Donna's first book, "Donna Loren: Mover and Shaker in the Center of a Mid-Sixties Pop Maelstrom" is the photographic retrospective of a 1960s "It Girl." Featuring narrative by Loren herself and the help of longtime Los Angeles archivist Domenic Priore, Donna Loren looks at her work on television's Shindig! and Dick Clark's Caravan of Stars tour (including images of The Supremes, James Brown, Jerry Lee Lewis and more), plus behind-the-scenes on the sets of Batman, The Monkees and all the American International beach movies. At a time when The Beach Boys and Beach Blanket Bingo were on top, Donna Loren was the iconic California Girl. Donna has also been included in numerous compilation biographies, many of which are now out-of-print. If you can get your hands on any of them, they will make a great addition to your collection. Some of the most noteworthy are: "Swingin' Chicks of the Sixties" and "The Encyclopedia of Sixties Cool", both by Chris Strodder, "Whatever Became of...?" by Richard Lamparski, "Drive-In Dream Girls" by Tom Lisante, "It's Party Time" by Stephen J. Mc Parland. As new publications become available, we will offer them here.