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  • Doris Yee

    Book cover is truly jaw-dropping when you think beyond type and print. Sometimes it's about the orientation of seeing a cover...the order in which you read a title. And the material itself (if successfully woven or teased in with the narrative/content) is more than craft but an art.

    • Keith Bormuth

      Totally agreed, and Sahre has always seemed to balance a kind of fun wit with seriousness. The Clarice Lispector series might be my favorite as a group. You have any favorites?

      • Doris Yee

        Why American Needs a Left was expect but still appreciated. Buddhasm is funny. But Earlybird is pretty great.