Chronic, Chronos, Kairos by Jacob Russell is Damask Press' second chapbook release. In a letterpress edition of 100.
Chronic, Chronos, Kairos is the second chapbook released by Damask Press. Chronic, Chronos, Kairos contains five poems by Jacob Russell from his expansive, multi-volume work Poem to the End of My Days and drawings by Becket Flannery printed on a series of unbound cards. The chapbook is printed in an edition of 100 using a Vandercook Universal I press.
JACOB RUSSELL was born in Chicago a long time ago. He arrived in Philly on a Vespa motor scooter in 1964 and never found the exit. He’s been wandering the streets of Philly every since searching for Found Things. Spirit Stick says: “Found Things may be given shelter, but lose all their powers if possessed.” Spirit Stick says: “Found Things can never be lost–were you to discard all Things you claim to own–that they be Found & granted their freedom, we might yet save ourselves from self-destruction.” For links to Jacob’s published writing, check out his blog, Jacob Russell’s Barking Dog.
DAMASK PRESS was founded in 2010 by Toby Altman and Liana Katz and is dedicated to printing handmade books of verse. Damask favors a non-traditional aesthetic in the poetry of its authors and its approach to book design. www.damaskpress.com
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One copy of the Chronic, Chronos, Kairos chapbook. One copy of the "Chronic, Chronos, Kairos" broadside hand printed by Allegra Fisher. AND your favorite poem (or other short text) hand printed by Damask Press in a limited edition made uniquely for you.Estimated delivery: Apr 2012