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The Imagination: A Celebration
of Arts and Disability

In June 2010, VSA, The International Organization on Arts and Disability (founded by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith and affiliated with The Kennedy Center), held the largest festival of arts and disability in the world. More than 600 artists from 67 countries converged on Washington, D.C. for the week-long arts festival and educational conferences. This book's intent was to commemorate that moment in VSA's history and also build awareness of VSA and its mission. The book needed to be accessible to people of all abilities and included Braille on the dust jacket, font sizing sensitive to those with low vision, an audio translation for the blind and uncoated paper stock for ease of page turning. It also needed to be beautifully presented -- a piece of art in its own right. Both in its content and design, the book was emblematic of VSA's mission to promote the arts and education for people of all abilities.







St. Timothy's School: A History from 1882-2008

On September 14, 1882, Sarah Randolph Carter opened St. Timothy’s School, a “select school for young ladies” in Catonsville, Maryland. This book traces the school's history from that date forward using primary source materials and interviews with former students, faculty and administrators to create an engaging narrative.












Images of America : Maryland Steeplechasing

“I found the book to be a well written, informative and an enjoyable read. She did a beautiful job of capturing the spirit of the sport in both the compilation of photos and in the written word.” — Amazon review


Maryland Steeplechasing brings together visual images of Maryland 's three most coveted races for the first time in one volume. Using historical photographs from private collections and the portfolios of professional sport photographers, this pictorial history takes the reader back in time to the first Maryland Hunt Cup and through to a new century of racing. Rare photographs depict rivalries, victories and defeats, as well as the owners, trainers and jockeys who made the sport great. This volume exemplifies that steeplechase racing in Maryland is an enduring tradition regardless of the progress of history.