Trailblazer: Delilah Beasley’s California
with fiction by Dana Johnson

7.5″ x 10.5″ / 42 pages / Paperback

This collection celebrates the legacy of American writer Delilah Leontium Beasley, the first collector of the histories of black Californians, by reimagining her life through fictional and biographical writings. This publication is part of “Beside the Edge of the World,” an exhibition produced by Clockshop, now on view at The Huntington. Price does not include tax and shipping.

 

Inhabitants and Visitors
by Robin Coste Lewis

5″ x 7″ / 20 pages / Chapbook

This chapbook by the poet laureate of Los Angeles offers a lyrical ode to the black communities of Walden Pond. This publication is part of “Beside the Edge of the World,” an exhibition produced by Clockshop, now on view at The Huntington. Price does not include tax and shipping.

 

Another World Lies Beyond
by Rosten Woo

8.5″ x 11″ / 12 pages / Zine

This limited edition zine is part of Rosten Woo’s artist project for “Beside the Edge of the World,” an exhibition produced by Clockshop, now on view at The Huntington. Woo presents a series of nested stories inserted onto the Huntington’s gardens as an interpretive layer that gives visitors a chance to use this walled space for political reflection. Price does not include tax and shipping.

 

Utopias Book Bundle

Get all three of our publications from Beside The Edge of The World. Price does not include tax and shipping.

 

Radio Imagination:
Artists and Writers in the Archive of Octavia E. Butler

7″ x 9.75″ / 138 pages / Paperback

This limited edition catalog of Clockshop’s celebration of Octavia E. Butler features newly commissioned writing by Tisa Bryant, Lynell George, Robin Coste Lewis, and Fred Moten, and artworks by Laylah Ali, Malik Gaines and Alexandro Segade, Lauren Halsey, Mendi + Keith Obadike, and Connie Samaras. Price does not include tax and shipping. Price does not include tax and shipping.

 

California Book Bundle

Get all three of our publications highlighting the works of black Californian women. Price does not include tax and shipping.


 

Bowtie Project Tote

Based on a 1930 blueprint for the historic Taylor Yard, this double-sided tote bag illustrates portions of the Bowtie Project as well as surrounding street names from the Bowtie-adjacent neighborhoods of Atwater Village, Frogtown and Glassell Park. This blueprint is being used with permission from the Orange Empire Railway Museum. Special thanks to Noémie Despland-Lichtert. Limited number available. Price does not include tax and shipping.

 

Sun + Soil Herbarium Poster

In 2017, Clockshop commissioned renowned ecologist and professional forager Nance Klehm to create an herbarium, archiving the botanic life at the Bowtie Project and within the LA River. This poster highlights a selection of Klehm’s plant pressings. Price does not include tax and shipping.

 

If you’d like to carry copies of any of our books in your bookstore or library, please email ana@clockshop.org.