifully illustrated book will answer all your most nagging questions while simultaneously bringing a smile to your […]

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North End of the World: a book by Dave Hunsaker

Kevin T. Stein Reader Find

By Kevin T. Stein in New Products on Thursday 19 July 2012

Other than reading the classics adapted to comic books – you know the ones, where Romeo jumps from a rooftop with flaming sword into Juliette’s mandroid-guarded sleep chamber – the odds of finding much in graphic novels that could be considered anything other than ‘sordid’ is pretty slim (not impossible, just slim). Acclaimed visual and […]

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A Deer, a Puppy, and an Old Man: audiobook by dAVE inden

dAVE inden Reader Find

By dAVE inden in New Art on Wednesday 27 June 2012

I have just released a new audiobook titled A Deer, A Puppy, and An Old Man. It is a collection of three of my stories recorded in my own voice. They are uniquely bizarre and meant to be an eclectic collection to wrap your brain around. Only $3 for a download of all three of […]

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The Secret of Macarons by José Maréechal

Linnea Vestre Reader Find

By Linnea Vestre in New Products on Wednesday 20 June 2012

Have you ever tried to make macarons, failed completely, and sworn to yourself that you will never try to do such a foolish thing again? I did. Then I found this book, and every little page was another surprise. Every step is described carefully and, if read thoroughly and followed carefully, they are a foolproof […]

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Locked In by Kerry Wilkinson

Garry Cook Reader Find

By Garry Cook in New Products on Monday 22 August 2011

It was a shock to discover that there is a journalist called Garry with two ‘r’s who is integral to the story of Locked In. I’m a journalist called Garry. Is it me? Coincidence or not, Locked In is a self-published sensation: a detective novel which has defied the odds to climb its way up […]

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