- (title) Gerhard Marx
- (title) Oliver Barstow
- (edited and designed by) Bronwyn Law-Viljoen
- (edited with an introduction by)
Binding: Box 452 x 357mm Inscription: Signed by the artists. Edition: #27/40.
Place publication: Johannesburg Publisher: Fourthwall Books ISBN: 978-0-9869850-1-0
Additional notes: The book (which is the regular edition) is contained in a half-slipcase in red which is laid into a wooden box with a steel cut-out of the Fire Walker inset into the cover. The box also contains a print by Gerard Marx titled Foot Map and another by William Kentridge titled Goldmann's South African Mining and Finance, each in a gray wrapper and both numbered 27/40.
The box is also numbered 27/40.
Now you see her, now you don’t Alexandra J. Dodd (essay by) p13
Six Conversations Jurie van der Westhuizen (interview with) John Munday (interview with) Stewart Barstow (interview with) Lael Bethlehem (interview with) Oliver Barstow (interview by) Gerhard Marx (interview with) William Kentridge (interview with) p25
Constructing Fire Walker John Hodgkiss (photo essay by) p50
Urban Mythologies Mpho Matsipa (essay by) p61
Three Fire Walkers: A Photo Essay Ben Law-Viljoen (photo essay by) Bronwyn Law-Viljoen (text by) p70
Walking with / Walking alongside / Walking against? Jonathan Cane (essay by) Zen Marie (essay by) p79
Six Monuments: A Photo Essay Alastair McLachlan (photo essay by) Oliver Barstow (text by) p89
Ma Firewalker and Mr Typewriter-Head: Maps, Marx and Kentridge Mark Gevisser (essay by) p103