Monthly Archives: October 2012

I’m bored.

Don’t even start with that “Only boring people are bored” crap. I went from frantic overwork to enforced home confinement. The rush of relief from having some time off is starting to wear off. Damn slow moving weather event! Weather.com … Continue reading

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Saying More Until It Is Ruined

I don’t know, whenever I finish one of these I feel a little let down.

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Second.

My last 20 mile training run is done; I’m ready to go for the Marathon. Bam! I took 10 minutes off of my half-marathon time last week at the Staten Island Half and am feeling good. Well, sore at the … Continue reading

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Reasons

I started making pamphlets because I live in New York, and something that we have a lot of here are people who stand out in public and scream and yell about something, the thing varying, but the tone of voice … Continue reading

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Opening next week

Phosphorescent Face Highlighter‘s going to be in an artist book show this fall, opening next Friday: Feminism and the Artist’s Book Related to Materializing “Six Years”: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art at The Brooklyn Museum October … Continue reading

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NY Art Book Fair 2012

This past weekend was the NY Art Book Fair, which means I got to table-sit amongst the finest in artist publications, and their legions of fans. Look at all of these people who came  to Queens just to look at … Continue reading

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First of two.

  I ran 20 miles today like a beast. Rawr. One more 20 miler to go before the marathon. I would tell you about the exciting productive weekend I had, but I always feel slow and stupid after a long … Continue reading

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