The Lintons’ Video PressPublishers of fine, hand-finished, books and videotapes
The Live Art Series
Fotoreportaż — Japońskie festiwale (matsuri)
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Founded in 1997, The Lintons’ Video Press is a
small print-on-demand publisher offering a growing collection
of affordable, high-quality print and videotape titles.
Our BookNook lets you browse through virtual copies of some of our offerings. More titles, marked here with a hot ( ), keep getting added, so if what you’d like to see isn’t there yet, drop us a note to let us know which item(s) we should bring to the top of our ToDo list.
Author (and co-proprietor) Barbara Mikolajewska, a sociologist long affiliated with the University of Warsaw (Poland), has written numerous monographs, edited several anthologies, and translated into Polish René Girard’s A Theater of Envy: William Shakespeare.
Now living in Connecticut with her mathematician husband, their adoptive cats, and a growing assortment of computers, printers, and monitors, all with their own unique personalities, she continues to find new uses of the Girardian mimetic theory in the analysis of the scriptural materials of India and Japan.
Technical and Editorial Advisor (and fellow co-proprietor) F. E. J. Linton is Full Professor of Mathematics (Emeritus) at Wesleyan University.
His contributions include: dust-jacket design; page-layout; proofing; printing, assembling, trimming, and binding the volumes we produce; the care and feeding of our cantankerous equipment; and our web-page design and execution.
Our BookNook is a Virtual Library where you can preview virtual copies of our publications. Currently available are all those on this page marked with a hot ( ). We’ll be adding to its shelves, so with time it will become your best spot to Try before you Buy.
Ordering: Any of our titles can be had through Amazon.com, or, if you prefer, directly from us.
(For security reasons, we have no online order process of our own. We rely on e-mail, telephone, fax, USPS mail, and UPS for order placement, confirmation, payment, and fulfillment. We accept payment by check, money order, or American Express.)
Last updated: 29 November 2006.