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A comedic "Choose Your Own Adventure"-style book that lets you control Jesus Christ during Bible times. Danger! Sex! Demons! Fun!
The second volume of the popular illustrated manual of Japanese monsters, ghosts, and demons. Fully illustrated, over 100 paintings!
DAY JOB is a print magazine that explores modern work culture through the personal pursuits and values of people around the world.
ZigZag City Guides are travel guides for kids (ages 5 and up) designed to help children engage with their surroundings.
You can enhance your design and creative problem solving skills. Four years of study at Stanford's design school in one read.
We're building the first issues of The Brooklyn Quarterly, a digital magazine of literature and public ideas, from the ground up.
Discover NYC films playing outside the multiplex and under the radar. Daily event listings, curated coverage, original essays.
An uncommon guide for travelers with more time than money.
Turning the poems from my collection of illustrated children's poetry into an audio book with the help of one terrific young lady.
The Monster Book is a compilation of 26 linoleum block prints: a monster for every letter of the alphabet—each with it's own unique short story.
My goal is to make a mountain bike guide book that is functional, beautiful, and goes far beyond the quality one expects.
Everyone has bad days and the one thing that never fails to cheer people up is pics of silly cats. Book of 100+ cats to make you smile
Michael Crowe and Lenka Clayton are writing a personal, hand-written letter to every household in the world.
Tu Publishing will publish fantasy and science fiction for children and young adults, emphasizing multicultural characters and settings.
Grow Northwest is a free magazine focusing on local food, farms and practical living in northwest Washington.
My discovery of a 1976 Apple computer in a storage auction and how it may have been Steve Jobs 1st sale of an Apple to an individual.
Hop in the Saddle is a guide to Portland's craft beer scene, by bike.
Archipelago Books needs your support to publish a hardcover edition of MY STRUGGLE: BOOK ONE by Karl Ove Knausgaard!
Editor Steph Routh and 23 co-contributors bring you ideas and stories on moving by bike, all from veteran bike movers.
A picture book for kids drawn in permanent marker. Help bring the adventure to life in glorious black and white!
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