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release date: Dec 16, 2017
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The Shadow Over Deathlehem: An Anthology of Holiday Horrors for Charity
O little town of Deathlehem, Within you death doth lie! Beneath thy deep and rutted streets Tormented souls do cry. Yet in your dark streets shineth A cold and ghostly light. The fears and tears of all the years Are met in thee tonight. Well, here we are again, folks — Deathlehem … … where Krampus isn't the only creature to fear when the holiday draws near… … where holiday treats aren't safe to eat … … where not even the apocalypse will keep people from celebrating the holiday … … where even Chanukah isn't safe to celebrate … Twenty-five more tales of holiday horror to benefit The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
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release date: Mar 01, 2015
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The Curious Mister Catesby: A "Truly Ingenious" Naturalist Explores New Worlds (Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book Ser.)

In 1712, English naturalist Mark Catesby (1683–1749) crossed the Atlantic to Virginia. After a seven-year stay, he returned to England with paintings of plants and animals he had studied. They sufficiently impressed other naturalists that in 1722 several Fellows of the Royal Society sponsored his return to North America. There Catesby cataloged the flora and fauna of the Carolinas and the Bahamas by gathering seeds and specimens, compiling notes, and making watercolor sketches. Going home to England after five years, he began the twenty-year task of writing, etching, and publishing his monumental The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands.

Mark Catesby was a man of exceptional courage and determination combined with insatiable curiosity and multiple talents. Nevertheless no portrait of him is known. The international contributors to this volume review Catesby’s biography alongside the historical and scientific significance of his work. Ultimately, this lavishly illustrated volume advances knowledge of Catesby’s explorations, collections, artwork, and publications in order to reassess his importance within the pantheon of early naturalists.

Contributors: Kraig Adler, Aaron M. Bauer, Janet Browne, David J. Elliott, W. Hardy Eshbaugh, Kay Etheridge, Stephen A. Harris, Valerie Herbert, Suzanne Linder Hurley, C. E. Jarvis, Shepard Krech III, Mark Laird, Henrietta McBurney, Judith Magee, Sarah Meacham, Cynthia P. Neal, Charles Nelson, Leslie K. Overstreet, Florence F. J. M. Pieters, Ghillean T. Prance, Diana Preston, Michael Preston, Karen Reeds, James L. Reveal, Robert Robertson, Marcus B. Simpson, Jr.

release date: Jul 17, 2007
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Day's End
Day's End is the second monograph of the work of Mark L. Eshbaugh, offering a comprehensive selection of the early landscape photographs that launched his career. Using a unique camera Mark's images are works of art that incorporate the medium they're composed in. The fractured imagery reminds us of the limitations of the medium and the limitations of our own memories. His unique toning of silver gelatin prints demonstrates his mastery of the medium with his timeless images. Essays by Mark and John Tremblay give context and history to the photographs.
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