The Inossuation of Death
inossuation (n) in-oss-u-a-shun : A neologism, meaning "to make into bone"
This sonnet is dedicated to Robyn Hitchcock, for his macabre and surrealistic sense of humor.
5.5" x 7.5"
Death's Summer Home
An original poem about "Death's Summer Home", a nickname sailors have given to Cape Horn. The work is done in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's blueprint work.
What The Owl Doesn't Tell The Moon
A villanelle inspired by the jewelry work of Elise Matthesen, illustrated by the San Francisco comic artist Hob
A sonnet written for William Gibson, along with a message in binary.
Steganography is a cryptographic method involving hiding one message in another -- in modern terms, most often by hiding significant bits of data inside an image file. The application of this here is left as an exercise for the reader.
(though purchasers will be told the secret message and the means of encryption)
5.5" x 7.5"
All broadsides were printed using photopolymer plates on a Vandercook proof press, on Rives BFK paper.
All of these are contained within a string-tie envelope, with colophon included; the title was set in Lydian and printed on a Vandercook proof press.
This copy is a numbered copy, one of 40 numbered and 26 lettered.
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- Listed on Sep 24, 2013
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