THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Books by OTFers

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03 Dec 2012 20:26 - 07 Dec 2012 13:47 #738123 by WOM

So, to recap:

Fear of Music: Why People Get Rothko But Don't Get Stockhausen
– David Stubbs

Tomorrow's World: Genius Gadgets and Gizmos - Weird and Wonderful Contraptions from Yesterday's Future
- David Stubbs

The Prince Charles Letters
– David Stubbs

Number One In Heaven
– Jeremy Simmonds

The Encyclopedia of Dead Rock Stars: Heroin, Handguns, and Ham Sandwiches
- Jeremy Simmonds

Everything – A book about Manic Street Preachers
– Simon Price

For Whom The Ball Rolls
- Ian Plenderleith

Distant Corners: American Soccer's History of Missed Opportunities and Lost Causes
– David Wangerin

Soccer In A Football World
– David Wangerin

Where the Ball Drops: Days and Nights in Times Square
– Daniel Makagon

The Chairman's Daughter
- Ian Plenderleith

Charlie Nicholas
- David Stubbs

Send Them Victorious: England's Path to Glory 2006-2010
- David Stubbs

Eminem: The Stories Behind Every Song
- David Stubbs

Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child: The Stories Behind Every Song
- David Stubbs

The Holy Land Trek; A Pilgrim's Guide
- Gunther Simmermacher

Recording Culture: Audio Documentary and the Ethnographic Experience
- Daniel Makagon

From Teacher to Manager: Managing Language Teaching Organizations
- Andrew Hockley, et al.

Educational Management
- Andrew Hockley

Experiments in Undergraduate Mathematics: A Mathematica Based Approach
- P. Ramsden, et al.

Challenging the Boundaries of Symbolic Computation: Proceedings of the Fifth International Mathematica Symposium
- P. Ramsden, et al.

Bananenflanken
- Steve James

Alles auf Rot
- Steve James, et al.

Popular Music in France from Chanson to Techno: Culture, Identity and Society
- Ed. by Steve Cannon, et al.

Who Goes? Who Stays? What Matters?: Accessing and Persisting in Post-Secondary Education in Canada
- Ed. by Alex Usher, et al.

The Price of Knowledge 2004: Access and Student Finance in Canada
- Alex Usher, et al.

For the others, I couldn't sort out whether you were kidding or not, or which names should get credit. (LLR, etc). Send me a PM and I'll update.

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03 Dec 2012 21:18 #738146 by ursus arctos

I guess those banner ads for The Chairman's Daughter aren't working that well.

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03 Dec 2012 21:33 #738157 by WOM

ursus arctos wrote:

I guess those banner ads for The Chairman's Daughter aren't working that well.

Oh, you'll want my E-Books by OTFers thread.

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03 Dec 2012 21:35 #738159 by WOM

Duncan Gardner wrote:


Yeah, see I can't tell if this is a gag or not. My first thought was "another Study of the Theology of the Genevan Academy at the Time of the Synod of Dort?", but that wasn't being fair.

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03 Dec 2012 22:27 - 03 Dec 2012 22:28 #738171 by Duncan Gardner

A lame gag indeed. The author (sometime dean of Geneva Cathedral) is my distantly-related namesake.

Another runs an ski-lodge in BC if you're ever there on vacation.

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03 Dec 2012 23:27 #738178 by matt j

Who did the book with all the satellite images again?

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04 Dec 2012 00:15 - 04 Dec 2012 00:17 #738191 by WOM

Sorry, John. Janet...whatever.

[£140.60??? Just what kind of symposium was this?]

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04 Dec 2012 01:54 #738202 by ursus arctos

Hey, man.

5 percent off.

You should consider yourself privileged.

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04 Dec 2012 02:51 #738204 by imp

I read that at first as 'Challenging The Boundaries of Symbolic Copulation'. I'd definitely have paid 140 quid for that.

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04 Dec 2012 10:03 - 06 Dec 2012 09:10 #738247 by treibeis

http://www.amazon.de/Alles-auf-Rot-Hinz-Kunzt/dp/3833420952

http://shop.klaus-raasch.de/bananenflanken/

I can't understand why these two were forgotten about. To be honest, I can't understand why the first one was ever available in the first place.

I can also offer a collection of short stories entitled "Als Zahnpasta", but there's only one copy of that and I don't own it.

Last Edit: 06 Dec 2012 09:10 by treibeis. Reason: wrong link
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04 Dec 2012 11:54 #738270 by matt j

Found it:

www.amazon.com/Map-Satellite-DK-Publishing/dp/0756626412/

Was pretty sure this was an OTFer.

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04 Dec 2012 15:26 #738307 by Heliotrope

The guy who wrote Tor! The Story of German Football used to post on the previous version of the forum as Book Author. Not sure if he's been on this one, however.

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04 Dec 2012 16:05 #738316 by San Bernardhinault

That was me, Mat. Not that I wrote it, but I produced/curated a lot of the images for it. I'm flattered that anyone's included it amongst the real books by people who can write.

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04 Dec 2012 21:28 - 04 Dec 2012 21:31 #738388 by Felicity, I guess so

www.amazon.co.uk/Popular-Music-France-Ch...echno/dp/0754608492/

I can understand why this wasn't etc

I only edited it, but it has my name on it.
And I was astonished to get £500 in outstanding US/Aussie photocopying rights last year, so somebody has read it.

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