Genius in Disguise: Harold Ross of the New Yorker by Thomas Kunkel. A social history of the times, and marvellous stuff about Harold Ross, the founder of the New Yorker magazine - his attention to detail, ideas on style, and his professional approach. Excellent if you are interested in writing - Judith
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Outsider Art Sourcebook: International Guide to Outsider Art and Folk Art (Raw Vision) by John Maizels. Save 27 Off!. $25.51. Publisher: Raw Vision; 2 edition (March 10, 2009). Publication: March 10, 2009. Series - Raw Vision
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