One morning, a woman leaves the library, where she lives. On her meandering journey, she catalogs strange characters and changes tack to avoid impending rain.
Heather McShane enjoys thinking about the experience of language as it extends from the written word to the physical world. Her chapbook No Home but Everywhere (Meekling Press 2015), a fictional narrative of unexpected encounters, mirrors the act of walking in its pacing. She holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and teaches at the University of Illinois at Chicago and DePaul University. Additionally, she helps run Tritriangle, a performative media space in Chicago. Dimensions: 5 x 8" Materials:Softcover book
Meekling Press (Pilsen)
Meekling Press is a small “boundary defying” publisher, printer, and arts collective based in Chicago. We are a low-scale and DIT (Do It Together!) press. Many of our editions are handmade, partially printed on the letterpress, and/or hand-bound. We work in collaboration with our authors throughout the design and production process. We are not so interested in boundaries of genre, or in restrictions of length. What is more important is to find that sentence or that novel (etc) its most wonderful, thoughtfully-created nest.
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