Granary Books, 1998. Item #GB_64
8 1/2 x 11 in., 24 pp., saddle-stitched wrappers.
In this book, Susan Bee sets and illustrates a long serial poem by Charles Bernstein, offering a running visual dialogue with the poem’s textual acrobatics. Together they explore the psychopathology of everyday life: at times dark, at times dizzyingly demented, swerving from the wildly comic to the searingly political and from the whimsical to the elegiac.
Printed offset in black ink on white paper by Brad Freeman. Cover designed by Philip Gallo and Susan Bee, then laser-printed in color at The Hermetic Press. This is from an edition of 500 copies. As new.