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Kitchen Sink Press: The First 25 Years (Kitchen Sink Comic Art Reference Series ; No. 1)

Kitchen Sink Press: The First 25 Years (Kitchen Sink Comic Art Reference Series ; No. 1)

KITCHEN SINK PRESS: The FIRST 25 YEARS by Dave Schreiner. Heavily illustrated history of first quarter century of the innovative and pioneering publishing company. The late author Dave Schreiner, a longtime editor at KSP, speaks from an insider s viewpoint. The chronology begins in the late 60s, during the birth of underground comix, when founder Denis Kitchen self-published Mom s Homemade Comics. KSP soon produced such venerable anthology series... more

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Jack Ruby's Kitchen Sink : Offbeat Travels Through America's Southwest

Jack Ruby's Kitchen Sink : Offbeat Travels Through America's Southwest

A portrait of the American Southwest captures the unique quality and characteristics of the region as it covers such themes as tierra, art, violence, and food, religion, and politics..... more

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The R. Crumb Coffee Table Art Book (Kitchen Sink Press Book for Back Bay Books)

The R. Crumb Coffee Table Art Book (Kitchen Sink Press Book for Back Bay Books)

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Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light: The Private Writings of the Saint of Calcutta

Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light: The Private Writings of the Saint of Calcutta

“If I ever become a Saint–I will surely be one of “darkness.” I will continually be absent from Heaven–to light the light of those in darkness on earth.”–Mother Teresa of CalcuttaDuring her lifelong service to the poorest of the poor, Mother Teresa became an icon of compassion to people of all religions; her extraordinary contributions to the care of the sick, the dying, and thousands of others nobody else was prepared to look after... more

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Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art by McCloud, Scott [1993]

Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art by McCloud, Scott [1993]

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Down the Kitchen Sink

Down the Kitchen Sink

Down the Kitchen Sink has much in common with its famous predecessor, Down the Garden Path, in which Beverley Nichols described his early forays into the realm of gardening. When he began to write the first, he could not prune a rose. When he began to write the second, he could not boil an egg. Perhaps this is why both books remain fresh and eminently readable. The phrase 'kitchen sink' may suggest squalor and disillusionment, but Beverley Nichol... more

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The Daily Show (The Book): An Oral History as Told by Jon Stewart, the Correspondents, Staff and Guests

The Daily Show (The Book): An Oral History as Told by Jon Stewart, the Correspondents, Staff and Guests

The complete, uncensored history of the award-winning The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, as told by its correspondents, writers, and host. For almost seventeen years, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart brilliantly redefined the borders between television comedy, political satire, and opinionated news coverage. It launched the careers of some of today's most significant comedians, highlighted the hypocrisies of the powerful, and garnered 23 Emmys. Now ... more

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The Kitchen Sink: New and Selected Poems, 1972-2007

The Kitchen Sink: New and Selected Poems, 1972-2007

Now in paperback, the career-spanning retrospective by Albert Goldbarth, the only poet to have won the National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry twice Now his, the onlyoverhead turned on. Now nothing else existed:only him, and the book, and the light thrown over his shouldersas luxuriously as a cashmere shawl. ―from "Shawl"Albert Goldbarth has created an unmistakable signat... more

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Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art

Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art

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Kitchen Sink Realisms: Domestic Labor, Dining, and Drama in American Theatre (Studies Theatre Hist & Culture)

Kitchen Sink Realisms: Domestic Labor, Dining, and Drama in American Theatre (Studies Theatre Hist & Culture)

From 1918’s Tickless Time through Waiting for Lefty, Death of a Salesman, A Streetcar Named Desire, A Raisin in the Sun, and The Prisoner of Second Avenue to 2005’s The Clean House, domestic labor has figured largely on American stages. No dramatic genre has done more than the one often dismissively dubbed “kitchen sink realism” to both support and contest the idea that the home is naturally women’s sphere. But there is more to the genr... more

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