Books

Buckminster Fuller Bibliography
Trevor Blake
The Buckminster Fuller Bibliography is the most complete and accurate bibliography of “Bucky” Fuller to date. Excellent tool for tracking Fuller’s trajectory, and for finding rare titles in the field for your own collection. Authored by Trevor Blake of synchronofile.com, an independent resource on Fuller consulted around the world. Updated for this Kindle edition.

EDITIONS:
November 2011. Kindle edition. Unlimited.
Total printed copies from lulu.com: 29. Total ipad copies from lulu.com: 5.
August 2008. Prepublication edition. Edition of one.
September 2008. First edition, first revision. Edition of six.
October 2008. First edition, second revision.


The Lost Inventions of Buckminster Fuller and Other Essays
Trevor Blake
Buckminster Fuller is widely known as the inventor of the geodesic dome, tensegrity, the Dymaxion Dwelling Unit and more. The Lost Inventions of Buckminster Fuller brings Fuller’s role in all of these discoveries into question, while presenting hard evidence that he is under-credited for many other remarkable inventions.

Trevor Blake (author of The Buckminster Fuller Bibliography) is a leading independent scholar on Fuller. Also found in this book are an analysis of geodesic dome integrity when subject to earthquakes, the influence on Fuller by Technocracy Incorporated, the influence of Fuller on the television program Lost, and much more.

A Study of Shelter Logistics for Marine Corps Aviation
A Study of Shelter Logistics for Marine Corps Aviation [TEMPORARILY OUT OF PRINT, UNDERGOING REVISION]
Henry Lane
In the 1950s the US Marine Corps put the geodesic domes of Buckminster Fuller to the test. They concluded domes were “the first major basic improvement in mobile military shelters for the past 2,600 years.” Rare and fifty years out of print, now with a new introduction.

EDITIONS:
August 2008. Prepublication edition. Edition of one.
September 2008. First edition, first revision.