Octavo, softcover, VG in white and red pictorial dj. Revised edition. Foreword by Floyd Salas. seventeen personal essays by a fifth-generation Californian about growing up in the Golden State, experiencing both the uniqueness of place and the universals of family, friends, love, and aging. These essays explore actual people and places as they influenced this popular California writer. 96 pp. including notes on author.
xi, 90p., first edition glossy trade-size wraps (mugshot of author and wife), a very good copy signed by author Haslam across title page. Salas' intro starts, "Personal is the word for these esays. I felt deep emotion. I'm reminded of James Baldwin.." The "personal" that caught Salas' eye appears to be a good old California mother-fixation; but he got better.
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