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Santa Cruz: Black Powder Press, 2009. 32p., 5.5x8.5 inches, wraps, staplebound pamphlet. From the publisher's description: "Originally a lecture presented to the Workers Education Association, this is an impartial and analytical dissertation on the background of Green Anarchist thought as it emerged in Britain during the mid-70's, and later in...
San Francisco: California College of the Arts, 2009. Unpaginated, perhaps a hundred fifty pages, sewn textblock of super high quality paperstock with original (color) and period (sepia) photography every leaf. Design is eminent, the panoramic and other sorts of photographs are terrific, a splendid little book that is also useful...
[Berkeley]: Self-published by the author, 1997. [32p] 5.5x8.5 inches, cartoon-'zine and political tract, lightly-used 'zine in stapled white wraps. "Antonio Roman-Alcalá is an educator, researcher, writer, and organizer based in Berkeley, California who has worked for just sustainable food systems for the past 15 years. Antonio co-founded San Francisco’s Alemany.....
Los Angeles [project office]: Environmental Defense, 2004. Variously paginated (easily 200p.), 19p. (summary volume), alkaline paperstock throughout, largely text and graphs with some nice color photography and b&w period photos sensitively reproduced; in two parts, matching formats: 11x8.5 inch wraps, faintest edgewear, near-fine copies.