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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.


by Clark Allen |

Dolores Huerta and George Rodriguez reflect on their lives and work while examining his new book, Double Vision.


by Clark Allen |

FWY is the follow-up book to photographer David Black’s acclaimed and out-of-print 2016 monograph, Cerro Gordo. It is a surrealist portrait of a population stranded in an endless traffic jam.    Black portrays the striated landscape of Los Angeles as an energy vortex; imagining the freeways as the central circulatory system...

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