With signed letter from the photographer (ephemera)
Trim size: 11.2 x 8.6 x 0.9 inches, 160 pages, first printing of 2,000, essays by John Goodwin, Aaron Patrick Flanagan, Jamie Michael Bradley, Stuart Johnston, Sandy Kaminska Costello
Small tears of the back of dust cover; bottom edge, inside of back fold
Publisher: The Globe (Pub) is a place in Chicago to watch football (soccer). When there are no matches being played, it looks like one of many neighborhood watering holes where people meet, eat, drink, laugh, shed tears, talk sports, dance, and drink some more. And maybe then the name of the pub or being in a world city like Chicago in the United States wouldn’t even matter. But during a match, The Globe becomes just what the name says: the churning, whirling center of the universe where supporters from Munich and Milan, Glasgow and Guadalajara, Seattle and St. Petersburg, Barcelona and Birmingham, Norwich and New York, Capetown and Chicago and, of course, Liverpool and Manchester cheer, cry, chant, and curse, then pray that stoppage time will be enough for a miracle.