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Autographed Copies and 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 Adam Savage
First Edition, First Printing, Signed in Person
Hardcover

We now have signed copies available of Every Tool's a Hammer: Life is What You Make It, signed in-person by author Adam Savage at our May 14th, 2019 event with him at DNA'S Comedy Lab in Santa Cruz, California.

“Adam has drawn for us an imperative how-to for creativity that goes well beyond scissors, saws, and glue, to include vulnerability, self-confidence, and self-deprecating humor. I am aware of no human outside of fiction more qualified to pen this rousing paean to making. I adore this book.”–Nick Offerman

$27.00


by Misa Sugiura
First Edition, First Printing, Tip-In
Hardcover

We have signed copies available of This Time Will Be Different, signed on a tip-in page by author Misa Sugiura.

"Historic injustices are often treated as lacking any contemporary impact, but this book disabuses anyone suffering under that delusion. In modern-day Silicon Valley, the internment of their Japanese-American ancestors affects protagonist CJ Katsumaya and her family, though they (believably) don’t see eye to eye about it. This historical interconnectedness coupled with CJ’s evolution from an apathetic antihero (wave goodbye to the “model minority” myth) into a woke person of action, makes this book a compelling and thought-provoking read." - Stephanie, Bookshop Santa Cruz Head Children's Buyer

$17.99


by Tan France
First Edition, First Printing, Signed Title Page Bound by Publisher
Hardcover

We have signed copies available of Naturally Tan: A Memoir, signed on a bound title page by author Tan France.

In this heartfelt, funny, and touching memoir, one of the stars of Netflix’s Emmy Award-winning smash-hit Queer Eye reveals how an Englishman raised in a traditionally religious home became a fashion icon—and the first openly gay, South Asian man on television—simply by being Naturally Tan.

$27.99


by Tiffany D. Jackson
First Edition, First Printing, Tip-In
Hardcover

We have signed copies available of Let Me Hear a Rhyme, signed with a message on a tip-in page by author Tiffany D. Jackson.

In this striking new novel by the critically acclaimed author of Allegedly and Monday’s Not Coming, Tiffany D. Jackson tells the story of three Brooklyn teens who plot to turn their murdered friend into a major rap star by pretending he's still alive.

 

$17.99


by Julia Phillips
First Edition, First Printing, Tip-In
Hardcover

We have signed copies available of Disappearing Earth, signed on a tip-in page by author Julia Phillips.

"Julia Phillips is an author to watch. She beautifully transports us to a region of the world, the Kamchatka Peninsula in Northern Russia, that I had never heard of and now can’t stop thinking about. The stories of the women there—their family dynamics, their hopes and fears, the economic and cultural divide of various communities—are not only about this place but ultimately about the universal struggle women have in determining how to live with the expectations placed on them as women. A remarkable debut." - Casey, Bookshop Santa Cruz Owner

$26.95


by Jessica Francis Knoll
First Edition, First Printing, Signed in Person
Hardcover

We now have signed copies available of Rules for Visiting, signed in-person by author Jessica Francis Knoll on May 29th, 2019.

“Jessica Francis Kane's precise and moving Rules For Visiting is an altogether new sort of friendship novel, one about friendships stretched to their limits over time and space, the sort of friendships so many of us count as our closest. Kane's gift for describing beauty and loneliness, the real stuff of life, is unparalleled.” — Emma Straub, author of Modern Lovers

$26.00


by Karen Russell
First Edition, First Printing, Tip-In
Hardcover

We have signed copies available of Orange World and Other Stories, signed on a tip-in page by author Karen Russell.

"A feast of invention and a fun house of surprising wisdom, Orange World contains a ghost-ship lodge, tourist trade in a post-apocalyptic drowned city, a tornado farm, a local succubus. Karen Russell moves from the farcical to the forbidden with tender conviction. Don't miss this book of marvels!"--Louise Erdrich

$25.95


by Juliet Grames
First Edition, First Printing, Specially Bound Title Page
Hardcover

We have signed copies available of The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna, signed by author Juliet Grames on an illustrated title page specially bound by the publisher.

“Juliet Grames has delved into the family secrets of an Italian American family and the ways in which those secrets, as well as slights and injustices, can both cross oceans and trickle down through the generations. This quintessential American immigrant story feels important right now, and I highly recommend it.”— Lisa See, author of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan and The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane

$27.99


by Ann Patchett, Robin Preiss Glasser
First Edition, First Printing, Tip-In
Hardcover

We have signed copies available of Lambslide, signed on a tip-in page by author Ann Patchett and illustrator Robin Preiss Glasser.

From the international bestselling author of Bel Canto and Commonwealth, Ann Patchett, and the bestselling illustrator of the Fancy Nancy series, Robin Preiss Glasser, comes a hilarious children’s story about a slide made just for lambs.

$18.99


by David K. Randall
First Edition, First Printing, Signed Title Page
Hardcover

We have signed copies available of Black Death at the Golden Gate: The Race to Save America from the Bubonic Plague, signed by author David K. Randall on the title page.

"When most people think of the bubonic plague, they don’t associate it with America, and there are a handful of people who are responsible for that. Randall chronicles the largely forgotten efforts of the men who gave happiness, health, and in some cases their careers, to stop the spread of plague in San Francisco. Thoroughly researched and at times quite graphic, Randall’s account of this epidemic is a fascinating look at a disease largely forgotten but lurking in the shadows to this day." - Jade, Bookshop Staff

$26.95


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