|INTERVIEWS WITH ICONS Flashing
On The Sixties
By Lisa Law. In this new book you will find her candid and revealing interviews with 28 personalities who gave form and substance to that remarkable time, including Dennis Hopper, Graham Nash, Timothy Leary, Mickey Hart, Johnny Rivers, Peter Fonda, Allen Ginsberg, Wavy Gravy, Ram Dass, Steve Gaskin, Taj Majal, Paul Krassner, Peter Coyote, Mountain Girl (Wife of Jerry Garcia) and Keith McHenry (founder of Food Not Bombs). Lisa Law uses these interviews to expand and explain the marching orders for a whole generation: “make love, not war”, “tune in, turn on, drop out”, “Question Authority.” These Flower Power representatives reminisce on everything from communes to the bomb, from Native Americans to LSD, from the death of JFK to the death of rock & roll. While other were dropping acid and partying to the max, New Mexico’s Lisa Law was dropping another roll of film in her camera to capture the 60’s scene for posterity. Lisa is an honorary member of the Hog Farm commune, and she and Jahanara Romney ran the free food kitchen at the original Woodstock Festival in 1969. Lisa’s award winning film “Flashing on the Sixties”, her footage from Woodstock, her memorable still photos (Janis Joplin, The Beatles and Bob Dylan), and now this book make her unquestionably the great documentarian of the life and times of ‘60s. Published Retail Price: $20.00 (listed on Amazon at $16.00) Special---$8.00.
|FAMOUS PEOPLE I HAVE KNOWN
By Ed McClanahan. The presence of Ken Kesey and other once-and-future Pranksters looms throughout McClanahan's serio-comic autobiography. $14.00
|JACK KEROUAC, KING OF THE BEATS:
By Barry Miles is an intimate biography of the writer who has become an American icon. Here is the story of Kerouac as never told before, Barry draws on his close friendship with Ginsberg and Burroughs to offer new insight into both the exuberance and dismay of this symbol of freedom. Hardback, $25.00.
|FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS.
By Hunter S. Thompson. A savage journey to the heart of the American dream. By Hunter S. Thompson. Illustrations by Ralph Steadman. A descent into Las Vegas with a convertible trunkload of numerous mind-altering drugs, guns, and enough alcohol to supply the district attorneys convention. This is a wild ride. $11.00.
Eric Drookers provocative images reflecting life at the turn of the millennium, ads new dimension and urgency to Ginsberg's Poems. Containing two never before published works by Ginsberg, and 34 poems including the complete "Howl." $19.00.
|COLLECTED POEMS 1947-1980.
By Allen Ginsberg. This huge volume of poetry contains all of Ginsberg's poetry through 1980, chronologically arranged, and includes the classics: Howl, Kaddish, Reality Sandwiches, and Planet News, Fall of America, and Mind Breath., others. $23.00.
A stunning, intimate collection of beautiful black and white photographs by Christopher Felver, collected over a twenty-year friendship, underlining Ferlingetti's poignant friendship with poets and comrades throughout his long, hilarious, and generous career. Beautiful, hardback, $25.00 . Sale today $21.00
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