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New York Times bestselling author of Steal Like an Artist Austin Kleon's Show Your Work!, teaching how to think about your work (art, business, anything!) as a never-ending process, build meaningful relationships by sharing that process, deal with the ups and downs of putting your work out in the world, and influence others by letting them steal from you, in a significant deal, again to Workman.
Suburban mom, Zen Buddhist priest and author of Momma Zen and Hand Wash Cold Karen Maezen Miller's Paradise in Plain Sight: The Way of the Zen Gardner, showing how tending Southern California's oldest private Japanese garden helped a seeker become a sage, and encouraging readers to cultivate the ground beneath their own feet, again to New World Library.
Visual thinking guru and Back of the Napkin author Dan Roam's The Magic Show: How to Use Simple Pictures to Create Extraordinary Presentations, teaching readers how to use his unique visual thinking tools and techniques to increase business and personal success, in a significant deal to Penguin/Portfolio.
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