I am a book designer amongst other things. I've been designing covers for books for over a decade. I have designing the interiors to numerous book and magazines for Johns Hopkins University, various art museums, and a number of small-to-medium publishers, writers, and artists around the country. I'm particularly interested in working with people looking for someone with a conceptual bend to how they desire things to look — like the form should have some reflection of or additional commentary on the content included. As the husband of a farmer, projects in the realm of farming, flowers, food, sustainability, etc. are also of interest. I can also just make the prose of a novel look fantastic.
Thirty years ago, the United Nations created a vision for our common future: one Earth, where we could all live together without damaging the planet for future generations. In this short-fiction anthology, ten authors look another thirty years into the future, giving their perspectives regarding how we might—or might not—adapt to the changes around us in the year 2047.As citizens on this blue ... read more
Although published on the occasion of its related exhibition, neither is a traditional exhibition catalog. Green Acres, which is far more comprehensive than its related exhibition, grounds this forty-year survey in this subject s rich history. Green Acres the exhibition features works by only twenty-four artists, yet the book discusses related projects by nearly 240 international artists and a... read more
NEVER STRUGGLE TO EXPLAIN "SENSORY" AGAINWhether you are a parent, educator, caregiver, or therapist, this easy-to-read guide is your starting point to gain a better understanding of sensory processing and the body's sensory systems. You may have heard of Sensory Processing Disorder, but this book is designed to help all children - not just those with a sensory disorder. The truth is that supp... read more
Once referred to derisively as "vanity publishing," self-published books are finally taking their place alongside moreaccepted indie categories such as music, film, and theater. Indie Publishing is a practical guide to creating and distributing printed books regardless of your background, skill set, or ambition. It will help you realize projects of every scale and budget, from the traditional ... read more
Sexy Librarian introduces us to Audrey Reed, a New York artist who trades her hip urban life for a job at a small public library in Minnesota. Away from the frenetic art world, Audrey hopes to find herself, and with the help of some hard words and hot nig
This volume provides insights into the teaching and learning practices and experiences of diversity educators and their students. College-level teachers from such disciplines as biology, social work, sex education, communication, political science, English literature, and criminology share their general philosophy of teaching and the challenges they face in the classroom. This unique book inte... read more
Here It Is . . . The Answer to Too Much Soul-Searching Humorist and Jewish atheist history professor Fred Singer and his Catholic theologian wife Becky have been arguing over Life’s Big Questions during their thirty theologically stormy years of marriage. Now Fred has put it all together in this imaginative, offbeat, yet thoughtful and endearing tribute to love and man’s search for answers. Fr... read more
Separately, love and business are two of life’s greatest challenges. What happens when you weave them together? The possibilities run the gamut from bliss to disaster. In Sleeping with Your Business Partner, this husband-and-wife 'co-preneur' team argues that the key to success in both is learning how to communicate properly.Through discussion, interviews with real-life 'co-preneurs', and inte... read more
In a fun, fast, accessible format--Manager Mechanics serves as both "mentor" and guide for newly minted managers who find themselves confronted with a wide-range of questions from how to hire and fire, to how to manage friends and balance budgets. Manager Mechanics comes to the rescue by giving first-timers the practical knowledge and political insights they need to perform successfully in the... read more
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Jeff is an Art Director from NYC. He specializes in the Fantasy, YA, and Sci-Fi genre. Known for creating cover for Snow Like Ashes series.
I am a professional graphic designer with 8+ years experience designing children's and non-fiction books full time for publishing houses.