The New Collectible Art Photography
by Eyemazing Susan
Thames & Hudson Publishers

p. 244  Katia Chausheva

I pre-ordered this publication in the beginning of Summer, mainly because someone dear to me is in the book.  It arrived today a month ahead of schedule.  I'm so taken back by the enormity of it, 544 pages of art at its very finest and rarity.  
This book is a collection of a decade of exceptional and utterly unique photography featured in EYEMAZING magazine an international quarterly that began in 2003.

It's available on Amazon

A quote inside it's covers ~ 

"Like fireflies they are!
I cling to them and feel being lifted.
I am holding my breath, not feeling the floor.
Not feeling attached anymore... where do I go?"

--Kamil Vojnar

Bukowski Anthology

Thanks to Silver Birch Press Bukowski Anthology contributors Harry Calhoun (who suggested the idea) and S.A. Griffin (who found a way to make it happen), and Jessica Wilson (who is making it happen), the Silver Birch Press Bukowski Anthology launch party at Skylight Books in Los Angeles will be available for radio listeners at this link:
Tune in at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 22 (Pacific Daylight Time) or tune in later and access the recording.
We are honored that the launch party at Skylight Books will feature readings from the collection by S.A. Griffin, Joan Jobe Smith, and Fred Voss.  For mini bios of our esteemed performers, visit Skylight Books.

WHAT: Silver Birch Press BUKOWSKI ANTHOLOGY launch party and readings from the collection
WHO: S.A. Griffin, Joan Jobe Smith, and Fred Voss
WHERE: Skylight Books, 1818 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA, 90027, 323-660-1175
WHEN: Sunday, September 22, 2013, 5 p.m.
If you live in the area, we hope to see you there! If you live outside the area, we hope you’ll tune in.
Cover art by Mark Erickson and Katy Zartl


 A family album so worth looking into and how can you resist Aunt Maggie and her magical orbs?

"Produced  as a collaborative family effort by celebrated photographers Emmet and  Elijah Gowin, and with a text by Edith Gowin, Maggie brings together two  generations to honor a beloved, elderly aunt, 98 year-old Margaret  Cooper."—the publisher

Photographs by Emmet and Elijah Gowin. Introduction  by Edith Gowin.                                                                                                                                                                            
Tin Roof Press,    Kansas City, 2008. 56    pp.,  24 tritone and color illustrations.,  11¼x10".