THE DELCO YEARS. An Interactive Graphic Novel by Ned Buntline as Channeled Through Bill Owens. Illustrations by Francesca Cosanti.

Hayward: Bill Owens, 2022. Francesca Cosanti. First edition. Softcover. This copy is signed by Bill Owens on the half-title page. Designed by Kate Jordahl. A semi-autobiography/memoir written by the photographer (Suburbia) and craft beer pioneer (and master brewer) Bill Owens, the same who snapped those telling photographs at the Rolling Stones concert at Altamont Speedway outside Livermore, California on December 6, 1969. Owen's explains his graphic novel; "The Delco Years was written in 1999 and put away for 21 years. Then in the fall of 2020, for some uknown reason (COVID-19), I started rewriting and added illustrations." Up front Owens apologizes to any and all he has libeled in this novel (graphic). "I'm ADD-HD and pay AT&T an extra ten dollars a month for the "HD." Any connection to people living or dead is probably intended, but most likely purely by happenstance. This story is true except for the parts I made up." But remember, a Delco car battery will last five years, we call these the DELCO YEARS." 160 pages that are illustrated. This book consists of: 27760 words, 76 web links to verify the truth, and 194 color and 44 black and white illustrations. A fine copy in the original perfect bound photo illustrated wrappers. Item #14918
ISBN: 9798986094205

Price: $40.00

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