SpeakEasy Press ~ North Carolina
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Frank Brannon: "[A book] should possess a quality that is commensurate with its content, and I would wish it to exist outside of the constant stream of electrons in which we enjoy immersing ourselves. Will the library 500 years hence contain these palpable, tactile objects? If it does, I want to contribute to that library primarily with the ideas and histories which are not highly valued within our current era.”
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Eye Think A Lot About Potatoes: They Make Me Quite Round

By Frank Brannon
Asheville, North Carolina: SpeakEasy Press, 2008. Edition of 90.

3 x 2.5"; 20 pages including two fold out pages. Letterpress printed on handmade papers with 11 point Garamond type and photopolymer illustrations.

Eleven vignettes featuring the potato — personal anecdotes, cravings, seasonings, varieties.



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