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The Bear Box

A Memoir by Carol J. Blinn

This short personal piece records a simple slice of Carol's family life.When all is said and done, it is the tiny windows through which we glimpse our lives that stay with us the longest and enrich our human condition. As Carol writes about her world, she will, from time to time, issue short memory pieces about her work, about her family and not surprisingly, about birds. This short text describes Carol's mother's penchant for boxes.

One hundred and forty copies were produced, with ninety copies beingreserved for inclusion in deluxe copies of Parenthesis 9, the Journal of the Fine Press Book Association. The pamphlet is letterpress printed, with the title page photograph digitally printed.

5 by 6 1/2 inches, vertical; 7 pages; signed


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