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On the Books: Hemingway estate rejects 'Vanity Fair'; James Patterson donates $1 million to independent bookstores

It’s shaping up to be a strange Tuesday in book news: Instead of memoir-writing announcements, we’ve got verbal sparring between the Hemingway estate and Vanity Fair… 318 more words


Book Review: 100 Ghosts by Doogie Horner (Quirk Books)

Once again Quirk Books knocks it out of the park with this beautiful book from the supremely talented Doogie Horner. Doogie is responsible for some of Quirk’s best book cover designs… 83 more words


Drawings of 'Breaking Bad' characters as ghosts by Doogie Horner -- EXCLUSIVE

I am the one who..haunts?

Comedian, writer and designer Doogie Horner, who reinterpreted the spooky icon as different pop culture characters in 100 Ghosts, his book of drawings, has created a series of new ones just for… 261 more words


100 Ghosts

The Short Version: Ghosts aren’t as scary and horrible as the media makes them out to be – and as proof, Doogie Horner has collected a little gallery of a hundred “harmless haunts”.   335 more words


100 Ghosts by Doogie Horner

Adorable! 100 Ghosts is a delightfully simple collection of silly and clever ghosts. My favorites are the Kingsized-bed and the Used Car Lot ghosts. Everyone in my family enjoyed this book!

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Good Advice

“There are things Philadelphia comics can do to keep audiences coming back, the biggest one being write original, unique material. . . . Now that audiences are ready to give stand-up a second chance, we should show them that it’s an art form as vibrant and surprising as music, theater, or visual art.”

– Doogie Horner


The Best Book Covers of 2012, As Chosen by Our Favorite Book Cover Designers

2012 was a great year for books — and maybe even a better one for book covers. We were so overwhelmed by the number of great ones that we couldn’t rally our thoughts to any kind of end-of-year list — so we figured we’d go to the experts (book jacket designers, of course) and ask what they thought. 1,971 more words