i come to you in a post-covid new-year-same-old-bullshit holding-onto-hope-for-dear-life haze. i fluctuate between wanting to believe that things will get “better” this year (though i’m not exactly sure what “better” means or looks like anymore) and giving in to cynicism, choosing pettiness and spite because why not. today i choose hope. i don’t have new work for you because in all honesty i haven’t been making much the past few weeks between being sick/taking care of sick loved-ones and the holidays and and and
but i do have news: the wonderful jennifer s. cheng reached out to me last year asking if i’d be open to turning the dream life into a chapbook with drop leaf press, makers of women-curated experiments. i sent jennifer four packets of dreams and asked for their making to be a total surprise to me, for them to dream these pieces into an object. here’s a sneak peek of what was dreamed up:
i, like you, don’t know what the final product is! keep an eye on the drop leaf press instagram account or the drop leaf press store for a link to buy this *super* limited edition object/chapbook/dreambook.