. . . for a future to be possible
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If [a map] feels like kicking over an ash can, a poet’s castle, or a prosodic law, will you stop it? ... If it happens to feel like trying to fly where humans cannot fly, to sing what cannot be sung, to walk in a cave on all fours, or to tighten up its girth in blind hope and faith and try to scale mountains that are not, who shall stop it? In short, must a [map] always be a [map] !? Charles Ives, Epilogue to 114 Songs, 1961.

  • Right MAP Making : Five Ways to Make Maps for a Future to be Possible
    Letterpress Broadside
  • Inside the Room :: Outside the Room
    Introduction to the NACIS Atlas of Design #4
  • The Gate at The Crossing at El Coyote on the Vamori Wash to Many Dogs Place
    Essay and Map appearing in Guerrilla Cartography Atlas in a Day : Migration
  • That Map You Loved That Saved Your Life
    Essay apprearing in Visual Fields, Cartographic Perspectives
  • Born in the month the world began
    Artist Statement & Vita
  • Geographer Maps Printmaking
    Article appearing in the Missoulian Entertainer newspaper
  • Printmaking as installation performance and conceptual art
    “Revolution in Monoprinting” Southern Graphics Conference

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