En últimos días de vida de Simón Bolívar, el Libertador, hace un recuento de su existencia. A través de sus cartas, su testamento y también desde la perspectiva del médico que lo atendió en ese tiempo, Alejandro Próspero Reverend, se configura el retrato de un gran hombre y un gran estadista.¿Qué es lo que llevó a Bolívar a esta situación? ¿Quién lo traicionó? ¿Cómo se siente al respecto de lo que logró?
Goñi consigue en Todo llevará su nombre mostrarnos la debilidad del héroe: un hombre poderoso en la antesala de la muerte, sus intentos de resistirse a abandonar este mundo y la aceptación final de un desenlace inevitable en una novela que es, ante todo, un fresco sobre la dignidad de una gran figura histórica.
Sobre el autor:
Fermín Goñi nació en Pamplona y es licenciado en Periodismo y Ciencias Políticas. En el ámbito periodístico ha trabajado para los diarios Norte Deportivo, Deia, y El País, ejerció como corresponsal en España de Radio France International (Radio París), ha dirigido Tribuna Vasca y fue director general del Ente Público Radio Televisión Navarra, ha sido consejero delegado y fundador de Diario de Noticias y consultor en diversos medios de comunicación de Iberoamérica. En su faceta de escritor ha abordado diversos géneros, que incluyen la narrativa, el ensayo o los libros de viajes, como Guía secreta de Navarra (1979) y Navarra, una tierra de contrastes (1992). Es autor también del libro histórico Aezkoa, cien años de lucha (1978), del ensayo El fotoperiodismo, la fuerza de la imagen (1999), y las novelas Los escandalosos amores de mis amigos (1977), Y en esto llegó Fidel (1993), Las mujeres siempre dijeron que me querían (2001), Puta Vida (2002), El hombre de la Leica (2006) y Te arrancarán las tripas, negro (2008).
Delancey Street in New York conjures up an entire world of Yiddishkeit, "The quality of being Jewish; the Jewish way of life or its customs and practices." Delancey, and the streets that cross it in the Lower East Side—Ludlow, Essex, Orchard, Rivington, and its "sister" street to the north, Houston Street—are the historical home of Jewish immigrants and thus a cradle of that unique Jewish experience.
All the foods that were brought to America in the early 20th century by Jews during the great emigration from Europe came to the Lower East Side: knishes, bagels, lox, pastrami, whitefish, dill pickles, kasha, herring (in multiple variations), egg creams, and much more. It is an area that continues to undergo rapid change but Eating Delancey hopes to capture forever the Jewish cuisine of the Lower East Side.
Eating Delancey is a compilation of gorgeous photographs of classic Jewish food, with profiles and receipes from classic LES Jewish eateries such as Sammy's Roumanian Steakhouse, Russ & Daughters Appetizers, Katz's Delicatessen, Yonah Shimmel Knish Bakery, and Ratner's. These are complimented by celebrity reminiscences.
About the Author:
Aaron Rezny has spent more than 20 years shooting food and tabletop photography. Rezny, the son of Polish immigrants, began his photographic career at an early age and eventually established his own studio in 1979. His photography has been featured in major marketing campaigns for Nestlé, Duncan Hines, Kellogg's, Russell Stover, Nabisco, and Applebee's among other brands. His work has also appeared in New York magazine, Bon Appetite, Food & Wine, and The Wall Street Journal.
Jordan Schaps began his photo-directing career at New York magazine in 1978. Schaps quickly rose to Photography Director at New York and went on to act as concept/creative director of features for inStyle, GQ, The Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Issue, and other magazines. Schaps also produced advertorials for Lincoln Motor Cars, JC Penney, and Knoll International. He contributed to the books XXX: 30 Porn Star Portraits, and Miami Beach: Blueprint of an Eden.
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A nostalgic celebration of the glamour of warm-weather destinations in the Caribbean and Florida, from the great estates of ambitious patrons to the most exclusive resorts of the mid-twentieth century. Through iconic photography capturing the cultural mood at the moment when social codes relaxed from the formality of the Gilded Age to the spontaneity of the jet-set era, Escape: The Heyday of Caribbean Glamour takes the reader inside a world of beach parties and costume balls set in lush tropical landscapes, of rarefied resorts and fairy-tale private estates. Escape presents the visual history of the region’s outstanding getaways, chronicling their transformations from pristine idyllic settings to personalized retreats where responsibilities could be left behind. Joseph Urban, Oliver Messel, Paul Rudolph, and other talented designers made these dreams reality, relying on regional design traditions to express the spirit of places like Antigua, Barbados, Cuba, and Jamaica, and sometimes inventing a new vernacular using fantasy imagery to emphasize the notion of escape from the pressures of urban living. Among these idealized settings blossomed the resort lifestyle of international celebrities, from Marjorie Merriweather Post to Babe Paley, Princess Margaret to David Bowie, whose escapades are spectacularly captured in these pages to make the region’s bygone glamour come alive.
About the Author:
Hermes Mallea is an architect and a partner in M(Group), a design firm based in New York. He studied at the University of Miami’s School of Architecture and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. He is the author of Great Houses of Havana.
Diane von Furstenberg
is one of the most influential, admired, and innovative women of our time:
fashion designer, philanthropist, wife, mother, and grandmother. Her
extraordinary story spans decades and countries, but through it all, she
remained true to herself, and true to the kind of woman she wanted to be. In
her intimate new memoir, THE WOMAN I
WANTED TO BE, Diane shares the inspiring lessons she’s learned on the path
to becoming a modern icon.
“Love is life is
love,” she says, and this theme holds throughout THE WOMAN I WANTED TO BE. “I don’t
think there is anything more important—love of family, love of nature, love of
travel, love of learning, love of life in every way.” This shines in every
story she tells, from her adventures as a jet-set princess to an inside look
into the highs and lows of her business, and intensely personal reflections on
her most important relationships. Diane’s remarkable ability to
reinvent herself and her business while staying true to her passion is a
powerful lesson for any reader.
The book is divided
into two sections, “The Woman I Am,” which details important elements of
Diane’s life and personality, and “The Business of Fashion,” which chronicles
her legendary career. In six unique chapters, Diane reflects on her Roots, Love, and Beauty as
well as the three distinct phases of her professional life: The American Dream, which covers her
success as a young European princess turned American fashion designer; The Comeback Kid, which details her
relaunching her business and the iconic dress that started it all; and The New Era, in which she reflects on
the modern world of DVF and creating a legacy that will live beyond her.
Forty years after the
wrap dress changed the lives of newly independent American women, so much has
changed. But for Diane, the most important things—love, life, and an endless
curiosity about the world around us—have always been the same. Reading THE WOMAN I WANTED TO BE is like having
an intimate conversation with a modern day muse. Diane’s honest words about her
journey will inspire us all to think about who we want to become and how to
build to a moment when we can look back and reflect on a beautiful past.
About the Author:
von Furstenberg first entered the fashion world in 1972 with a
suitcase full of jersey dresses. Two years later, she created the wrap dress,
which came to symbolize power and independence for an entire generation of
women. By 1976, she had sold over a million of the dresses and was featured on
the cover of Newsweek. After a hiatus from
fashion, Diane re-launched the iconic dress that started it all in 1997,
reestablishing her company as the global luxury lifestyle brand that it is
today. DVF is now sold in over 55 countries. In 2005,
Diane received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council of Fashion
Designers of America (CFDA) for her impact on fashion, and one year later was
elected the CFDA’s president, an office she continues to hold. In 2012, Diane
was named the most powerful woman in fashion by Forbes
Magazine. She is the author of Diane: A Signature Life.
About the Interviewer:
Emmy nominated journalist, Ana B. Remos has had a distinguished career across two continents with leading names in magazines, television and newspapers. From fashion icons Roberto Cavalli and Carolina Herrera, cultural figures Fernando Boteroand entertainment headliners Gwyneth Paltrow and Sharon Stone to Aerin Lauder, Mikhail Gorbachev and Prince Dmitri of Yugoslavia, she has been led into their private worlds, sharing their successes, disappointments and personal experiences. Growing up in Europe, of parents who were in the Foreign Service, she gained a passion for the world of global communications, different cultures, and searching for the finest in life. She began her career in Madrid, seeing the world of fashion first hand as a model, then moving on to host Operación Torpedo or El Tragabolas (cultural contests for young people) for Spain’s TVE, and later, as producer. Miami was next on tap. She has been a guide to the luxury lifestyle and chronicler of the lives of leading figures in society, politics, fashion, culture, business and European nobility as editor of the most widely read “people” section in Knight Ridder’sMiami Herald, a “must read” for a who’s who”. At the same time, she became a correspondent for top publishing companies ranging from Vogue and Hola to Ocean Drive among many others. She is equally well known in television as the producer and host of El Círculo, a weekly TV magazine that featured the lifestyle of the international jet set. Her newest passion is azureazure, which she founded, a curated online guide to the global luxury lifestyle and the people behind it.
A year ago Thorn’s son, Flynn Moss, disappeared into the eco-underground, his only contact with Thorn a series of postcards chronicling his exploits. But a postcard arrives unlike the others, a call for help, Thorn jumps into action, setting off for North Carolina. But before Thorn arrives, he’s intercepted by a federal agent who informs him he’s too late—Flynn had been acting as an informant for the FBI, and when his traitorous acts were discovered, he was summarily executed.
The agent proposes a scheme to catch Flynn’s killer using Thorn as bait. Thorn, full of rage, accepts the job if only to get his hands on his son’s killer. The mission takes him to a small town where the gang is holed up, planning an attack on a hog farming operation that has been polluting local rivers and spreading illness through the area.
Little by little Thorn discovers that nothing he’s been told is true, and the trap they’re setting isn’t for Flynn’s killer, but for his partner, a woman who proves more daring and dangerous than any Thorn’s ever met. She’s on her own crusade of vengeance, and she and Thorn make an uneasy alliance. With her help Thorn uncovers a conspiracy that stretches far beyond this small Carolina town.
About the Author:
James W. Hall is the author of 18 novels. Thirteen of which, like his most recent Going Dark, feature a hardcore loner named Thorn, who makes a meager living tying bonefish flies. Thorn, and his private eye pal, Sugarman, have teamed up in a dozen books to thwart animal smugglers, cruise ship hijackers, rogue medical experimenters, and other assorted villains. For a man who simply wants to be left alone to contemplate the island light and sweet sea breezes of Key Largo, Thorn has been drawn into a long string of adventures to right wrongs and avenge the deaths of his friends, relatives and lovers and has taken innumerable gashes and wounds and scars in the process.
Hall’s non-fiction work includes Hot Damn! a collection of personal essays he wrote for the Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel’s Sunshine Magazine, as well as some he wrote for the Washington Post and The Miami Herald. His most recent non-fiction effort is Hit Lit which is an analysis of twelve of the most commercially successful novels of the last century and the dozen features those books have in common.
Starting out his writing life as a poet, Hall published four collections of poetry, three of them with Carnegie-Mellon University Press. His poems appeared in Poetry, American Scholar, North American Review, Antioch Review, Poetry Northwest, and many other literary magazines.
Hall is also the author of two collections of short stories. Paper Products, and Over Exposure, an ebook that contains his Edgar Award winning short story, The Catch.
Several of his novels were optioned for film and Hall wrote the screenplays for two of those projects, Bones of Coral, MGM-Pathe, Gruscoff-Levy Producers. (Co-writer, Les Standiford) And Under Cover of Daylight, (screenplay), Nelson Entertainment, Red Bank Studios Producers. He also wrote a television series pilot for Renfield Productions.
“A splendid, highly readable collection that reflects substantial new research and findings on Hispanic influence in Florida.”—Ralph Lee Woodward, author of Central America: A Nation Divided “Deeply researched and sweeping across five centuries, La Florida is admirably multi- and interdisciplinary in approach and features a truly distinguished lineup of authors. Topics range from flora and fauna to archaeology and early chronicles, to politics high and low, to literature, art, architecture, music, food and foodways, and of course to the diverse and often fascinating people who made them.”—Richmond F. Brown, editor of Coastal Encounters Commemorating Juan Ponce de León’s landfall on the Atlantic coast of Florida, this ambitious volume explores five centuries of Hispanic presence in the New World peninsula, reflecting on the breadth and depth of encounters between the different lands and cultures.
The contributors, leading experts in a range of fields, begin with an examination of the first and second Spanish periods. This was a time when La Florida was an elusive possession that the Spaniards were never able to completely secure; but Spanish influence would nonetheless leave an indelible mark on the land. In the second half of this volume, the essays highlight the Hispanic cultural legacy, politics, and history of modern Florida and expand on Florida’s role as a modern transatlantic cross roads.
Melding history, literature, anthropology, music, culture, and sociology, La Florida is a unique presentation of the Hispanic roots that run deep in Florida’s past and present and will assuredly shape its future.
About the Editors:
Viviana Díaz Balsera, professor of Spanish at the University of Miami, is the author of The Pyramid under the Cross and Calderón y las quimeras de la Culpa. Rachel A. May, professor of Latin American and Caribbean studies and director of the Institute for the Study of Latin America and the Caribbean at the University of South Florida, is the author of Terror in the Countryside.
The Akashic Records is equal parts practical and profound, the culmination of nearly two decades of immersion by Ernesto, personally and professionally, into the Akashic Records for individual healing, growth, and self-realization. This book provides a thorough map of the energetic territory you will be exploring and the many ways you can use the Akashic Records and the guidance of the masters and teachers.
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This definitive work provides all of the conceptual and practical information you need to truly understand what the Akashic Records are and, more importantly, to incorporate accessing your own Records into your lifestyle--for a lifetime!
About the Author:
Ernesto Ortiz is the founder and director of Journey to the Heart, a company dedicated to uplifting consciousness and the well-being of people. He is a noted artist, author, facilitator, teacher, and therapist. During the past 25 years, Ernesto has facilitated hundreds of workshops and seminars in the United States, Canada, France, Australia, the Caribbean, Indonesia, Egypt, the UK, Mexico, and South America. His deep and intimate connection with the Akashic Records began in 1993 after being deeply touched by the material, seeing his life transformed and assisting numerous Akashic Records classes. With guidance from the Master, he started teaching in 1997. Ortiz has two children and lives in Miami, Florida.
In her heartwarming New York Times bestsellers Unlikely Friendships and last year’s Unlikely Loves, Jennifer Holland revealed the surprising emotional bonds that exist between animals of different species. Her books spent dozens of weeks on bestseller lists and caught the attention of major media from CBS This Morning to USA Today. Why? Because she opened our eyes to the rich inner lives of animals, showing us that the power of love and friendship is not for humans only.
In Unlikely Heroes, Ms. Holland uncovers and celebrates yet another side of animals that we often think belongs primarily to people—heroism, that indefinable quality of going above and beyond, often for altruistic reasons, often at great personal risk. These 37 inspiring true tales show animals whose quick acts have saved lives, like the pod of dolphins who protected swimmers in New Zealand from a great white shark by forming a screen around them. There are stories of animals who simply and unselfishly give, like Rojo the llama, who shines his very special light of lovingkindness on the elderly patients in an Oregon rehab center.
And there are compelling stories of heroic resilience: like Naki’o, the abandoned puppy who lost all four paws to frostbite but found the grit not only to overcome that terrible hardship but to reclaim the joy of life—that’s him, smiling on the cover of the book.
About the Author:
Jennifer S. Holland is a contributing writer for National Geographic, and she also writes for the Earth Touch News Network and other online science news organizations. She lives with her husband, two dogs, and dozens of snakes and geckos, and divides her time between Silver Spring, Maryland, and a cabin in the woods near Charlottesville, Virginia.