Check out Outlaws Still at Large, the new book about, well, yeah, outlaw country music by Neil A. Hamilton. Among the artists featured in the book is none other than Columbus’s own outlaw, Lydia Loveless.
Here’s more info about the book:
NOW ORDER OUTLAWS STILL AT LARGE! AND THE CD, OUTLAWS STILL AT LARGE! THE MUSIC WITH THESE SPECIAL FEATURES:
*EACH BOOK SIGNED BY THE ARTISTS APPEARING AT THE OUTLAW BAND AND BOOK BASH
*EACH BOOK SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
*FREE BOOK MARKERS WITH EACH BOOK PURCHASE
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Please note: shipping and handling extra. Please allow 5-7 business days for delivery. International orders: please inquire.
THIS OFFER IS GOOD ONLY THROUGH JUNE 20!!
BOOKS AND CDs WILL BE SHIPPED JUNE 24
Man of Steel, the latest Superman film, hits theaters on June 14th, and is certain to be one of the more prominent cultural events in a summer full of Super-goodness. This is because Superman, it turns out, has just turned 75, a milestone that DC comics is commemorating with a new logo mark unveiled this week. It has been three-quarters of a century since two Cleveland teens grappling with the Great Depression created one of our longest-lasting cultural icons and arguably laid the groundwork for the modern superhero. Not bad for a couple of kids from Glenville.
Super Boys, by Brad Ricca,is the first full length literary biography of Superman’s creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
C-Busrs can get the inside scoop on Superman’s creators as author Brad Ricca visits the Easton Barnes on June 6 for a reading and book signing of Super-Boys:The Amazing Adventures of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster – the Creators of Superman. An excerpt: