Signed Editions

Bookshop Santa Cruz offers autographed copies of many of your favorite books. Please see the listing below for the signed editions we are offering online. Contact our orders department if you have any questions.

Discounts and coupons are not applicable to the signed editions.

You can also browse our list of books you can get signed at upcoming author events.



by Melanie Benjamin
First Edition, First Printing, Tip-In
Hardcover

We now have signed copies available of The Girls in the Picture, signed on a tip-in page by Melanie Benjamin.

"One of the pleasures of The Girls in the Picture is its no-males-necessary alliance of two determined females--#TimesUp before its time."--NPR

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Swans of Fifth Avenue and The Aviator's Wife, a fascinating novel of the friendship and creative partnership between two of Hollywood's earliest female legends--screenwriter Frances Marion and superstar Mary Pickford

$28.00


by Grant Faulkner
First Edition, First Printing, Signed in Person
Hardcover

We now have signed copies of Pep Talks for Writers available, signed by Grant Faulkner at our event at Bookshop Santa Cruz March 8th, 2018. 

Every writer knows that as rewarding as the creative process is, it can often be a bumpy road. Have hope and keep at it Designed to kick-start creativity, this handsome handbook from the executive director of National Novel Writing Month gathers a wide range of insights and advice for writers at any stage of their career. From tips about how to finally start that story to helpful ideas about what to do when the words just aren't quite coming out right, Pep Talks for Writers provides motivation, encouragement, and helpful exercises for writers of all stripes.

$16.95


by Morgan Jerkins
First Edition, First Printing, Signed in Person
Paperback

We now have signed copies available of This Will Be My Undoing: Living at the Intersection of Black, Female, and Feminist in (White) America, signed in-person by Morgan Jerkins at our event with her on February 23rd at Bookshop Santa Cruz.

From one of the fiercest critics writing today, Morgan Jerkins' highly-anticipated collection of linked essays interweaves her incisive commentary on pop culture, feminism, black history, misogyny, and racism with her own experiences to confront the very real challenges of being a black woman today--perfect for fans of Roxane Gay's Bad Feminist, Rebecca Solnit's Men Explain Things to Me, and Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie's We Should All Be Feminists.

$15.99


by Felicia Rice
First Edition, First Printing, Signed in Person
Paperback

We now have signed copies of Doc/Undoc: Documentado/Undocumented Ars Shamanica Performatica available, signed in person by authors and contributors Felicia Rice, Jennifer A. González, Gustavo Vazquez, and Guillermo Gómez-Peña at our event with them at Bookshop Santa Cruz February 20th, 2018.

What does it mean to be documented or undocumented? How do these terms work across borders and boundaries, languages and nations?

These are the questions fueling the experimental artwork-in-a-box, Documentado/Undocumented, a book art piece that explores the intersection of printmaking, typography, performance, video, sound art, and installation. Doc/Undoc presents this multi-media, multi-disciplinary artists' collaboration in book form, documenting a unique and wildly ambitious adventure into the experimental realms of modern book arts. Included are a lush, photographic recreation of the installation, a reproduction of the codex, an essay by art historian Jennifer A. Gonzalez who situates the project in the context of bookmaking, performance art, and cabinets of curiosities. An introductory essay by Felicia Rice tells the story of the collaboration: its genesis, development, execution, and its ongoing intention. In addition, the book is packaged with a USB drive containing the installation version's original sound art by Zachary James Watkinsand video art by Gustavo Vazquez.

$35.00


by Thad Vogler
First Edition, First Printing, Signed in Person
Hardcover

We now have signed copies of By the Smoke and the Smell available, signed in-person by Thad Vogler at our event with him February 8th at Venus Spirits.

"Thad Vogler brings the personal deep into his work, enthusiastically and unabashedly sharing his process for choosing the spirits with which he stocks his bar, while allowing you to fall a little in love with each farm, each distiller. He consciously seeks out those who love their craft, and insists on the same farm to table traditions that have become ubiquitous in the foodie scene. Each bottle is a connection to him, a piece of history he deems worthy of serving to his patrons. It’s a tale of advocacy for the independents, the family owned businesses, and those who labour out of love. I can say with certainty that this book has found a place close to my heart, and I can’t wait till I can next visit Bar Agricole." - Jax, Bookshop staff

$27.00


by V.E. Schwab
First Collector's Edition, First Printing, Tip-In
Hardcover

We now have copies available of the exclusive collector's edition of A Darker Shade of Magic, signed by author V.E. Schwab.

With a revamped, metallic ink detailed cover and reading ribbon, this edition also features: 
*End papers featuring fan art
*A glossary of Arnesian and Antari terms
*An interview between author and editor
*Original (never before seen ) tales from within the Shades of Magic world

"A Darker Shade of Magic has all the hallmarks of a classic work of fantasy...a gem of a tale. This is a book to treasure." --Deborah Harkness, New York Times bestselling author of the All Souls trilogy

$25.99


by Joe Tone
First Edition, First Printing, Signed Title Page
Hardcover

We have signed copies available of Bones: Brothers, Horses, Cartels, and the Borderland Dream, signed on the title page by Joe Tone.

Joe Tone's riveting, exquisitely layered crime narrative, set against the high-stakes world of horse racing, is an intimate story about family, loyalty, and the tragic costs of a failed drug war. Compelling and complex, Bones sheds light on the perilous lives of American ranchers, the morally dubious machinery of drug and border enforcement, and the way greed and fear mingle with race, class, and violence along America's vast Southwestern border.

$28.00


by Louise Erdrich
First Edition, Tip-In, Specially Bound
Hardcover

We now have signed copies of Future Home of the Living God available, signed by Louise Erdrich on a tip-in sheet specially bound by the publisher.

"Having binge-watched the television adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, coupled with current politics, I swore off dystopian stories for the time being just so I could catch my breath. Until, of course, I caught word that my favorite author’s new title was just that. Future Home of the Living God tells the story of one woman, Cedar, who at four months pregnant, is suddenly thrown into a fight for survival when the state of genetic evolution starts to reverse itself. Plants and animals are reproducing species that have long been extinct and there are whispers that the children being born aren’t surviving or if they are, something is very wrong with them. The government responds by gathering genetic data and institutionalizing pregnant women. As Cedar’s pregnancy progresses, we watch the journey that she must endure to protect her unborn child. While this genre is a departure for Erdrich, Future Home of the Living God explores themes familiar to her other books, examining self-identity, loyalty, and the importance of redemption within family. This is a taut and intense whirlwind of a read—whew." - S.M.C.

$28.99


by Nathan Englander
First Edition, First Printing, Tip-In
Hardcover

We have signed copies of Dinner at the Center of the Earth available, signed by Nathan Englander.

"Englander has tackled the intimate and the impossible, looking with a novelist’s eye at the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the cycles of harm, and the notions of identity, loyalty, and possibility. An unnamed prisoner and his guard, an Israeli spy, a traitor, a conscience and a powerful leader trapped in a coma -- how they connect is both a simmering espionage tale, a bit of a love story and a parable for our complicated times." - Melinda, Bookshop Santa Cruz Head Book Buyer

$26.95


by Janet Fitch
First Edition, First Printing, Signed in Person
Hardcover

We now have signed copies available of The Revolution of Marina Msigned in-person by Janet Fitch, at our event with her on Sunday, November 12th, 2017. 

"To grow up in the midst of a violent revolution, especially with the soul of a poet, is to be forever marked. Marina comes from a well-off Russian family. Her life is also poised on the edge of the Russian Revolution. This is a story of passion, betrayal, and revolt. I was utterly drawn in by Marina’s story and read it on the edge of my seat." - Ivy, Bookshop 

$30.00


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