Lord George Byron was born January 22, 1788, in London, England, and died April 19, 1824, in Missolonghi, Greece. He is known as one of the best British Romantic poets and satirists of all time, penning works such as Hours of Idleness (1807), Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (1812-1818), The Giaour (1813), The Bride of Abydos (1813), Lara (1814), The Corsair (1814), Don Juan (1818, but unfinished), and more. Even though he is known as a Romantic poet, he actually wrote a lot in reference to his own experiences, (even if they were a little promiscuous and full of heartbreak, affairs, and seduction), and was dubbed a freethinking “bad boy.”
Following the unrest in the capitol on Wednesday, Simon & Schuster has announced that it will no longer be publishing Senator Josh Hawley’s upcoming book.
This vibrant collection of wall art is a tribute to the incredible work of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Sourcebooks is donating fifty percent of the proceeds to the causes that Ginsburg believed in and supported throughout her life.
Brittany Vibbert, Sourcebooks’ Senior Art Director on this project, took a moment to share with us the process of how this calendar got off the ground and running, while incorporating many female and diverse artists from around the world.
Keep an eye out for Volume One of Barack Obama’s presidential memoirs, A Promised Land, set to hit the shelves November 17th.
Set in a near but dystopian future, Americans are chipped and tracked everywhere they go.