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Chicago 1968: 50th Anniversary
Book & Exhibition from H&B Press

by Sybil Perez |

Mark your calendars, Chicago. On Friday, September 14th, H&B Press will be in town for the opening night reception of Chicago 1968: The Whole World is Watching, a book and exhibition featuring the work of rock photographer extraordinaire Michael Cooper and satirical scribe Terry Southern. The photographs—taken during the protests of the 1968 Democratic National Convention and ensuing police riots—have...

Three New Titles from H&B Press

by Sybil Perez |

Hat & Beard Press is proud to announce the upcoming release of Chicago 1968, SF Eyes, and Home: A Nice Place to Visit, three new titles set to come out in late summer and fall of this year.


by Sybil Perez |

Farewell, My Dudes: 69 Dystopian Haikus is officially sold out and with that, H&B is up to six out-of-print titles, half of our first dozen releases. First to go was Belladonna of Sadness (back in 2017), followed by Slash: A Punk Rock Magazine From Los Angeles, 1977-80; Beyond the Beyond: Music From the Films of David Lynch (one of our first books);...

H&B Analogue Gift Shop at Desert & Denim

by Sybil Perez |

This weekend we're in Joshua Tree at the Institute of Mentalphysics, tending our Analogue Gift Shop at the fourth annual Desert & Denim Festival. Along with Hat & Beard Press titles, we'll have vintage handpicked books from The Librarian, cool records from the folks at Read More


by Clark Allen |

You may have noticed that Hat & Beard expanded its production company into the movie arena last year with the critically acclaimed Along for the Ride, a documentary film directed by Nick Ebeling that charts the life and times of Dennis Hopper, focusing on his “blacklisted years” (1971-1986); as told through Hopper’s long-time right-hand man, Satya de la Manitou.

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