The Blonde Bomber & The Last Hurrah of Ann Calvello and the Resurrection of a Unique American Sporting Event

THE BLONDE BOMBER, Ann Cavello the Resurrection of the NEW Roller Derby is a dynamic photographic archive and storybook that reveals the origins of sport and stands as witness to the revival of the roller derby Epstein s photography and personal connections to key figures are unique in the history of this exciting spectator sport This is a book that goes beyond spTHE BLONDE BOMBER, Ann Cavello the Resurrection of the NEW Roller Derby is a dynamic photographic archive and storybook that reveals the origins of sport and stands as witness to the revival of the roller derby Epstein s photography and personal connections to key figures are unique in the history of this exciting spectator sport This is a book that goes beyond sports, into photojournalism, and captures a growing pop cultural phenomenon world wide if you are a Roller Derby player or fan from the original or current game, you will find photos and interviews from both in this book from Andrew J Epstein A must for any one who loves the game, the tradition, and the current rendition Jerry The Commissioner Seltzer 2012 Also visit theblondebomber site for special offers and book signing events.
The Blonde Bomber The Last Hurrah of Ann Calvello and the Resurrection of a Unique American Sporting Event THE BLONDE BOMBER Ann Cavello the Resurrection of the NEW Roller Derby is a dynamic photographic archive and storybook that reveals the origins of sport and stands as witness to the revival of the ro

  • Title: The Blonde Bomber & The Last Hurrah of Ann Calvello and the Resurrection of a Unique American Sporting Event
  • Author: Andrew J. Epstein
  • ISBN: 9780578092904
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Blonde Bomber & The Last Hurrah of Ann Calvello and the Resurrection of a Unique American Sporting Event”

    1. I would give this 2.5 stars if that were an option.More like a full-color zine than a proper book, this heartfelt love letter to Roller Derby will certainly appeal to completists, but is marred by gross typographical and design errors. It's impossible to believe that anyone gave this even the most cursory once-over before sending it off to the printer, so riddled as it is with jarring mistakes in both text and typography.Essentially a disparate collection of one-on-one interviews—most notably [...]

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