Another week, another piece of mod fiction. Weekend Dancer by Talcott Levy is certainly part of a rapidly growing industry.
Thanks to Mark for letting me know about this new book, going by the title of The Scooter Chronicles: A Southern California Modyssey.
If you missed out on the hardback, Roger Daltrey: Thanks a lot Mr Kibblewhite: My Story is back in paperback.
A new paperback of the Kenney Jones – Let The Good Times Roll autobiography is now available to order.
It appeared as a hardback back in 2016, now Motown: The Sound of Young America by Adam White and Barney Ales is published by Thames and Hudson in paperback too.
Outside of Absolute Beginners and Alan Fletcher’s output, there used to be pretty much no mod-related fiction around. Things have changed drastically over the last few years though, with new titles appearing pretty much year on year. The latest on the shelves is Glory Boys by Jim Iron and John […]
These tend to go for £20+ on eBay these days, so worth flagging up this copy of the Quadrophenia paperback by Alan Fletcher, which has no bids and is stuck on its starting price of £5.
You can pre-order now, but 29th June 2015 is the publishing date for the new editions of Skinhead and Suedehead by Richard Allen.