New York: Larry Clark, 1983. 1st Edition. Folio, publisher's photo-illustrated stiff paper wraps, spine titled in black.
"since i became a photographer i always wanted to turn back the years. always wished i had a camera when i was a boy....in 1972 and 73 the kid brothers in the neighborhood took me with them in their teen lust scene. it took me back." Clark's spiritual-sexual autobiography, the follow-up to his 1971 classic Tulsa, and a continuation of that book's unstinting look at the "outlaw life," as led by Clark and his friends throughout the 1960s and 70s, in Oklahoma, New York, and elsewhere. Illustrated throughout with full-page black-and-white photos and a handful of color snapshots; with an autobiographical essay. Signed by Clark in black ink on the title-page. Light shelfwear to lower edges, faint finger-soiling to wraps. Near fine. Item #57