The Independent Publisher announced its 2015 Independent Publisher Regional and Ebook Awards, presented to the year's best titles, which include a Gold Medal to "The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution.
The prestigious IPPY Awards recognize the deserving books published by independent authors and publishers. Established as the first awards program open exclusively to independents, over 3... more
Another rave review of "The Haight" (PDF version).the_haight-mbr_.pdf
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Jim Marshall's success as a photographer can be attributed to his insistence on one non-negotiable term from his subjects:
Access to everything.
"He'd rather not be paid and not eat than not have total access," says Amelia Davis, his former assistant.
Love, Rock and Revolution at SXSW.
SXSW attendees are invited to an hourlong All Access panel discussion with Amelia Davis, musicologist Joel Selvin, photographer Jay Blakesberg and musician/educator Jorma Kaukonen, dishing on legendary photographer and Grammy Trustees Award-winner Jim Marshall and his place in music history. Check out the venue and details at... more
Publishers Weekly: "The Haight," a gorgeous collection of photographs.
This gorgeous collection of photographs (most of them black and white), by one of the pioneers of rock photography, documents the epicenter of the countercultural revolution: San Francisco's Haight District in the mid- to late-1960s. Images of protesters and everyday residents of the Haight mingle with candid shots... more
Never-before-seen 1960s photographic work by legendary San Francisco rock and roll photographer Jim Marshall is featured in “The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution,” an exhibit opening Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism.
The show runs through May at the school’s Reva and David Logan Gallery of Documentary Photography at North Gate Hall, located on... more
Rolling Stone Magazine names "The Haight" one of the best music books of 2014. See the list here: Rolling Stone
Books by artists and about artists, books that are works of art—it was a great year for the coffee table book, from Goya to Dalí, from tattoos to World War I in color.
The counterculture movement of the 1960s is one of the most continually fascinating and endlessly examined milestones of the twentieth century. Widely regarded as the cradle of the social revolution, the Haight grew from a small neighborhood in San Francisco to a worldwide phenomenon—a concept that extended far beyond the boundaries of the intersection itself. Nearly fifty years later, the... more