$22, shipping included. This fine paperback book printed on heavy stock is the career retrospective of the punk rock and performance art maven Lisa Carver’s final Suckdog tour. It has first-person stories in Lisa’s inimitable style as well as many illustrations and photos, in both color and black and white (some nude and for adults only!) from her shows going back to the very beginning in the 1980’s. THIS BOOK WILL ARRIVE SIGNED INITIALED BY THE AUTHOR. Email Robert@BookCabal.com or call 619-992-9211.
So I’ve decided on $80 each for the two signed copies of PORNO by Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh which I’m considering selling at a slight discount as a pair. One is exceedingly rare as it’s the advance-press paperback that was sent to reviewers. The other is the hardcover general market first-edition. These can be sold as a set, so the dedicated connoisseur/collector can compare and contrast any text variations that may exist between the advance-review copy and the first-edition. Both are in like-new, exceptionally fine condition. The hardcover first edition is covered in a clear mylar wrap. I’m including some related ephemera such as the email printout from the publisher’s press contact and my handwritten notes from Welsh’s book signing in 2002 at the Beverly Hills Library. Serious parties can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll give a 5% discount for cash buyers. Enjoy!
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The photos below show the southwestern terminus of Point Loma Avenue as seen from miles and miles away in La Jolla, at the South Bird Rock viewpoint. This image was shot hand-held, I might humbly add, although my elbows were resting on the fencepost.
If you look closely you can see the powder-blue walls of The Inn at Sunset Cliffs, 1370 Sunset Cliffs Blvd, San Diego, CA 92107. A great place to shoot a wedding, I can attest. It was about 130 steps or so from my front door when I was in the apartments up the street for several years, at the corner of Ebers and Pt. Loma.
I’m loving the reach of this 600mm. The only thing holding it back is the pixel resolution. I might need to go full-frame body.