Kim provides a wide range of graphic design services to support authors and publishers—from book and website design to the development of identity programs and the implementation of marketing campaigns. She has extensive experience working with different types of authors, and she is well-known for her rare combination of creativity, strategic thinking, integrity, and a great sense of humor. Highly professional and easy to work with!
Kim has delivered award-winning solutions in visual communications for a wide range of clients including Fortune 500 corporations, start-up firms, nonprofit organizations, artists, authors, and publishing companies. She frequently teams up with marketing strategists, writers, web developers, photographers, and illustrators to produce unique materials with grab-attention-and-get-you-noticed impact. Since Kim’s primary objective is helping her clients reach their goals, she consistently develops innovative graphic design that significantly contributes to her clients’ impressive success.
From the exciting world of newsrooms and courtrooms, to the peaceful solitude of rustic cabins and Gulf Coast beaches, Brad Stutzman shares insights and perspectives gleaned from more than 30 years as a newspaper reporter and editor. These reflections span the comic to the tragic, examining both topical issues and timeless questions. Included are award-winning columns, recognized by the Texas ... read more
The Patterer is a hilarious romp through jolly old England. It imagines what today s TV news would have looked like if it had been invented by a smart-aleck news guy back in the days of Charles Dickens.It's London, 1765. Leeds Merriweather is scratching out a living as a common street performer, a patterer, using his wit and storytelling skills to sell newspapers and all manner of literature. ... read more
John Kelso has been writing a humor column for the Austin American-Statesman for more than thirty years. Confessions of a Professional Smart-Ass is about the people, places and things he's found over three decades that help (as the saying goes)Keep Austin Weird.
If success breeds contempt and adversity builds character, the life of Hunter Riley should be a springboard of inspiration to everyone treading water in the shallow end of the talent pool.Hunter has been working his way down the ladder of success from nightly news anchor in the country’s largest television market until he finds himself running the pathetic small town newsroom at KDOA-TV in Bak... read more
How can our sacred institutions preserve tradition while retaining the flexibility to accommodate modern life? And how do you fold that theme into a lively kids' book? Almost a Minyan, the latest offering from Austin's Sociosights Press, brings children into the world of a loving daughter and granddaughter whose family stays connected to each other and to the past through sacred ritual. The bo... read more
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I love books... and over the last 30 years I've been lucky enough to be designing them for many of the major publishing houses
Over 20 years of experience in design and print, I worked for over a decade at Penguin Books, London, working on a variety of genres.