1988. 4" x 10".
12 pages. Two pieces about tension between a mother and son, with a tiny haiku about a bird. Text & images carved into linoleum blocks, wood type printed letterpress on Mexican bark paper. Uncovered boards with title block and other papers: "house shaped" accordion-fold with one single signature at the peak. 44 copies.
"'Originally, Mother's Day was a peace holiday. I read that.' He took another marble out of the bowl and looked through it, rolling it in between his fingers like a cigar."
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