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The Ride I Never Took - Hand Bound Book featuring Seven Short Stories Screen and Letterpress Printed

The Ride I Never Took - Hand Bound Book featuring Seven Short Stories Screen and Letterpress Printed

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The Ride I Never Took explores the way we look at the memories of those who have passed. It is a collection of short stories by Ian D. Warren and designed by Krista Sharp. The stories are re-imagined memories of the duos grandfathers (Bill Sharp of Childers, Oklahoma and Ralph Jack Warren of Silverdale, Kansas). Often based on real memories or personal traits, they ask us to reflect on the ones we’ve lost and moments or conversations we wish we had.

Coptic binding
Letterpress and screen printed on
Stonehenge paper with cherry
wood cover.
6 inches x 7.5 inches (closed)



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