Turlington authored Living Yoga: Creating A Life Practice (Hyperion, 2002).
Her new book, The Bag Lady Papers, comes out in February from Hyperion.
Joshua Lyon is the author of Pill Head: The Secret Life of a Painkiller Addict (Hyperion).
A year ago, Bernie Madoff wiped out Alexandra Penney—whose new book, The Bag Lady Papers, comes out in February from Hyperion.
Excerpted from Strings Attached: One Tough Teacher and the Gift of Great Expectations, published by Hyperion, copyright 2013.
Eos, the goddess of the dawn, the daughter of Hyperion, and the sister of Helios and Selene.
One of our men was in the Hyperion, managed to stay alive, and has been sending data.
I picked it up, and I knew that I was in the presence of the Hyperion.
His 'Hyperion' is a fine monument, and will cause his name to last.
Sleep and Poetry, Endymion, and Hyperion represent very well three stages in the poet's thought and art.
a Titan, son of Uranus and Gaea, later identified with Apollo, from Greek, literally "he who looks from above."
An MS-DOS personal computer that was manufactured in Kanata (near Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) in the mid-1980s. It received considerable government subsidies and, while it was considered well-designed and manufactured and a real threat to the Compaq Portable, the Ottawa firm that designed it was unable to beat Compaq.