I've posted two links to the renewed edition of Jason Eskenazi's fine book Wonderland in the past couple of days. I've just heard from Jason, who says, "Wonderland stocks are dwindling fast. Last 100 copies. Prices will change very very soon.
"Just giving your readers a heads up. Thanks!"
A very small book in covers of thick, rough cardboard, the pictures are divided by the gutter and fill each spread, but the binding allows the pictures to open fairly flat. Although unconventional, it seems to work well, and if you give the pictures sufficient attentiveness the book is very moving. Not for nothing has it received widespread attention and praise.
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Stan B.: "The book reads like an encapsulated volume of life fully lived, with all the grandiose drama and poignant smaller moments so characteristic of Russian poetry. Life and love, youth and longing, unsparing reality and the rituals we humans create, celebrate, and endure. All within the confines of two grey slabs of cardboard. It's the perfect portable photo bible you'll want to have with you wherever you go, just to remind yourself what good photography really looks like. Meet your maker out in the cold cruel world with this on ya, and they may not know if you can take a picture worth a lick, but they will know you got taste!"