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Though I’m clearly more comfortable in print. Talking in public! In Williamsburg this weekend! With the amazing Angie Waller! Sarah Nicholls will be discussing her book Phosphorescent Face Highlighter that incorporates found text from sources such as Adolf Loos, The Landmark Forum, … Continue reading
My favorite book in the current exhibit at my place of employment is this one: by Christien Meindertsma, which indexes the myriad of products and processes a single pig can be used for- products ranging from ammunition, paint, glue, heart … Continue reading
On Monday and Tuesday I moderated a panel called the Chapbook as Art Object, as part of the 2010 Festival of the Chapbook, at the CUNY Grad Center. The title of the panel was not my choice, and one of … Continue reading
Publication Party! Sunday March 21st, 6pm Come celebrate the release of Phosphorescent Face Highlighter, a limited edition letterpress publication documenting the transformational experience in all its forms. It’s a new year, isn’t it time for a new you? By bringing … Continue reading
And more binding. Due to a stupid mistake the endsheets are a bit too small. Which I figured out how to compensate for after some wrestling with it. I hate the stage when you start to see the flaws in … Continue reading
On to the binding phase… I read this the other day: Even if, seen from the outside, or from some higher vantage point, this sort of life looks pointless or futile, or even extremely inefficient, it doesn’t bother me. Maybe … Continue reading
Done printing! I ran eight miles this morning, printed five runs, and did my laundry. I set the colophon in a flash; I’m glad I have a photo to prove it happened. Now there’s just binding.