Up in the Cheap Seats: A Historical Memoir of Broadway

January 23, 2017

243 pages, hardcover, 9.5 X 6.25 inches, 8 illustrations & photographs
ISBN 978-0-9981686-2-3
$29.95

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In his touching and often hilarious theatrical memoir, Ron Fassler tells the real-life stories of how he saw over 200 Broadway plays and musicals between the ages of 12-16 for as little as $2 a ticket, self-funded by the profits from his Long Island paper route. In the days when 50-60 shows came to Broadway every season, Fassler sat in the last row of the balcony, then headed home to write reviews which he reveals for the first time so many decades later. Ron’s eyewitness account to some of the greatest shows and stars of the 1960s and 70s (with visits backstage to many of them), is furthered by conversing over the past four years with legendary actors, writers, producers, directors, and composers who were part of this remarkable time. Threading his own personal stories with theirs, the book features memories and insights from Jane Alexander, Sheldon Harnick, James Earl Jones, Stacy Keach, Nathan Lane, Hal Linden, John Lithgow, Bette Midler, Austin Pendleton, Harold Prince, Doris Roberts, Stephen Sondheim, and Mike Nichols among many others.

News about the book in Forbes and New York Times

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Chie Hitotsuyama: To Hear Your Footsteps

January 10, 2017

ISBN 978-0-9981686-0-9

$39.99

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A collaboration between Museum of Art and History, Lachaster, and MOAH:CEDAR and Japanese artist Chie Hitotsuyama, Griffith Moon introduces Chie Hitotsuyama: To Hear Your Footsteps  is comprised of an introduction by Shana Nys Dambrot and Hitotsuyama’s animal sculptures made entirely from recycled newspaper. Her work, whimsical though often serious, is a commentary on global climate change. Hitostsuyama has exhibited her works in many places around Japan, including the Ginza Mitsukoshi Gallery (2013) and the Child Museum at the H.C. Andersen Park in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture (2014), and she is currently the Artist in Residency at MOAH.

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Creativity Notebook: Science Edition

January 2, 2017

Scientist Edition of 100
52  Engravings of  18th and 19th Century Scientific Inventions
Integrated Notebook and 52 Week Calendar with  3 yr overview 2017-2019
– 8.5” x 5.5”, Unlined Uncoated 24 lb Paper, 200 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9981686-6-1
$45.00

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The Creativity Notebook – Design Your Own Edition

January 1, 2017

52 pages for Notes and Tasks
brass wire binding
3 yr overview calendar, 2017, 2018, 2019
5.5 x 8 inches, uncoated unlined paper
120 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9981686-7-8

$35.00

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The Creativity Notebook is the ultimate analogue system for scheduling, ideas and tasks.
Features include:

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Jock McDonald

December 16, 2016

Griffith Moon is pleased to announce a book deal with Canadian photographer Jock McDonald. McDonald is a fine art photographer who works in both color and black-and-white. His work has been widely published and exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. McDonald’s photography is best known for its humor, pathos, and mystery. His book will soon be available on the Griffith Moon website. Stay tuned.

UC Berkeley Arts + Design: Inaugural Showcase 2016

December 16, 2016

136 pages, 121 illustrations

$28

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The University of California at Berkeley is filled with a diverse, multi-talented student population. It is an environment that is ideal for artistic exploration and identity development. UC Berkeley Arts + Design: Inaugural Showcase 2016  is a collection of work by students and their mentors. The artistic media includes literature, film, architecture, poetry, painting and design. Witness the development and product of these young creative minds, and be inspired, too, to create.

Rebecca Campbell: The Potato Eaters

July 6, 2016

Essay by Betty Ann Brown
118 pages, hardcover, 7.5 X 9.25 inches, 80 illustrations & photographs
ISBN 978-0-9882831-8-3
$39.95

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The Potato Eaters celebrates the exhibition of Rebecca Campbell’s 2016 exhibition at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH). Campbell’s new work examines aspects of family and cultural history, memory, documentation and nostalgia. The title is taken from Vincent van Gogh’s 1885 masterpiece that portrays Dutch peasants gathered at a meager meal.Read More ›




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