If you didn’t secure one via the Kickstarter project, you can now buy the Welsh Mod: Our Story book by Claire Mahoney online.
You probably need a knowledge of Spanish to get the most out of it, but Mods by Dani Llabres and Tete Navarro is still interesting regardless.
Yes, he’s got another book coming your way. Specifically, the Dead Straight Guide to Mod by Paul Anderson.
I’ve never heard of this particular publication, so I’m presuming a good many others aren’t going to know it either. But there is a copy of the All That Mods! Japanese book on eBay right now.
We have been looking forward to the arrival of Mods – The New Religion! by Paul ‘Smiler’ Anderson, as there’s every chance that it could be the definitive book on the 1960s mod scene. However, we have some good news and bad news.
Fancy watching an animation showing how the Vespa has changed in 60 years? Well, read on for Vespalogy.
Mark Raison reviews Mod: A Very British Style by Richard Weight, the lengthy and much talked-about study of Mod and its influence in subsequent years.
I’ve seen this online for some time, but details have been non-existent. So thanks to Jason Brummell for flagging up a proper listing of MOD: The Rise and Reign of British Youth Culture by Richard Weight.