I'M HERE: a two-part tribute to my mother This publication unfolds into a 22.75-inch x 33-inch poster on 50-lb newsprint. The back of the poster consists of my story 'When I get Cancer' (the last chapter in The Shape of Spilled Milk), an account of my thoughts on my mother's experience of surviving cancer. The front of the poster is a photograph of my mother listening to Kendrick Lamar's "Bitch, Don't Kill my Vibe" about a month after her successful surgery. Dimensions: 8.5 x 11.5" Materials: Ink on 50-lb newsprint
Candor Arts (West Town)
Candor Arts is a Chicago-based resource and independent publisher of artist books. Their published authors share personal accounts of their lives and offer therapeutic perspectives on learning and healing. Their projects are always derived from human experience and often address social issues in contemporary society.
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