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Thursday, October 28, 2010

These Books Is Off Tha Hooks!

Now, normally, the only thing we endorse reading are subtitles. But we've gone and made another exception and added a few quirky, cool and compelling books alongside our magazines. We plan on adding more so if you're looking for an offbeat holiday gift, stop in and have a page through!

Here are a few of the titles on our shelves now!

POOP CULTURE: How America Is Shaped By Its Grossest National Product
Poop Culture dissects the latest taboo, smashing the fear and embarrassment that manipulates our view of the one thing we all have in common.



FERMENTING REVOLUTION: How to Drink Beer and Save the World
Fermenting Revolution tells you how to drink beer and change the world. With passion and humor, it reveals how "beer activists" around the globe are leading the sustainability movement - with its values of cooperation, the protection and celebration of nature, and the nurturing of equitable communities - against the onslaught of corporate globalization. This book documents beer's spiritual roots.



THE INTIMATE SEX LIVES OF FAMOUS PEOPLE
The celebrated Wallace family returns to their groundbreaking historical romp with a dozen new entries about Tupac Shakur, Ayn Rand, Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison, Carlos Castaneda, Michael Hutchence, Anna Nicole Smith, Wilt Chamberlain and others that reveal the intimate intersections between sex and celebrity.



A PANORAMA OF AMERICAN FILM NOIR (1941-1953)
A Panorama of American Film Noir addresses the essential amorality of its subject from a decidedly Surrealist angle, focusing on noir's dreamlike, unwonted, erotic, ambivalent, and cruel atmosphere, and setting it in the social context of mid-century America.



MEXICAN PULP ART
Never before seen in an English or Spanish language edition are the lurid and often surreal images used for '60s and early '70s Mexican pulp novels and comic covers.

1 comment:

  1. You see the movie Jim Morrison Last Day?
    You can see at http://jim-morrison-fanclub.blogspot.com/
    It's very strange.
    What you think?

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