This is a simple concept. Send a handwritten poem out every day to a list of people and get one in return. I’m checking myself before I wreck myself.
After many a night ironing and folding and taping and sewing and cutting and clipping and starting over: here it is. Dusie 2011. Open publication – Free publishing – More dusie
These are the only objects that pulled me through the latest bout of homesickness brought on by snow. Thanks be to Paul for all his wonkiness.
I don’t usually venture into the world of chapbook fabrication outside of the Dusie kollektiv, but I took a few weeks to make Paul a chapbook for Christmas. I sketched these critters over and over until they mildly resembled animals.
My unfinished portrait of jimmy in green. I can’t seem to get the rest of his face right. I just keep doing the hair. His hair is prodigious. At first I thought I would one-day give this to Jimmy. But now I know I need to look at it often so it’s staying right where it …
Nicole Mauro’s Tax-Dollar Super-Sonnet is in mailboxes now. I have lived it and breathed it for the last 2 weeks and now I’m stepping back to admire my badassery. This is just one of many chapbooks made for the annual Dusie Collective, but damn it, it’s ALMOST DONE and I’m celebrating! I cleaned out two …
Who is obsessed with Proust right now.
Upcycled khakis with schoolboy embroidered. Soon to be the property of misty and jimmy.