Published in 1983, Teenage Lust is Larry Clark's second monograph and his first self-published photobook. For the most part, it continues in the autobiographical vein of Tulsa—his first work—although in a much more free-form kind of way than its predecessor. As the book goes on, it draws away from the characters of his hometown Tulsa, Oklahoma and turns to teenage runaways across America: junkies, prostitutes and thieves. A truly powerful depiction of the self-destructive, careless intoxication that Larry Clark has always seen in youth. Unlike Tulsa, Teenage Lust has never been reprinted in an affordable edition, this copy being the equally sought-after Japanese version published in 1997, in excellent condition. The text at the end of the book written by Clark in 1981 is translated to Japanese.