Sunday, September 10, 2017

RAVER STORIES PROJECT - release party was the BOMB!

Hey folks!

Good news! The official book release party for "THE RAVER STORIES PROJECT" was last night, and it was a blast! It was held at Industry DTLA, the same location that was used for the "DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM" release party! We brought in a few more people than the last party this time around, and a good time was had by all!

First off, the DJs we had were all fantastic. HUGE thanks to Kimberly St. John, JS2 (J Splat and Daemia) and Richard Enos! Big shout-outs to our great sponsors, Perfectomundo Tequiila and Icelandic Glacial Water! Huge thanks to Christina King for letting us use his place once again! And of course, and ENORMOUS thanks to all of the wonderful people who attended! Here are a few pics to show you what it was like:

...and how about some video to go with that?

More big announcements to come, some book-related, some not. STAY TUNED!!

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Sayonara, Gojira-san: Haruo Nakajima, 1929 - 2017

It's funny how so many people can say that their lives have been changed by the movies, or even a single movie actor. However, usually that means an actor whose face is known to millions. Haruo Nakajima became one of the most influential and important actors of his generation, and did so with the public not knowing what he looked like until years later. That's because Nakajima was the first to play Godzilla, the biggest and most insanely successful Japanese movie and pop culture export, ever.

Think about that for a minute. This man made an enormous global impact with his work, and it was done inside a hot, sweltering rubber costume with no ventilation that at its heaviest weighed over 200 pounds. To be able to emote effectively under those conditions would be next to impossible for most actors--and Nakajima did it without complaint for eighteen YEARS. Godzilla, Rodan, King Kong, Gaira, Varan, Gezorah, he played them all. When he got the call from Hollywood in the 60s, his superiors at Toho Studios begged him not to go, telling him, "We can't make these movies without you!" Out of loyalty, he stayed in Japan and passed up the chance of a lifetime. But of course, he already had nailed the role of a lifetime.

I was fortunate enough to have met Mr. Nakajima twice--once in 2000, and once again a few years ago. I will always remember the first meeting, in the courtyard of the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, following a screening of the film that made his career, "Gojira". He was holding court with a group of fans, and he was delighted to be able to chat with us outside of the formal Q&A session indoors. With my heart in my throat, I told him how his movie had changed my life when I had first seen it as a boy in the 70s. He laughed, held up his index finger, and said, "Ichiban! Number One!" Hai, number one indeed. This picture is from that meeting.

I still get a little boyish giggle inside me when I tell people that I've met the biggest movie star in the world. Inevitably, they ask me, "Who? Tom Cruise? Brad Pitt?". You should see their faces when I tell them, "No...GODZILLA."--usually a mix of disbelief and envy. "You met the guy in the rubber suit???" Yes, I've met the man in the rubber suit. The biggest international movie star whose face you never saw.

Sayonara, Nakajima-san. You will be missed. BANZAI.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Thank you, Ted Kennedy

John McCain & Ted Kennedy

 So John McCain has finally stepped up to the plate and done the right thing. “The Lion Of The Senate” has chosen this moment of high drama to scuttle the GOP’s evisceration of health care in this country. It was truly a moment when he showed up on the Senate floor to high applause from his colleagues, just weeks following surgery for brain cancer. I do not doubt Senator McCain’s inner constitution or his determination to serve the people of Arizona, so a question then inevitably comes: “why now?”. Why would he choose this moment, when he so easily could have deep-sixed his party’s utterly flawed and non-workable legislation at pretty much any time in the past? What is motivating him to do this now?

The answer lies, I believe, with two things. One is the cancer itself (and the stark reminder of one’s mortality that it brings), and the other is the memory of McCain’s longtime colleague, the previous “Lion Of The Senate”, the late Senator Ted Kennedy. Despite being on opposite sides of the aisle, the two men were indeed quite close and worked together many times to craft and pass legislation that was in the end for the good of the country. Kennedy was for decades the unflinching proponent for proper health care for all Americans, something that McCain respected, even if his party’s dogma would not let him accept it wholeheartedly. For all of his flaws, Ted Kennedy was a legislator worthy of such respect, and that was something McCain never forgot, as his numerous praises for Kennedy in the years following the latter’s death from brain cancer can attest to.

The fact that Senator Kennedy died from the very same form of aggressive cancer that Senator McCain was just operated on for was certainly not lost on the Arizonan. He remembers well that Kennedy was gone a mere months after his diagnosis. At eighty years of age, McCain has no doubt had to flirt with the terrifying post-surgical thought: the end is near. He knows now that both politically and health-wise, there is not much time left. He won’t be holding any more campaigns. He is no longer beholden to his party, nor to the President—a man he despises, and with good reason. It must have given him great pleasure to be able to stick the knife between the President’s political ribs and twist it (“et tu, Brute”, indeed), following the unwarranted and disparaging remarks that the orange fool gave about McCain’s military service. The only voices the Senator must listen to now are those of his constituents, and that of his conscience.

I am under no illusion that Senator McCain is some sort of saint. His approval of Sarah Palin as his VP candidate was proof that notion is a fallacy. But neither is he a devil, and as a senior citizen, he is well aware of the consequences for his age group should Trumpcare go through. He knows what will happen to their premiums. He’s seen the numbers. It is that, along with his disdain for his fellow Senators who simply go along with things just so they can lick up the President’s table scraps, his own inevitable passing, and his respect for Senator Kennedy’s decades-long fight to ensure that McCain’s fellow seniors are looked after (along with all Americans), that are driving him now, and which drove his thumb dramatically downward on the Senate floor.

So thank you, Teddy. Thank you not only for your service to the country and the state of Massachusetts, but for providing such a heroic and stalwart example for the rest of us…something that even an occasionally courageous Republican can follow.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

New IndieGogo crowdfunding campaign for THE RAVER STORIES PROJECT is now LIVE!!

Hey folks!

GREAT NEWS! The editing for The Raver Stories Project is nearly done, and I've launched a new crowdfunding campaign on to help fund the initial printing! The campaign is only three days in, and already 20% of the financial goal has been reached! I hope that you can help contribute to this great goal as well, by making a donation of only $13.00 for a reserve copy of the book! That's below the price of the book when it goes retail! Here's the link:

The campaign lasts until March 9, so please move quickly and make your contirbution today!!

Monday, February 27, 2017

A Shout-Out From A Supermodel

Hey all,

Just did Elton John's Oscar Viewing Party once again for Getty Images last night, and was very pleasantly surprised today to discover that the one and only Heidi Klum tweeted about the dress she wore last night, and gave me a great mention in the process!
Yes, getting the attention of a supermodel is a very good thing, indeed :) Here's the link:


Sunday, September 11, 2016

John "00" Fleming, and the capturing of powerful photographs

Hello everyone,

I hope that all of you are having a good day today. I want to share something with you folks that on the surface might not seem to have much to do with DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM, as it's an event that happened just eight days ago--not an incident from the 90s glory days as chronicled in the book. However, I think you might change your mind about that after you read about what happened at Avalon Hollywood last Saturday night, September 3rd. It was going to be an old-school trance fest, as the headliners were the double billing of Christopher Lawrence and John "00" Fleming. There are few trance artists in the world that have longer pedigrees than these two, and having known both of them for a long time now (nearly twenty years in Christopher's case), I've seen them do some amazing things with audiences. If you're into trance, a night with these guys will not disappoint...and this was certainly the case at Avalon this night. Trading off on the decks on a constant basis, they brought the energy level in the room to a spectacular height.

However, something else was going on that neither Christopher nor I was aware of...something particularly intense and powerful that was going to transform this ordinary night out into something bigger. Much bigger. I'll let Christopher tell the story at this point--this is from his Instagram post about that night.

"I can’t begin to explain what a privilege it is to have John "00" Fleming [as my] best friend and DJ partner. I have never met someone with as much integrity behind the decks and in everyday life. On the night of our set at Avalon Hollywood last weekend, John received the news that his mother had passed just before we left for the show. He never mentioned this to me even as we drove to the show and did our prep and sound check. True to his professional nature and dedication to his audience, he kept silent knowing that I would worry about him if I knew and that it might effect our eight hour open to close show. How he found the strength to do this I will never know.

At Avalon that night he played the most powerful set I’ve ever heard from him. We have played many sets together but this one stood out from the others. There was a particularly intense part when John had been playing pounding techno and the crowd was loving it. I went up to him to tell him how much I was digging it when he suddenly made the dance floor erupt with an incredible emotional melody.

It was only the next day when John told me of his mother’s passing that he said the powerful techno set followed by the euphoric release was when he had been thinking of his mother. It made that intense part of his set all the more special and explained the raw emotional roller coaster his sets had been throughout the night.

John’s mother was always extremely proud of him with good reason and I know she was looking down on him that night. I felt very honored to have shared the stage with him.
It was important for me to let you know what an incredible person John is. So perhaps show him a little more love as he sets out on a three day tour of back to back open-to-close sets in Australia."

This is my photograph of the moment that Christopher was talking about. When I look at it today, it almost gives me shivers, it's such an epic and transformative moment...and I happened to catch it and immortalize it. I won't say it was completely by accident--I was there doing my job professionally, as I always strive to do--but as Christopher said, John was the only one in that room who truly knew what was going on. I didn't know. Christopher didn't know. Nobody on that stage knew. So for me as a photographer, to know that I serendipitously caught the instant where John is just about transcending into some higher plane, and knowing (now) the circumstances behind it...well, these are the moments that keep photographers going. This is what we live for--knowing that we got it.

Here's a link to a YouTube video that I shot that also captures the atmosphere pretty well. Sorry about the noisy quality.

On another, more sobering note, I wish to express my condolences to John Fleming. I know this can't be an easy time for him, in spite of the big outpouring of fan emotions thanks to Christopher's post. And as usual for him, he's going straight ahead into more work, even during this trying time. I hope that he continues to get support from the public in the future, because of course you can't really just cope with something like this.

Anyway, as I said at the beginning of this piece, I believe this has a lot to do with DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM, because just as back in the day, electronic music has the ability to take a moment and transform it, to shape it into something bigger, something more sublime...and dare I say, universal. This is something that has not changed over the decades, from the classic rave days to today's EDM world. Thus, the spirit of DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM is very much alive on today's dance floors, in spite of the fact that the audience has inevitably changed over the years. That Avalon crowd wasn't made up of old, grizzled rave veterans like myself. It was a largely twenty-something audience that was going for Christopher and John trance just as passionately as their old fans back in the 90s and 00s. It's heartening to see that spirit has been passed intact from one generation to the next. It's why, even in the light of the numerous incidents that have been plaguing festivals as of late, that I still have faith in the future of electronic music. This thing is now too big to simply go away--it has woven itself into the fabric of American pop culture so deeply that it will never be completely removed.

This same post is on the DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM web site. Hope that you go over there and order a copy for yourself or a friend. :)

Monday, August 8, 2016

New Article Series Of Mine Premiering On!

I'm pleased to announce that I have started writing flashback articles for about some of the most memorable raves and clubs during the 1990s and 2000s. You know, the time when everything blew up for all of us, and the biggest musical force in America since the birth of hip-hop was launched into the limelight.

 This first article is about one of the most infamous events in L.A. raving history: the "In Seventh Heaven" New Years Eve riot of 1996/97 at the old Grand Olympic Auditorium (now a Korean mega-church). It's not an investigative piece that delves into the back story of the incident (that function has already been performed by the L.A. Times), but rather a retelling of the chaos and confusion that prevailed at the site, as party-goers began collapsing thanks to bogus synthetic drugs and were taken off to the hospital, while the LAPD attacked the crowd waiting outside.

In addition to my words and photos, there is also some disturbing video showing cops dispersing the crowd that's worth watching.

Incidentally, there is a chapter devoted to "In Seventh Heaven" in DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM: Land Of The Free, Home Of The Rave. You can CLICK HERE to go to the book's web site and order your very own copy!

More (non-violent) party flashbacks to come later. Thanks to Insomniac for providing me with this platform.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Every Picture Tells A Story: One Day At The Federal Building

June 21, 1998

This is a shot from a protest party called "Celebrate Life", thrown at the Federal Building in the Westwood section of Los Angeles. It was a protest against police crackdowns on raves, one of the few times that the West Coast rave scene got overtly political. Considering the considerable persecution from the mainstream media and law enforcement the rave scene was under, it was remarkable that the people in the scene made their point of view felt in such a public and entertaining way.

What you can't see in this picture is that the grass area in front of the Federal Building (out of frame to the right) is filled solidly with a few thousand party goers, which is why these folks are spilling out onto Wilshire Boulevard--much to the puzzlement of the people driving by. Remember that this area is right near a freeway off-ramp, so that people coming from far-off places on the 405 would be exiting the freeway, and encountering...this. I think the phrase "WTF?!" may have been uttered once or twice. It was a great case of different viewpoints colliding in a most unexpected fashion.

This shot is part of the iBook "DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM: The Out-Takes".

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

New Video Interview With Neon Owl

Hey folks,

What's up? My latest interview is now up online, and it's on the Neon Owl electronic music web site:

We did the interview last month at the Sayers Lounge in Las Vegas during the week of EDMbiz. Here's a still capture:

More interviews still to come! STAY TUNED!

Friday, July 15, 2016

Busy week: new interview article and feedback

Hey folks,

It's been a busy week here at 5150--then again, every week is a busy one in the book publishing business!--and there are some good things to show for it. First off, "DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM" is beginning to collect some great reviews on its page! Take a look at these:

Very cool! Nice to see that people are enjoying the book enough to take the time to say so publicly on Amazon! And here's the second good thing to happen this week: my latest interview piece! This time it's with More Moi Music, who interviewed me while I was at EDMbiz in Las Vegas last June. It's a really good article overall, and while I have some pointed things to say in it, I think that the More Moi people really topped off the piece just right with the following ending paragraph:

"While we weren’t adults raving in the 90s, we and other fellow Millennials, tend to feel nostalgic for times we’ve never experienced ourselves. We long for the simpler times detailed in Dancefloor Thunderstorm, which focused solely on the music, the atmosphere, and the raw energy it could provide. We hope that the resurfacing of these untold stories permeates into today’s DJ celebrity crazed, financially oriented and production heavy dance music culture."

Couldn't have said it any better. Here's the link to the article:

And third, I'm taking part in a new group gallery show in downtown Los Angeles! It's at a new record store/art gallery called Pop Obscure Records, which is on Los Angeles street between 7th and 8th. The show opened on July 9th and was a real success. The pictures were all products of current or former employees of Freestyle Photographic Supplies. Here are a few pics for you:

The artists

 Getting ready for a busy weekend. Hope yours is productive!

Saturday, July 2, 2016

New monthly column in DJ MAG!

The good news just keeps on coming! I'm happy to announce that I'm now penning a monthly column in the print version of DJ MAG!

The column is called "Stay In", and it's basically a collection of things to see and do at home when you're not out on the dance floor. It includes video, Internet, software and apps, among other things. Have a look at the first's a pretty good blend of modern and retro stuff that should appeal to both generations of electronic music culture.

In the meantime, have a great 4th of July weekend!

Friday, July 1, 2016


Hey everyone,

Good news! I'm going to be taking part in a group photo exhibition at the brand-new Pop Obscure Records in downtown L.A.! It's co-run by my old friend and colleague Sherry Lee from Freestyle Photographic Supplies, and it's part record store (vinyl only!) and part art gallery.

The show's theme is Music, so appropriately enough I went and pulled some of my good vintage rave material. Here's one of them:

Frankie Bones, 111999
The other participants in the show are first-rate artists, so you know there's gonna be a great selection of works to admire! The show opens on Saturday, July 9th. It's gonna be a great night , and I hope that you can make it down!

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Post-EDMbiz Report: Success!

Hey all,

What's up? Yes, it's been a while but a lot has been happening at this end over the past month and a half, and a lot of that had to do with the big EDMbiz trade show at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas last week, where yours truly delivered a presentation on the history of electronic music photography!

The event went off really well. There was quite a number of people in attendance, and the gig ended up being a very interesting and informative one. I ended up doing many interviews with several media outlets, and have more coming up in the near future. DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM also ended up being a hit with the other event speakers as well. Can't wait to go back next year!

Saturday, May 7, 2016

New XLR8R Interview Article; West Coast Weekender Speaking;Dr. Freecloud's Book Signing

Oh yeah, this is good news. One of the great old-school rave media outlets,, has just put out a new interview article with me. It contains not only the usual number of great classic rave photographs, but also a bunch of my comments about my photographs, rave history, and Rave vs. EDM. Here's the link to the story:

Here's a clip from the opening paragraph: "Southern California was on the ground floor when rave culture and dance music exploded in the 90's and, thankfully, the archival tales and photographic relics of that time are now seeing the light of day. In a new book titled Dancefloor Thunderstorm—released in October of last year—electronic music photojournalist Michael Tullberg gives the reader a voyeuristic look at some of the biggest and most outrageous parties and underground raves from the 1990s and early 2000s. Reporting from the center of American rave culture during that time, Tullberg amassed an enormous library of photos, news articles, interviews, and memorabilia—the best of which make up the contents of his book."

Sounds pretty accurate to me. Oh and by the way, it's not only ONE WEEK until Michael speaks on the discussion panel at West Coast Weekender in San Diego!

I will be taking part in the "Music For Positive Social Change" panel discussion on Friday, May 13 at 4:00 PM! I very highly recommend that you attend this new electronic music conference, since there are not only several very thought provoking panels taking place, but also numerous great parties in the evenings, as can be seen in the flyer! It's gonna be a great weekend, so don't pass this up!

And of course, only two days later it's the big book signing at Dr. Freecloud's Record Shoppe! It starts at 1:00 and "officially" ends at 3:00...but of course, if we find any reason to keep it going longer, we see no reason not to take advantage of that! Be sure to make your way down for a day of fun stories and more than a little of old-school rave history! SEE YOU THERE!

Friday, April 29, 2016

New podcast interview on!

Hey all,

Great news - my latest podcast interview is now up and running! It's on the web site, and it's a short piece (just 8:24) that's put together really well by GiveABeat's Mick Jacobs. It sounds almost like a short NPR-type piece, which is pretty cool since anyone can breeze through it without getting bored. I talk about DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM (naturally), and some of the history of the rave scene in North America. Here's the link:

Enjoy listening!

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Book signing on May 15th at Dr. Freecloud's!

Yes, it’s that time once again! I'm doing a special book signing at a very special location: the awesome Dr. Freecloud’s Record Shoppe in Fountain Valley! The Southland’s legendary original rave music and gear shop (21 years and counting!) is playing host to a great event, where I'll not only be autographing copies of Dancefloor Thunderstorm, but also telling the stories behind some of the iconic pictures inside the book! And there is no shortage of stories to tell, that’s for sure! It’s gonna be a great trip back in time, to the days when the rave scene exploded out of the underground and created endless fantastic memories for those of us lucky enough to have been there! So come on down, hang out, shop and have a great time with all of us!

Dr. Freecloud’s is at 18960 Brookhurst Street in Fountain Valley, CA. Stay tuned for more details as they emerge!

Saturday, April 9, 2016

10 New T-shirt Designs Now Out on ARENA.COM!

 Hey everyone! GREAT NEWS…we now have ten new exciting t-shirt designs up on the "DFTS" merchandising page! We couldn’t just do one or two, ohhhhhhh, no! We had to go all-out and put out everything we had in the pipeline! We did this because of the wide range of designs we came up with, as you’ll see below! We’ve got some “DFTS” logo variations, we’ve got three shirts featuring the book’s cover, and we’ve put in a number of great shots from within the book itself! Have a look for yourself at the images below (full disclosure: they’re mock-ups), and by clicking the following link:

Click the image above to get the larger view! Each shirt is 100% cotton, goes for only $20.00 and is shipped straight to your door! Available in sizes Small through 2XL! So go to and get your ultra-exclusive rave swag today!

Thursday, March 17, 2016



5150 Publishing announces groundbreaking book’s availability on world’s biggest bookstore!


LOS ANGELES, CA:  5150 Publishing today announced that acclaimed photojournalist Michael Tullberg’s rave music photo book “DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM: Land Of The Free, Home Of The Rave” is now available for sale on the global sales outlet With this development, now electronic music fans across America can easily locate and order the first groundbreaking coffee table book about the rise of the underground electronic music scene in the 1990s. It also marks the first book from Tullberg’s own publishing house, 5150 Publishing, to make it onto the site of the country’s biggest bookstore. The book can be found at the following online link:

“It’s a great thing to finally be able to put “DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM up on Amazon,” said Tullberg. “With such a convenient place to go to, now the customer can get their copy of the book faster than ever before. And, having “DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM” alongside so many other high quality works on Amazon’s site means that people can combine purchases with other books about electronic music. It’s a great opportunity to indulge one’s self while diving into the history of this music and culture.”

DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM: Land Of The Free, Home Of The Rave” is a 308-page hardcover volume that features the electronic music pioneers of the rave era, including Paul Oakenfold, Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, Moby, Frankie Bones, the Chemical Brothers, Massive Attack and more. Released in October of 2015, the book was first available for online ordering at its web site, Since then, it has picked up numerous praises in the media, including the following:

PAPERMAG.COM: “A new book, DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM: Land Of the Free, Home Of The Rave, showcases the work of photojournalist Michael Tullberg who documented the rave scene in Los Angeles and Southern California throughout the '90s and '00s. His pictures capture young people in ecstasy (sometimes, we imagine, literally) dancing to the beats of top DJs like Paul Oakenfold and Richie Hawtin along with local producers on the scene. Along with photos, the book includes anecdotes and remembrances of parties, promoters, DJs and more that'll make you want to grab a pacifier and a glow stick and turn on some Prodigy.”

MIXMAG.NET: “A photobook from electronic music photojournalist Michael Tullberg showcases images of the glory days of the American rave scene, before EDM was even a twinkle in Steve Aoki's eye. 'DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM: Land Of The Free, Home Of The Rave' charts the history of the underground dance movement during the 90s and 00s before it was dwarfed by the stadium EDM concerts that take place today.”

BUZZFEED.COM: “Photographer Michael Tullberg was a witness to the sights and sounds, and his new book Dancefloor Thunderstorm, reveals his first-hand account of what ’90s rave culture was really about.”

LA WEEKLY: “Light refracts, piercing images like those moments when your eyes have been open for far too long. Scenes morph into vortices that blur at the edges, like your memories will the next day. In Tullberg's photos, faces melt and hands multiply. They are photos that make you feel like you are in this moment that you hope will never end.”

DJBROADCAST.NET: No one comes more esteemed within dance music photography than Michael Tullberg. As a self-described ‘rave photojournalist’ Tullberg was there to capture the very building-blocks of the US electronic music scene. His early work documented the likes of Digweed, Sasha and Cox as they dominated the underground massive.”

Michael Tullberg has also picked up endorsements from electronic music virtuosos like the following:

DJ CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE: Prior to the rise of camera phones and social media, it was down to photographers like Michael Tullberg to document the rave scene with photos appearing in URB Magazine, BPM Magazine, XLR8R and many others. He was at every warehouse party, festival and afterhours in Los Angeles from the 1990's shooting the DJs and crowds. Many of my best known live photos during this era were taken by Michael. He was known for his creative photography and capturing the spirit of rave culture. His book is incredible and worth buying as it is a historical time capsule of an amazing period which gave rise to the electronic music scene as we know it today.”

DJ FRANKIE BONES: “Our scene was built on capturing a moment. Michael has done this moment after moment for many years and [DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM] shouldn't be missed. That book goes beyond anything anyone could ever want in a history, blindsided by kids having to pay six installments of $89 to go to one festival.”

KEN JORDAN (The Crystal Method): “I remember the first time we encountered Michael Tullberg. I remember there was this crazy photographer guy on stage with us—around the stage, around the gear, climbing over people and everything! And we thought, who is this crazy person? But then of course we saw his work and his photos, and he’s been a welcome addition to our stage, any time and every time he wants.”

Tullberg’s recent iBook follow-up, “DANCEFLOOR THUNDERSTORM: The Out-Takes”, is available in the iBook store for only $6.99, and can be found at the following preview link:

Any press inquiries should be directed to the following:

Michael Tullberg
President & CEO, 5150 Publishing, Inc.
P.O. Box 86802
Los Angeles, CA 90086
(213) 321-5401