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  1. Difficult Men (paperback)

    Difficult Men: Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution: From The Sopranos and The Wire to Mad Men and Breaking Bad

    $17.00

    A riveting and revealing look at the shows that helped cable television drama emerge as the signature art form of the twenty-first century. Learn More
  2. The Difficulty of Being

    Difficulty of Being

    $15.95

    Reflections on life and art from the legendary filmmaker-novelist-poet-genius. Learn More
  3. Divine In Ecstasy Postcard

    Divine In Ecstasy Postcard

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    Mailable Divine! Learn More
  4. Divine: 1987 Postcard

    Divine: 1987 Postcard

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    Mailable Divine! Learn More
  5. Divine: In Suit & Bowtie Postcard
  6. Do The Movies Have A Future?

    Do the Movies Have a Future?

    $27.00

    In the second decade of the twenty-first century, the movies, once America’s primary popular art form, have become an endangered species. Do the Movies Have a Future? is a rousing and witty call to arms. Learn More
  7. Down the Tube cover

    Down The Tube

    $10.95

    'The Diary of My Week in TV Hell. 200 Channels. No Escape.' Learn More
  8. Edgewise: A Picture of Cookie Mueller

    Edgewise: A Picture Of Cookie Mueller

    $24.95

    Cookie Mueller (1949–1989) was a firecracker, a cult figure, a wild child, a writer, a go-go dancer, a mother and a queer icon. Learn More
  9. Eiji Tsuburaya (paperback)

    Eiji Tsuburaya: Master Of Monsters

    $29.95

    Defending the Earth with Ultraman, Godzilla, and friends in the Golden Age of Japanese science fiction film. Learn More
  10. Every Night The Trees Disappear

    Every Night the Trees Disappear: Werner Herzog and the Making of Heart of Glass

    $24.95

    Alan Greenberg first showed up at Herzog’s Munich home at age twenty-four. At the end of their evening together Herzog urged Greenberg to work with him on his film Heart of Glass—and everything thereafter. He clinched his plea by assuring the young American that “On the outside we’ll look like gangsters, while on the inside we’ll wear the gowns of priests.” Learn More

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