Pamphlet stitch binding
5 x 8"
Published in Portland, OR—February 2017
edition of 100
This is an excellent book to give to someone you love.
If the concept of love is constantly shifting in your brain, and you worry that to tell that someone you think you love that you love them might be exactly true in one minute but slightly less true the next, and if one of the values you assign to this concept of love is truth, so truthfully articulating your feelings for them to them is your ultimate goal, but because your definition of the term love is constantly shifting the truth of the statement is fleeting, what you can do is amass a wealth of objects and songs and pictures and little books that reflect single moments of truth along your timeline of feelings directed toward that person and hope that the grand sum of these things will more accurately and tangibly reflect what you mean by such a difficult word and hope that that person's amassment of a similar wealth reflects something equally appealing and meaningful back to you. In this way, this is a good book to give to someone you think you might love.
It is also an excellent book to give to someone who just likes comics. Or the Magnetic Fields. Or chairs. Or Two-stepping.