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Paul By Maher Anous
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A young apprentice physician from the United States is offered the opportunity to train in Paris with the originator and dominating authority of a special field of plastic surgery dealing with... More > anomalies of the skull, orbits and facial bones. Through the notes of the trainee, we discover the very unique world of the wizard.< Less
Empty Phantoms: Interviews and Encounters with Jack Kerouac By Paul Maher Jr.
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Empty Phantoms: Collected Interviews with Jack Kerouac gathers together, for the first time in one volume, all known printed, recorded, and filmed interviews—including those celebrated,... More > infamous, or obscure—with the acclaimed American writer and father of the Beats, Jack Kerouac. In many instances, the interviews are transcribed from original tapes and are either unabridged, like the famous "Paris Review" interview in which the journal was excised for space constraints, or unexpurgated, such as in the infamous Northport Library interview, which had been edited to avoid issues of libel and charges of anti-Semitism. Editor Paul Maher, one of the leading young lions of Kerouac scholarship, has scoured newspapers to glean interviews unseen for decades. Beyond his own works, this living portrait of Kerouac isn't available anywhere else.< Less
Windshield Diamonds: A Few Words with Tom Waits By Paul Maher Jr.
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Culled from dozens of interviews given by Tom Waits, this collection highlights the musical film and theatrical achievements of one of America’s most unique and influential songwriters.... More > Windshield Diamonds brings the reader from the earliest years of Tom Waits’ music career until the advent of a new force of music forged uniquely by Waits.< Less
Empty Phantoms: Interviews and Encounters with Jack Kerouac By Paul Maher Jr.
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Empty Phantoms: Collected Interviews with Jack Kerouac gathers together, for the first time in one volume, all known printed, recorded, and filmed interviews—including those celebrated,... More > infamous, or obscure—with the acclaimed American writer and father of the Beats, Jack Kerouac. In many instances, the interviews are transcribed from original tapes and are either unabridged, like the famous "Paris Review" interview in which the journal was excised for space constraints, or unexpurgated, such as in the infamous Northport Library interview, which had been edited to avoid issues of libel and charges of anti-Semitism. Editor Paul Maher, one of the leading young lions of Kerouac scholarship, has scoured newspapers to glean interviews unseen for decades. Beyond his own works, this living portrait of Kerouac isn't available anywhere else.< Less
One Big Soul: An Oral History of Terrence Malick - 3rd Edition By Paul Maher Jr.
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Having won the Palme D’or at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for his fifth film feature, The Tree of Life, film writer and director Terrence Malick has become one of the most intriguing of cinema... More > personalities. Now in its 3rd edition, ONE BIG SOUL: AN ORAL HISTORY OF TERRENCE MALICK is the first ever full-length oral biography of the mysterious director of Badlands, Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line, The New World, The Tree of Life and To the Wonder and more. The cinematic world of Terrence Malick is explored by those that have known, worked with or experienced Terrence Malick’s private universe up close and personal. Using previously published interviews and articles, as well as material researched by the author, ONE BIG SOUL: AN ORAL HISTORY OF TERRENCE MALICK promises to be an instantly readable and informative account of one of the world’s most reclusive and enigmatic filmmakers. Now including five interviews with Terrence Malick never-before collected into one volume.< Less
One Big Soul: An Oral History of Terrence Malick By Paul Maher Jr.
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Having won the Palme D’or at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for his fifth film feature, The Tree of Life, film writer and director Terrence Malick has become one of the most intriguing of cinema... More > personalities. Now in its 3rd edition, ONE BIG SOUL: AN ORAL HISTORY OF TERRENCE MALICK is the first ever full-length oral biography of the mysterious director of Badlands, Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line, The New World, The Tree of Life, To the Wonder and Knight of Cups. The cinematic world of Terrence Malick is explored by those that have known, worked with or experienced Terrence Malick’s private universe up close and personal. Using previously published interviews and articles, as well as material researched by the author, ONE BIG SOUL: AN ORAL HISTORY OF TERRENCE MALICK promises to be an instantly readable and informative account of one of the world’s most reclusive and enigmatic filmmakers. Now including five interviews with Terrence Malick never-before collected into one volume.< Less
Empty Phantoms - Interviews and Encounters With Jack Kerouac (Expanded & Revised) By Paul Maher Jr.
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Empty Phantoms: Collected Interviews with Jack Kerouac (Expanded & Revised) gathers together all known printed, recorded, and filmed interviews—including those celebrated, infamous, or... More > obscure—with the acclaimed American writer, Jack Kerouac. In many instances, the interviews are transcribed from original tapes and are either unabridged, like the famous "Paris Review" or unexpurgated, such as the Northport Library interview. Although many top-notch journalists, from Mike Wallace to William F. Buckley, conducted the interviews, it is Kerouac who dominates the proceedings, with his energy, wit, passion, anger, astute insights, playfulness, literary integrity, and searching spirituality. Best of all, the interviews are replete with Kerouacisms like "walking on water wasn't built in a day, wisdom is heartless," and "pity dogs and forgive men," which have been a cherished aspect of Kerouac's literature. Beyond his own works, this living portrait of Kerouac isn't available anywhere else.< Less
Love That Loves Us: Reflections on the Films of Terrence Malick By Paul Maher Jr., Caitlin Stuart
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In Love that Loves Us: Reflections On the Films of Terrence Malick. writer Paul Maher Jr. (One Big Soul: An Oral History of Terrence Malick (2014)) and writer/actor/film director Caitlin Stuart (All... More > the Beautiful Things In the World (2014) & Amore (2015)) reflect and explore their impressions of the first six films of American film director Terrence Malick. Using love as their guideline, each essay delineates and creatively expounds upon various elements and motifs found in Badlands (1973), Days of Heaven (1978), The Thin Red Line (1998), The New World (2005), The Tree of Life (2011) and To the Wonder (2013).< Less
Burning Furiously Beautiful: The True Story of Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" By Stephanie Nikolopoulos, Paul Maher Jr.
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Fueled by coffee and pea soup, Jack Kerouac speed-typed "On the Road" in just three weeks in April 1951. He’d been traveling America for the past ten years and now, at last, the... More > furious energy of his experiences flowed through his fingertips in a mad rush, pealing forth on a makeshift scroll that he laboriously taped together. The "On the Road scroll" has since become literary legend, and now "Burning Furiously Beautiful" sets the record straight, uncovering, among other things, the true story behind one of America’s greatest novels. "Burning Furiously Beautiful" explores the real lives of the key characters of the novel. Ride along on the real-life adventures through 1940s America that inspired "On the Road." By tracing the evolution of Kerouac’s literary development and revealing his startlingly original writing style, this book explains how it took years—not weeks—to ultimately write the seemingly sporadic 1957 novel, "On the Road."< Less
THE MAINE WOODS By Henry David Thoreau
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Posthumously published in 1864, The Maine Woods collects three separate essays (formerly lectures) written and edited by American author, Henry David Thoreau. Rustic, raw and soberly aware of a... More > vanishing American wilderness, Thoreau takes on environmentalism, Native America and natural history. This book, the third in a planned series of twenty-five, will comprise upon completion the entire collected writings of Henry David Thoreau in an affordable edition.< Less