summer's day man, myth, and magic--cover
Sunday, August 4, 2013
Still holding onto this summer, darker than usual and full of man, myth, and magic. Finished this book over a year ago, when the son was still shining and the father had not gone down. It revisits a world I enjoyed well as a boy--my parents frequently... More »
eXtreme garden golf viXens cover
Sunday, June 16, 2013
Long and sad story here. I had meant to give this bibliolage to my father as a present, though as I got into it I kept realizing that it might really confuse or even annoy him. His health was failing fast. Not a part of his body or mind was functioning quite right, and the old spirit was... More »
Monday, May 6, 2013
Seems like there's always a better idea, and never more so than when I was a kid. Lines got streamed, pep went into the step, and the tube held us fast. We were populuxed indeed.   That word was born just about when I was, and then quietly went somewhere else for a while.... More »
Friday, May 3, 2013
I don't know this photographer (Timothy Hearsum), but he has driven through Santa Barbara, as I see from his book of panoramic photos, and his book Road Trips was published in Santa Barbara. I decided to hitchhike along, occupying the wide-openness with my... More »
Webster's International Stones of Summer front cover
Saturday, April 20, 2013
For this one, you need to know--should know!--the film made in 2002 by Mark Moskowitz, called Stone Reader, which recounts his years of hunting for the author of a highly praised novel that came out in 1972--The Stones of Summer. The author of that novel, Dow Mossman, had... More »
Anthropologie catalogue cover with image from Early Man
Monday, March 18, 2013
Anthropologie's winter catalogue seemed especially in need of male company--tastefully primitive, thank you. So I went on a dig and found Early Man, our ancestral nakedness, to liven up the room. Look at that bone structure. All this was conceived and executed as a Valentine's Day gift... More »
HopperHopper cover
Friday, March 8, 2013
Two books about Edward Hopper have (been) joined together to form Hopper Hopper, and those lonely individuals, drenched in anomie, are not quite so lonely now. The anomie has been mopped up a little. The core book started coming unglued after I was well along in the process, so I stitched it up at... More »
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
      A Book of Bibliolage makes a good place to begin this blog. The website goes back a few weeks now. The practice of bibliolaging goes back seven to ten years, depending on your definition. The word bibliolage goes back about three years, my invention, I think. And the blog starts now... More »