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Lindsey Remolif Shere:

Chez Panisse Desserts.

New York: Random House, 1985. Preface by Alice Waters. Illustrated by Wayne Thiebaud. 341 pages; index. ISBN 0-394-53860-9.
Second edition (first paperback edition), 1994. ISBN 0-679-75571-3.
Available in the second edition in good bookstores anywhere.

Still available! A limited number of copies of the first edition, with the Thiebaud wrapper.
E-mail for information: Lindsey Shere
 
 
 
 

Charles Shere: Everbest Ever coverCharles Shere:

Everbest Ever: Correspondence with Bay Area Friends.

By Virgil Thomson, Charles Shere, and Margery Tede,
gathered and annotated by Charles Shere with Margery Tede.
Berkeley: Fallen Leaf Press, 1996. 95 pages; index.
ISBN 0-914913-38-7; 0-914913-39-5 (paper).
Available from Scarecrow Press and other sources.
 
 
 

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Thinking Sound Music: The Life and Music of Robert Erickson.

Berkeley: Fallen Leaf Press, 1995. Foreword by John Rockwell. With a compact disc of music by Robert Erickson.
277 pages; index. ISBN 0-914913-33-6; 0-914913-42-5 (paper).
Available from Scarecrow Press and other sources.
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, Even Recent Cultural History.

Lebanon: Frog Peak, 1995. 98 pages; index.
ISBN 0-945996-07-1; 0-945996-06-3 (paper).
Available from Frog Peak Music.

 
 
 
 
 

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Why I Read Stein.

Oakland: Mills College Center for the Book, 2002. Foreword by Sumner Carnahan.
40 pages.
Available from the publisher and the author.

 
 
Uncompromising Vision: the Art of Jack Jefferson. [San Francisco:] Hacket-Freedman Gallery, Inc., and the Wiegand Gallery, Notre Dame de Namur University, 2004.
Introduction by Charles Strong; Rediscovering Jack Jefferson by Gerald Nordland; Jack Jefferson: Works on Paper by Charles Shere.

80 pages.
Available from the Hackett-Freedman Gallery.
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How I Saw Duchamp coverHow I Saw Duchamp. Healdsburg: Ear Press, 2004. No. 5 in the Frog Peak Guppy series. 32 pages.
A lecture given Sept. 12, 2003, at the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten, Utrecht, on the composition of the opera The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even.
Available from Frog Peak Music.

 
 

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