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Austin to ATX; The Book and Festival Poster, signed by Author Joe Nick Patoski.

 



Haven't Read, Should Read! 

Austin to ATX: The Hippies, Pickers, Slackers, and Geeks Who Transformed the Capital of Texas. In this gonzo history of the “City of the Violet Crown,” author and journalist Joe Nick Patoski chronicles the modern evolution of the quirky, bustling, funky, self-contradictory place known as Austin, Texas.

This is a signed ART / Memorabilia piece in my current  condo and place of Residence. I got the Texas Book Festival Program from 2019 Signed in person by the Author Joe Nick Patoski.

Whether you are long time Austin resident, fresh newcomer, former resident or a local unicorn like me, Austin to ATX is an excellent, entertaining historical, accurate and  FUN read.

I recommend this hardback book. It never hurts to become educated and knowledgeable about where you personally decide to live, reside and call home. 

While I got you. Got any questions about Austin Real Estate? Are you perhaps in the market to buy, sell, lease, build, develop? Let's talk. 

George Vance McGee 

AustinSilentMarket.com
Realtor Associate
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