Books for Sale

  • Remediation: Understanding New Media
    Written for media junkies, this trade paperback (including color photographs) from MIT Press makes the argument that new media borrows quite a bit from old media. ($4) plus shipping.
  • The Graphic Work of M.C. Escher
    Taschen GMBH publishers celebrated its 25th anniversary by reissuing these 76 M.C. Escher prints in a single book in 2008. Did you forget to save the posters from your dorm room in the 1970s? Now you can relive that decor for only $6 (plus shipping) while playing music of J.S. Bach.
  • The Arts and Crafts Movement
    This hardback with dust jacket from Chartwell Books (1995) looks at this movement through the lens of architecture, glass, ceramics, metalwork. Lots and lots of color photographs. The Arts and Crafts movement grew from those who "deplore the ugliness of mass-produced goods made from cheap materials on the assembly line." Don't we all? ($6) plus shipping. ISBN 0-7858-0456-0 SOLD
  • Edward Hopper and the American Imagination
    A hardback collection of fiction and poetry from writers who have found inspiration in Hopper's work. Includes works by Paul Auster, Ann Beattie, Tess Gallagher, Walter Mosley, Leonard Michaels, and James Salter. W.W. Norton ($6) plus shipping. SOLD
  • Down & Outbound: A Mass Transit Satire by Murray Browne
    This episodic work of fiction was designed specifically for mass transit riders ($11) plus shipping.
  • McLuhan on the Nature of Media: Essays, 1952-1978
    Edited and compiled by Richard Cavell, this collection of essays (in hardback) is perfect for McLuhan junkies ($20). ISBN 978-1-58423-582-8
  • Seurat by Richard Thomson
    Although this 1985 Phaidon Press Limited edition is in softcover has 225 illustrations with 60 in color on fine stock paper. ($10) + shipping. ISBN 0714826758
  • Songbook by Nick Hornby (signed)
    This is a 2002 first edition of Nick Hornby's brief essays about the music he loves. Includes the accompanying CD ($50) plus S & H. The book is signed by Hornby and inscribed as well.
  • Juliet, Naked by Nick Hornby (signed)
    This 2010 paperback is signed by the author.($15) Plus shipping
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