Claremount, CA: Scripps College Press, 2005. Near Fine in None Issued dust-jacket First Edition. Limited Edition of 102 copies, this is copy number 61, Signed by the students in the typography class at Scripps College Press and Professor Kitty Maryatt, [12 ½ x 6 ½”],  pages. Bound accordion fold within abstract color-designed paper over boards, multicolor silk ties hold all together. Printed letterpress with various colors, pop-ups, and a volvelle, images carved from linoleum, some printed with rainbow rolls, four-color images printed on and HP Indigo digital printer, more color with airbrush and pochoir, many of the illustrations include attached buttons, brads, fabric, fringe, ribbon and thread. Near fine condition with minor shelf wear to covers. Item #12929
This book began with a novel approach: the Typography Class imagined a major character and were asked to each write various physical and emotional attributes of that character. As individual stories were written about her, with no preconceived sequence, our character’s personality became clear and evolved further. The stories played off each other as they were arranged, revised, and rearranged multiple times until the class became satisfied with the arc of the coalesced narrative. Playful pop-ups lighten the serious mood and display our character’s maturing personality, while the play of colors enlivens the page.