The Other Corner: PS1 Books Inspire

One Sunday ago, after work I strolled over to witness the mass of artists, publishers, and small presses at MoMA PS1 for the New York Art Book Fair.  This was my first. It retained the excitement of the book fairs that would pop up every year at my elementary school–a temporary store of colorful, educational tools which would be a class requirement to attend. Except at … Continue reading The Other Corner: PS1 Books Inspire

Treasures Untold in e-mail Drafts

It’s June, and I’m finally dusting off the blog.  Here are my obligatory apologetic first two lines.  In doing so, along with purging e-mails and a glass of beer, I’ve come across a few gems of ideas and more importantly a few lists in some e-mail drafts. List 1: Tattoo Country My concept for a tattoo has long been the same: Get a tattoo for … Continue reading Treasures Untold in e-mail Drafts

Remembering the Pacific by Diane Wakoski

I don’t remember seeing it at night.  It would look like the groom at a wedding, in his black tuxedo with only a crest of foaming shirtfront. Of course when I lived just a block away from the ocean in Laguna Beach, or in Solano Beach, California I must have seen it often at night.  But I have a hard time pulling the image to … Continue reading Remembering the Pacific by Diane Wakoski