Pop Life: America in the Age of Pop

Pop Life is a collection of essays across four broad themes: film & television, music & hi-fi audio, video games, the political & personal. Author Daniel Thomas MacInnes tackles every aspect of "the pop life" with biting wit, humor and keen insight, bringing readers on an illuminating journey across the cultural landscape. More
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About Daniel Thomas MacInnes

Daniel Thomas MacInnes is an experienced writer, editor and visual artist, and the founder of the movie website Ghibli Blog. As a pop culture critic and essayist with over 20 years' experience, his writings have appeared in print and digital media, including GamePro, NewType Gaming and Time Out London.

He has contributed to the animation books Mi Vecino Miyazaki and Antes De Mi Vecino Miyazaki, the Discotek Media DVD release Lupin the 3rd: The Complete First TV Series, and was greatly involved in the DVD and Blu-Ray release Horus, Prince of the Sun.

He is the author of multiple popular culture, art and photography books including the following titles:

Zen Arcade: Classic Video Game Reviews
Pop Life: America in the Age of Pop
Greatest Hits: An Anthology in Four Volumes
Bocanada: A Journal of Pop Culture and the Arts
U2: Experience + Innocence
Depeche Mode: Spirit
Lincoln Park Zoo
Garfield Park Conservatory
War & Peace: Digital Art
Chicago Brown Line
Keith Haring: Chicago Mural
Daltrey at the Park
Farewell, Chicago Tribune
Trinitron Euphoria

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