Culture that Pops
Warren Lehrer and Judith Sloan
Warren Lehrer is an award-winning designer and Judith Sloan is a performance artist. They live in Queens, New York, the borough they
Crossing the Boulevard: Strangers, Neighbors, Aliens in a New America (W.W. Norton, 2003).
Laura Levin and John O’Hara
Elvis and You (Perigee/PenguinGroup, 2000) offers a fresh look at the Elvis oeuvre. Represented by Katharine Sands.
Brenda E. Brasher
Brenda E. Brasher is an assistant professor in the department of religion and philosophy at Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio.
Give Me That Online Religion (Jossey-Bass). Represented by Katharine Sands.
Diners (Abrams 1980, 1995) celebrates a great American institution. A classic.
Steven Schwartz is a writer and multi-media video producer and director.
Sports New York: Where to Play, Watch, and Learn in the Big Apple (City & Company, 1998).
The Seven Deadly Sins (Macmillan, 1997) covers the spectrum from whimsical exploration to the darker side of humanity.
Lick ‘em, Stick ‘em Postage Stamps (Abbeville, 1989).
Bowlerama (Abbeville, 1986).
The Hawaiian Shirt (Abbeville, 1984). A classic.
Elaine Gross and Fred Rottman
Halston: An American Original (HarperCollins, 1999) by fashion writer and journalist Gross and former Halston designer Rottman is the first book to celebrate the work of this most American of haute couture designer.
Barbara Barnett, blogger for Welcome to the End of the Thought Process, an Introspective Look at House, MD
Chasing Zebras: THE Unofficial Guide to House, MD (ECW Press, 2010). Agented by Katharine Sands.
Mark Phillips and Aryn Phillips
Trials of the Century: A Decade-by-Decade Look at Ten of America’s Most Sensational Crimes (Prometheus, 2016). Agented by Steven Schwartz.