I'm a cartographer, book designer, and print production manager with over 30 years experience, specializing in non-fiction.
Map and infographic production, and geodata research and development.
Co-founder, chief cartographer, and print manager. Created or managed over 1000 published and contract projects, including folded and laminated maps, book illustrations, atlases, brochures, and maps for promotional use.
D Dennis Hudson
This book is the crowning achievement of the remarkable scholar D. Dennis Hudson, bringing together the results of a lifetime of interdisciplinary study of south Indian Hinduism. The book is a finely detailed examination of a virtually unstudied Tamil Hindu temple, the Vaikuntha Perumal (ca. 770 C.E.). Hudson offers a sustained reading of the temple as a coherent, organized, minutely conceptua... read more
Joan Valerie Bondurant
When Mahatma Gandhi died in 1948 by an assassin's bullet, the most potent legacy he left to the world was the technique of satyagraha (literally, holding on to the Truth). His "experiments with Truth" were far from complete at the time of his death, but he had developed a new technique for effecting social and political change through the constructive conduct of conflict: Gandhian satyagraha h... read more
The first complete map of the world's most famous shipwreck. The two-sided full-color infographic map unfolds to 39" x 26". The map side illustrates the course of the Titanic and her rescue ships as well as pre- and post-disaster shipping lanes. Deep-ocean diagrams of the search process and other Titanic-related points of interest are also included. The ship side contains color-coded deck plan... read more
Heather Meeker’s Open Source for Business is a practical, readable guide to help businesspeople, engineers, and lawyers understand open source software licensing. Based on the author’s twenty years as an attorney working at the crossroads of intellectual property and technology, this guide explains the legal and technical principles behind open source licensing so you can make the right decisi... read more
Come with us as we walk he alleys and back roads of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa, following in the footsteps of Bob dylan and Liberace, meeting master cheesemakers, dining in the Boundary Waters, interrogating ice cream truck drivers and more. Maps and illustrations complement journalistic essays that will take you deep into the history, culture, and gastronomy of one of America's best - and ... read more
Locates and indexes more than 1,400 four-year schools in the US and Canada. Inclusion of schools on the map was based on a variety of criteria, including size; proportion of student body from out of region; national prominence in specialized fields; in major sports; and in major published rankings; and affiliation with a representation of religious groups. Index data includes undergraduate adm... read more
The story of white flight and the neglect of black urban neighborhoods has been well told by urban historians in recent decades. Yet much of this scholarship has downplayed black agency and tended to portray African Americans as victims of structural forces beyond their control. In this history of Cleveland's black middle class, Todd Michney uncovers the creative ways that members of this nasc... read more
A lavishly illustrated manuscript from the eighteenth century now being published for the first time, Thomas Hammond's memoirs are a major discovery. Hammond was a self-educated but remarkably gifted writer with a knack for seizing unlikely opportunities for adventure. We follow this abandoned waif as he embarks on a long journey through bewildering foreign lands—working by turns as a stablebo... read more
Would you defy a king's command to prevent your only daughter from marrying into the family you most despise?
Karen Kingsley, Lake Douglas
"New Orleans isn’t like other cities," Stella tells her sister Blanche DuBois in Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire. Cradled in the crescent of the Mississippi River and surrounded by water, the city has faced numerous challenges since its founding as a French colonial outpost in 1718. This detailed guidebook to New Orleans architecture―an authoritative, comprehensive, post–Hurrican... read more
Barbara A. Hanawalt
Medieval London, like all premodern cities, had a largely immigrant population-only a small proportion of the inhabitants were citizens-and the newly arrived needed to be taught the civic culture of the city in order for that city to function peacefully. Ritual and ceremony played key roles in this acculturation process. In Ceremony and Civility, Barbara A. Hanawalt shows how, in the late Midd... read more
Inspired Maps: It's the Gift that Keeps on Giving! You know the feeling of anticipation, excitement and wonder you experience as you open a gift? This is the experience that awaits you each time you scratch off your travels on your Inspired Maps World Reveal Map! Under a layer of gold foil awaits lands of jewel-tone inspired colors. Set Includes: • Map (34"x24") • Map Tube • Scratch Pick • Pre... read more
From Fayetteville, Little Rock, and Hot Springs to Jonesboro, El Dorado, Arkadelphia, Texarkana, and scores of places in between, the latest volume in the Buildings of the United States series provides the most comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date guide to the architecture of Arkansas. The result of a lifetime's research and fieldwork by the esteemed historian and preservationist Cyrus... read more
Joseph A Amato, Wendy J Johnson
"Buffalo Man" is serious fun. It is about a giant child’s growing body and awakening mind. In the spirit of Rabelais and Swift, "Buffalo Man" is the story of a Gargantuan child, aptly nicknamed “Gar”—who was born out of the sky in 1848. He lands in the pasture of a Métis trading post along the Minnesota River. The following chapters record Gar’s upbringing, baptism, adventures, and education a... read more
Jeffrey E. Garten
The story of globalization, the most powerful force in history, as told through the life and times of ten people who changed the world by their singular, spectacular accomplishments.This is the first book to look at the history of globalization through the lens of individuals who did something transformative, as opposed to describing globalization through trends, policies, or particular indust... read more
Over 200 years of Adirondack history seen through the lens of one plot of land. Fifty Acres of Beach and Wood chronicles the lives of iconic characters from Adirondack history whose footprints have graced the shores of Indian Point on Raquette Lake. Discover the heritage of Indian Point imparted by the Mohawk Indians, Sir John Johnson, Farrand Benedict, Matthew Beach and William Wood, Professo... read more
Geoff Locander, March 2023
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Gary Letcher, February 2023
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Illustrator and visual designer with 15 years of experience specialized in children's books, scholastic books, posters and advertising.
I have 25 years experience and a great passion for designing books from cover to cover, including crime & mystery and children's books!
Nashville, TN, USA