We are pleased to share this lecture by the architectural scholar Christopher Long, Professor at University of Texas at Austin, on the occasion of Adolf Loos’ 150th birthday anniversary. Based… Read more Happy 150th Birthday, Adolf Loos! →
Moriah Gill’s article, “Was Rose in ‘Titanic’ Based on a Real Person?” published by Rare highlights aspects of Beatrice Wood’s expansive career, including one amazing detail: Naumann’s recollections of Wood,… Read more Francis M. Naumann’s Mentors included in Beatrice Wood spotlight →
Performance artist, author, and journalist Zarina Zabrisky was in conversation with our author Joanna Stingray in a livestream Youtube event hosted by Globus Books on November 16th at 5 PM… Read more Joanna Stingray book talk with Zarina Zabrisky →
“Joanna Stingray’s autobiographical account relates her time on the underground music scene in the USSR and Russia in the late 1980s and early 1990s. During this time Joanna met and… Read more NewBooks Podcast Features Joanna Stingray →
Today we release our book trailer for Red Wave: An American in the Soviet Music Underground ! The memoir of Joanna Stingray, written with her daughter, Madison, Red Wave provides… Read more New Book Trailer! Red Wave: An American in Soviet Music Underground →
We are excited to announce that Claire Phillips was invited to contribute to the Largehearted Boy Book Notes series, which has featured writers such as Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret… Read more Claire Phillips Featured in Book Notes on Largehearted Boy →
Thursday, August 13 from 5–6pm (Pacific Time) Ed Rosenthal will be joined in conversation with Jack Skelley for a discussion about Rosenthal’s new memoir Salvation Canyon: A True Story of Desert… Read more “Exactified Hallucinations”: Crowdcast with Jack Skelley →
The Francis Naumann Gallery in Manhattan will host a film screening of Steven Watson’s Beatrice Wood Remembers, based on the life of the prolific artist who is central to Naumann’s book, Mentors.