1. Anne Hoy, Fabrications (1987). A classic anthology and critical text about the staged, altered, and appropriated 1980s.
2. Michael Lesy, Long Time Coming (2002). Lesy expands from Wisconsin Death Trip to consider the FSA's take on American social history.
3. Weston Naef, Era of Exploration (1976). The groundbreaking (no pun intended) text that advanced landscape photography as a distinct mode of seeing.
4. Patricia Bosworth, Diane Arbus (1984). When this book came out I was in the midst of studying Arbus and Winogrand; this was beyond eye-opening.
5. Bill Jay, 61 Pimlico (1998). A little naughty, and very beautiful, with tipped-in plates and a discreet blue cover.
6. John Pilson, Interregna (2007). This book records the imminent meltdown that gutted America's economy the year after it was published.
7. Bastienne Schmidt, Vivir La Muerte (1996). Bold and touching study of life with death.
For details on these books please see the list on LibraryThing via librarything.com/catalog.php?view=GGSlade&collection=290153&shelf=list&sort=authorunflip
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