[LA Original] Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles
[LA Original] Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles
[LA Original] Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles
Dear Seller Excerpt
[LA Original] Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles
Dear Seller Excerpt
[LA Original] Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles
[LA Original] Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles
[LA Original] Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles

[LA Original] Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles

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Foreword by D. J. Waldie 

Dear Seller: Real Estate Love Letters from Los Angeles features memorable letters by individuals who used the power of prose to vie for the home of their dreams. Each letter paints a portrait of its author: his or her family, background, and values, using social capital as well as actual capital in an effort to be selected. Through interviews and written accounts, you will follow these homeseekers from the moment they saw their perfect homes to what happened after they submitted their letters. Read an excerpt.

The book was edited by Teena Apeles and principal photography was by Alexandra Weiss. Contributors include Neelanjana Banerjee, Lili N. Barsha, Simone Boden, Chris and Lorena De La Rosa, David Hart, Edan Lepucki, Maureen Meyer, Sarah and Shawn Michaels, and Robin Sukhadia. 

 

  • 8 x 10 | softcover with French flaps | 156 pages
  • ISBN: 978-0-9991670-1-4
  • Lovingly printed in Los Angeles by Nonstop Printing.

This book is part of the LA Original collection. LA Original provides a platform to showcase diverse makers and promote locally designed, assembled, or manufactured goods through a line of L.A.-branded products from across Los Angeles

This product was born from the collaborative spirit and creative culture of Los Angeles. A portion of your LA Original purchase will fund local creative entrepreneur programs and Piece by Piece, which provides free mosaic art workshops to low-income and formerly homeless people. Piece by Piece uses recycled materials to help their participants develop marketable skills, self-confidence, earned income, and an improved quality of life. 

This book is made possible in part by the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles, and the Center for Cultural Innovation’s Creative Economic Development Fund grant, with support from the Roy & Patricia Disney Family Foundation and the Surdna Foundation, as well as the generosity and support of friends of Narrated Objects.

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