TUTTI NUDI: REFLECTIONS ON THE NUDE FROM THE GREEKS TO THE 21ST C. APPRECIATION, CONNOISSEURSHIP, AND CRITICISM — FOCUSING ON THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE.
Christina Z. Anderson
ISBN 1-877675-34-2 paper, Illust., $14.00
An enlightening romp through the art-historical canon of the nude, decoding gesture and meaning from the Venus pudica to Robert Mapplethorpe.

ARTISTS AND THEIR CATS IN THEIR OWN WORDS
Edited by Sylvia Moore and Cynthia Navaretta
ISBN 1-877675-02-4, Illust., $10.00
35 artists lovingly describe their relationships with their cats. Whether they have common names or royal ones, serve as muses or companions, there is no doubt that these cats play very important studio roles.

THE LITTLE CAT WHO HAD NO NAME
Tulsi Reynolds
ISBN 1-877675-04-0, Illust., $9.95
An enchanting story for all ages about a cat who lives happily on New York's upper West side until he realizes that he answers to various terms of endearment, but has no name of his own. He embarks on a mystical journey to find a name.

WHEN EVEN THE COWS WERE UP: AN ARTISTS' LIFE SPANNING THE 20TH CENT.
Kate Pedigo
ISBN 1-877675-06-7, Illust., $6.95
Stories and drawings — of a childhood in Indiana up to this 90+ years-old artist's present active life in California — create a unique pictorial history of America spanning the 20th century. You will savor how it was "once upon a time."