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  • Just My Typeby Simon Garfield

    Profile Books 2010; US$ 13.31

    Just My Type is not just a font book, but a book of stories. About how Helvetica and Comic Sans took over the world. About why Barack Obama opted for Gotham, while Amy Winehouse found her soul in 30s Art Deco. About the great originators of type, from Baskerville to Zapf, or people like Neville Brody who threw out the rulebook, or Margaret Calvert,... more...

  • On The Mapby Simon Garfield

    Profile Books 2012; US$ 9.31

    Maps fascinate us. They chart our understanding of the world and they log our progress, but above all they tell our stories. From the early sketches of philosophers and explorers through to Google Maps and beyond, Simon Garfield examines how maps both relate and realign our history. With a historical sweep ranging from Ptolemy to Twitter,... more...

  • The Wrestlingby Simon Garfield

    Faber & Faber 2013; US$ 11.65

    This is a book about Kendo Nagasaki, Mick McManus, Les Kellett, Klondyke Kate and Dr Death - men and women who used to fight each other every night for pride and money. Margaret Thatcher once wrote adoringly to Big Daddy, and Frank Sinatra told Giant Haystacks that British wrestlers were the best entertainers in the world. The Duke of Edinburgh... more...

  • To the Letterby Simon Garfield

    Penguin Group US 2013; US$ 12.99

    The New York Times bestselling author of Just My Type and On the Map offers an ode to letter writing and its possible salvation in the digital age. Few things are as exciting?and potentially life-changing?as discovering an old letter. And while etiquette books still extol the practice, letter writing seems to be disappearing amid a flurry... more...

  • Mauveby Simon Garfield

    Faber & Faber 2013; US$ 11.65

    Mauve is the beguiling story of a man who invented a colour, and in the process transformed the world around him. Before 1856, artificial colour was derived with difficulty and at enormous expense from animals, minerals or plants. But in 1856 a chemist called William Perkin found a way of making colour from coal. Perkin found mauve by chance,... more...

  • To the Letterby Simon Garfield

    Canongate Books 2013; US$ 15.82

    To the Letter tells the story of our remarkable journey through the mail. From Roman wood chips discovered near Hadrian's Wall to the wonders and terrors of email, Simon Garfield explores how we have written to each other over the centuries and what our letters reveal about our lives. Along the way he delves into the great correspondences of our time,... more...

  • The Error Worldby Simon Garfield

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2009; US$ 14.99

    From the author of Mauve, an obsessively readable memoir that brings the mania for stamp collecting to life From the Penny Red to the Blue Mauritius, generations of collectors have been drawn to the mystique of rare stamps. Once a widespread pastime of schoolboys, philately has increasingly become the province of older men obsessed with the shrewd... more...

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