Follows the circle of six as they protect the world--and their hearts--from a vampire who is determined to rule the earth.
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Penguin, Pages: 341 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 0515141666

Passion takes Meredith and Alexander, for whom fame and fortune are seemingly guarenteed, from Malibu and Beverly Hills to New York and Paris, but an explosive secret threatens to destroy their glittery world with scandal
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Berkley Publishing Group, Pages: 489 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 0425108392

When Kenny Pearl arrived in New York City, determined to succeed as a dancer, he was penniless, friendless and jobless. His memories shine against the backdrop of the turbulent ’60s and ’70s, including Vietnam War protests, the military draft and the rampant crime that once plagued the city. From humble beginnings in the hippie-populated Lower East Side, to performing with the greats of the New York modern dance scene—he danced with the companies of both Martha Graham and Alvin Ailey—Pearl’s life is one of tenacity, hard work and passion. This is the engaging story of the hurdles he faced on his unique journey and the remarkable people he met along the way.
Genre: Performing Arts, Editor: FriesenPress, Pages: 288 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781460262719

When Kent Nerburn received a letter from Jennifer, a young woman questioning her calling to spend her life in the arts, the writer and artist was struck by how closely her questions mirrored the doubts and yearnings of his own youth. Nerburn resolved that he would write his own letter: a letter of welcome and encouragement to all young artists setting out on the same strange and magical journey, sharing the wisdom of a life spent working in the arts. From struggles with money and the bitterness of rejection, to spiritual questions of inspiration and authenticity, Dancing With the Gods offers insight, solace and courage to help young artists on the winding road to artistic fulfilment. Tender and joyous, it is a celebration of art's power to transform the darkest of human experience and give voice to the grandest of human hopes.
Genre: Self-Help, Editor: Canongate Books, Pages: 141 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781786891167

This book is an ode to the mythological heritage of Bharatanatyam. The visual narrative captures the rich heritage of this temple dance and its original exponents, the Devadasis or 'handmaidens of the deity'. Its repertoire of movements and moods bring alive the fascinating stories of Hindu gods and goddesses and their kaleidoscopic lives. In the following pages, the authors have traced the myths and legends that are cherished in our performing arts, to delight the culture-curious reader. And what is interesting is that in these stories, the reader will discover the inter-connectedness of ancient mythologies around the world. Perhaps such discoveries go a long way in validating the role that art plays in connecting civilizations. The book is designed to engage the reader without pedagogy or scholastic strictures, but with a lightness of touch, that entertains while it informs. Because the vision here is to weave information, anecdotes and trivia, together in the spirit of a popular cultural ranconteur. Replete with rare photographs curated from the Sohinimoksha World Dance and Communications archives, complemented by a lucid narrative that wraps facts in the language of romance and adventure, this book promises to be a collector's item for those who value the legacy of India's most celebrated dance form. For glimpses of some live performances by Sohini Roychowdhury, and her Sohinimoksha World Dance troupe, celebrating the music, dance, mythology of India and the World, go on-line to 'Dancing With The God.... with Sohinimoksha World Dance' at
Genre: Dance, Editor: , Pages: 96 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 8194643384

The dances and ceremonials of the Native Americans of the Southwest are described and explained this information, authentic guidebook. The author, internationally famous Erna Fergusson, has drawn upon many years of personal observation and careful research. The principal religious ceremonies of the Pueblo Indians of the Rio Grande, as well as those of the Zuñi and Hopi, are represented with an understanding of their background and significance. The reader learns about such colorful events as the Corn Dances and the Eagle Dance, and spectacular ceremonies like the Shaloko of Zuñi and the Snake-dances of the Hopis. Navajo and Apache ceremonials are covered at length, with an introduction to the life-patterns of these remarkable people. Besides the principal dances widely attended by tourists, this book discusses many of the lesser-known but equally interesting and dramatic happenings which have been a part of the religious life of Southwestern Native Americans for hundreds of years. Sixteen full-page illustrations of paintings by prominent artists give insight into the subject.
Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Editor: Pickle Partners Publishing, Pages: 208 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781789125306

Relating the rigors of dance to the travails of the alchemical opus, the author, herself a former Martha Graham dancer, allows us to experience the process that for many gives birth to an enhanced awareness of the Self. A timely reminder of the interaction between body and soul.
Genre: Medical, Editor: , Pages: 124 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: STANFORD:36105041039483

"In a time of great changes in culture and consciousness, ancient biblical wisdom may reveal new meanings and points the way toward spiritual and social renewal"--
Genre: Religion, Editor: Orbis Books, Pages: in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781608338641

Journey through ancient Africa by immersing yourself in this riveting story. View the world through the eyes of the enthralling characters as they dance to the hymns played by whatever gods they serve. King Ewuare is dead; another King has been captured. Now, vultures are circling to devour the once-great kingdom, Mombaka. Across all five kingdoms below the Moon Sea, new alliances are being forged to replace old ones as Kings and Queens vie for power. After betraying and leading her husband to slaughter, Queen Meha and her son, Kendi, return home to collect her prize as she watches the little boy ascend the throne. Princess Jamila remains in Amarea, navigating her way through an uneasy marriage to the Amarean Crown Prince, Gambo, with only her wits to aid her. Queen Idioba journeys deep into the mythical Agbon forest in search of a cure for the cursed Prince, Kamunde, facing many mysterious creatures on her way. Foreign merchantmen arrive in Songhai, bringing a new religion accompanied by peace and prosperity on the one hand, and chaos and destruction on the other. Across the Moon Sea, Eweka climbs up the ranks in the Vulkan army, while Lehani travels across treacherous lands and stormy waters to have her revenge on him. Up in the cold mountains and the valleys in-between, the Orbs continue rising, gaining power and strength as the lighting god prepares to unleash the great war upon them all.
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Ghagerian Publishing, Pages: 360 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781916222021

Full history of Cambodian Dance
Genre: History, Editor: River Books, Pages: 144 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: UOM:39015072797718