Volumizer: The Week in Books, 10/17-10/23

Posted by Nick Curley

Our rundown of the week in books.

10/17 – 10/23


Charles Burns, X’ed Out (Pantheon, $19.95)

Ken Sharp, Starting Over: the Making of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Double Fantasy (MTV, $26.99)

Nathan Rabin, My Year of Flops: The A.V. Club Presents One Man’s Journey Deep Into the Heart of Cinematic Failure (Scribner, $15.00)


Bill Flanagan, Evening’s Empire (Simon and Shuster, $16.00)

John Barth, The Development (Mariner, $14.95)


Nan Goldin & Guido Costa, Nan Goldin (Phaidon, $12.95)

10/24 – 10/31


William Eggleston/Michael Almereyda, For Now (Twin Palms, $65.00)

James Hamilton (intro by Thurston Moore), You Should Have Heard What I Just Seen (Ecstatic Peace, $75.00)

Julian Schnabel, Art and Film (Art Gallery of Toronto, $40.00)

Brandon Stusoy/Kai Althoff, Mirror Me (Primary Information, $12.00)

Wim Wenders, Once (D.A.P., $29.95)

Thurston Moore, In Silver Rain with a Purple Key (Ecstatic Peace, $50.00)

Laura Mesequer, Typomag: Typography in Magazines (Index Books, $24.95)

David Raskin, Donald Judd: Specifics (Yale University Press, $55.00)

Douglas Kirkland, Michael Jackson: The Making of Thriller (Filipacchi, $30.00)

NPR / Susan Stamberg / Cokie Roberts, This is NPR: The First 40 Years (Chronicle, $29.95)

Kevin Cummins, Joy Division (Rizzoli, $45.00)

Keith Richards, Life

Stefan Wul, Fantastic Planet

Gary Indiana, Last Seen Entering the Biltmore

Will Self, The Undivided Self


William T. Vollman, Imperial (Penguin, $35.00)


David Thomson’s Film Book.