Spring 2019 Simon & Schuster Catalog
Category: Performing Arts
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TitleMovie Nights with the Reagans
AuthorWeinberg, Mark
Sub-ImprintSimon & Schuster
FormatPaperback
Category 1Biography & Autobiography
Category Full 1BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Presidents & Heads of State
Category Full 2PERFORMING ARTS / Film/History & Criticism
ISBN-139781501134005
On Sale02/19/19
US Price$17
CDN Price$23
Pages288
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The former special advisor and press secretary to President Ronald Reagan shares a “sentimental but often revealing…enjoyable walk down Memory Lane” (Kirkus Reviews)—told through the movies he watched with the Reagans every week at Camp David.
TitleUntitled Nonfiction SM
AuthorTo Be Confirmed
Sub-ImprintSimon & Schuster
FormatHardcover
Category 1Biography & Autobiography
Category Full 1BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Entertainment & Performing Arts
Category Full 2PERFORMING ARTS / Radio/General
ISBN-139781501194290
On Sale03/19/19
US Price$35
CDN Price$45
Pages544
Cover StatusFinal
TitleBest. Movie. Year. Ever.
AuthorRaftery, Brian
Sub-ImprintSimon & Schuster
FormatHardcover
Category 1Performing Arts
Category Full 1PERFORMING ARTS / Film/History & Criticism
Category Full 2ART / Film & Video
ISBN-139781501175381
On Sale04/16/19
US Price$28.99
CDN Price$38.99
Pages416
Cover StatusReady to Feed
From a veteran culture writer and modern movie expert, a celebration and analysis of the movies of 1999—arguably the most groundbreaking year in American cinematic history.
TitleSpace Odyssey
AuthorBenson, Michael
Sub-ImprintSimon & Schuster
FormatPaperback
Category 1Performing Arts
Category Full 1PERFORMING ARTS / Film/General
Category Full 2BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Entertainment & Performing Arts
ISBN-139781501163944
On Sale04/23/19
US Price$20
CDN Price$27
Pages512
Cover StatusReady to Feed
The definitive story of the making of 2001: A Space Odyssey, acclaimed today as one of the greatest films ever made, and of director Stanley Kubrick and writer Arthur C. Clarke—“a tremendous explication of a tremendous film….Breathtaking” (The Washington Post).