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- Lexington Books 2013; US$ 79.99
Designer Biology: The Ethics of Intensively Engineering Biological and Ecological Systems consists of thirteen chapters (twelve of them original to the collection) that address the ethical issues raised by technological intervention and design across a broad range of biological and ecological systems. Among the technologies addressed are geoengineering,... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2012; US$ 12.77
'The whole point of a race is to find a winner... I chose to race, so I chose to win.' For 14 years between 1965 and 1978, cyclist Edouard Louis Joseph Merckx simply devoured his rivals, their hopes and their careers. His legacy resides as much in the careers he ruined as the 445 victories - including five Tour de France wins and... more...
- Pocket Essentials 2006; US$ 7.99
But Crumb isn't just a great cartoonist. He is a great writer as well. His sardonic view of the world is literary and sophisticated, and in his introductions to books and anthologies, as well as in his letters and other writings, Crumb is revealed as a writer with a style as distinctive as his cartoons and with a comic timing just as finely honed.... more...
- M P Publishing 2005; US$ 3.99
In her first novel since the acclaimed memoir 'The Toaster Broke, So We?re Getting Married', Pamela Holm brings us a poignant, funny story about monogamy, motherhood, and the wonders of gardening. Dawn, an exterminator by day and an artist by night, and her charmingly morbid nine-year-old daughter, Jewel, find themselves with a room to rent out when... more...
- M P Publishing 2002; US$ 4.99
'The Toaster Broke, So We?re Getting Married' is a bitingly funny look at contemporary ritual and romance. The book is a memoir structured around the planning of a wedding, told by someone who was surprised to even care. The story follows the varying tasks involved: the search for a elusive dress, finding 'our' song, agreeing on a guest list, exploring... more...
- Milkweed Editions 2010; US$ 15.00
Bill Holm is one of a kind. A Minnesotan of Icelandic ancestry, his travels have taken him all over the world, providing the material for a number of rich and memorable books. In The Windows of Brimnes, Holm travels to Brimnes, his fisherman?s cottage on the shore of a creek in northern Iceland. From there, he considers the fate of America ? "my... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 1982; US$ 135.00
This volume is about the Anglophone creoles to be found on the Caribbean coast of Central America (Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama), and its offshore islands (Providencia, San Andrés and the Caymans) . The study of these Anglophone varieties is comparatively recent and based on current field work from Belize to Panama. One of the interesting... more...
- Oldcastle Books 2010; US$ 11.65
Just what is 'independent' cinema? D. K. Holm aims to define a term all too carelessly used both by media commentators and marketers, and distinguish it from categories such as avant-garde, underground, experimental or 'art' films, with which it is often confused. By contrasting studio-era Hollywood with changes in the business since the 1970s, and... more...