JRHS book  

JACKRABBIT HOMESTEAD: Tracing the Small Tract Act in the Southern California Landscape, 1938-2008, Kim Stringfellow Press, 2016 (softcover)

A print-on-demand 2nd edition is now available for purchase for $30 US plus shipping & handling at this link: http://www.blurb.com/b/7632674-jackrabbit-homestead. Please note that books will not be signed by the author as these copies are directly shipped from the printer. Hardcover first edition is now sold out.

Stringfellow attacks her subject as a historian, a collector, and a photographer with the vision of a Walker Evans on acid.
–Danny Lyon, author of The Bikeriders and Conversations with the Dead

Stringfellow’s mix of natural and cultural history, social criticism, and art is a smart and succinct addition to the top shelf of desert geographies.
–Bill Fox, author of In the Desert of Desire: Las Vegas and the Culture of Spectacle

Salton Sea book  

GREETINGS FROM THE SALTON SEA: Folly and Intervention in the Southern California Landscape, 1905-2005, Center for American Places, 2011 (softcover)

Signed and inscribed copies of this book may purchased securely through PayPal for $25.00 US. California residents are charged CA sales tax. Please specify the name you would like to have inscribed on the book's frontpiece below. US domestic orders are charged $3.99 for shipping & handling per book. International orders are charged $16.75 US shipping & handling per book. Orders ship normally within one week upon placement.

The Salton Sea is one of the great conundrums for our time—a new place already in
ruins, a toxic place that is also a wild bird refuge, a strange mix of debris and sublimity
that Kim Stringfellow’s pictures and history portray compellingly.

–Rebecca Solnit, author of River of Shadows and other books

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26 Abandoned Jackrabbit Homesteads  

TWENTYSIX ABANDONED JACKRABBIT HOMESTEADS, signed and numbered edition of 25 softcover perfect-bound books

This is a self-published limited edition of 25 based on Ed Ruscha's seminal, Twentysix Gas Stations photo book originally published in 1962. Twentysix Abandoned Jackrabbit Homesteads is included in Various Small Books published by MIT Press in February 2013, edited by Jeff Brouws, Wendy Burton and Hermann Zschiegner. This book was also included in the 2013 Gagosian Madison Avenue exhibit Ed Ruscha Books & Co. This edition is now sold out.

Please contact Kim Stringfellow via email if you are interested in purchasing archival edition prints from one or both of these projects.