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America Noir
Underground Writers and Filmmakers of the Postwar Era

Author: David Cochran
ISBN 13: 978-1-58834-218-8
ISBN 10: 1-58834-218-2

America Noir is a must for any student of the noir tradition in American culture. . . . Entertaining and enlightening.”—BookPage



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Cubano Be, Cubano Bop
One Hundred Years of Jazz in Cuba

Author: Leonardo Acosta • Foreword by Paquito D’Rivera
ISBN 13: 978-1-58834-147-1
ISBN 10: 1-58834-147-X

The first history of jazz in Cuba, by an acclaimed Cuban musician, musicologist, and writer.



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Faces of Salsa
A Spoken History of the Music

Author: Leonardo Padura Fuentes
ISBN 13: 978-1-58834-080-1
ISBN 10: 1-58834-080-5

In this collection of masterfully crafted interviews with some of the most famous creators of the music we call Salsa, prizewinning Cuban novelist Leonardo Padura Fuentes explores the genesis of the music, its rise in popularity, its social context, and its artistic legacy.



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Heroes, Lovers, and Others
The Story of Latinos in Hollywood

Author: Clara E. Rodríguez
ISBN 13: 978-1-58834-111-2
ISBN 10: 1-58834-111-9

The fascinating history of Latinos in film, from the birth of the movies to the present, through a series of stories about Hollywood’s most famous and enduring stars.



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Masters of Movement
Portraits of America’s Great Choreographers

Author: Rose Eichenbaum • Foreword by Clive Barnes
ISBN 13: 978-1588342485
ISBN 10: 1588342484

“Eichenbaum’s firsthand knowledge of dance, her passion for dancing and the people who do it, and her appreciation of the minutiae of lives, both everyday and Olympian, all combine to open windows onto the soul of dance and the lives of those who helped to define and shape the art in the 20th-century.”—Jennifer Dunning, dance critic, New York Times



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Nashville’s Lower Broad
The Street That Music Made

Author: Photographs by Bill Rouda • Foreword by Lucinda Williams • Introduction by David Eason
ISBN 13: 978-1-58834-094-8
ISBN 10: 1-58834-094-5

A gritty, moving, and honest profile in time of a legendary wellspring of country music



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