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Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2016
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed by Author
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Brand new! Signed by author/photographer Candace Doyal. Candace Doyal has created a body of work that cuts you open with its honesty. Melding documentary, visual and written commentary, and fine art photography, Doyal painstakingly recreates scenes from her family's searing history of addiction and incarceration, often using her own body as a stand-in for her mother in scenes simultaneously remembered and re-imagined. With echoes of Nan Goldin and Duane Michals, Doyal's eerie and beautiful tableaux, coupled with her own writing that illuminates each image, will haunt you with their unflinching gaze into the heart of addiction, even as the photographer has laid her own road out, by the act of their creation. Doyal's images and texts are supplemented by actual letters sent from prison by her mother, which include incisive and poignant writing about the impact of addiction-fueled criminal behavior and incarceration on the parent-child relationship. THIS THING IS ABOUT TO END is a work of anger and loss, heartbreak and sorrow, survival, endurance, and renewal. The creation of the work was integral to the artist's own escape from the cycle that had defined her youth. It is a work of power, a story that matters, and one that can make a difference.. Illustr.: Color Illustrations. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00523493. ISBN:1633980375
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 28.45
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2016
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed by Author
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Brand new! Signed by author/photographer Candace Doyal. Candace Doyal has created a body of work that cuts you open with its honesty. Melding documentary, visual and written commentary, and fine art photography, Doyal painstakingly recreates scenes from her family's searing history of addiction and incarceration, often using her own body as a stand-in for her mother in scenes simultaneously remembered and re-imagined. With echoes of Nan Goldin and Duane Michals, Doyal's eerie and beautiful tableaux, coupled with her own writing that illuminates each image, will haunt you with their unflinching gaze into the heart of addiction, even as the photographer has laid her own road out, by the act of their creation. Doyal's images and texts are supplemented by actual letters sent from prison by her mother, which include incisive and poignant writing about the impact of addiction-fueled criminal behavior and incarceration on the parent-child relationship. THIS THING IS ABOUT TO END is a work of anger and loss, heartbreak and sorrow, survival, endurance, and renewal. The creation of the work was integral to the artist's own escape from the cycle that had defined her youth. It is a work of power, a story that matters, and one that can make a difference.. Illustr.: Color Illustrations. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00523494. ISBN:1633980375
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 28.45
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2016
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed by Author
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Brand new! Signed by author/photographer Candace Doyal. Candace Doyal has created a body of work that cuts you open with its honesty. Melding documentary, visual and written commentary, and fine art photography, Doyal painstakingly recreates scenes from her family's searing history of addiction and incarceration, often using her own body as a stand-in for her mother in scenes simultaneously remembered and re-imagined. With echoes of Nan Goldin and Duane Michals, Doyal's eerie and beautiful tableaux, coupled with her own writing that illuminates each image, will haunt you with their unflinching gaze into the heart of addiction, even as the photographer has laid her own road out, by the act of their creation. Doyal's images and texts are supplemented by actual letters sent from prison by her mother, which include incisive and poignant writing about the impact of addiction-fueled criminal behavior and incarceration on the parent-child relationship. THIS THING IS ABOUT TO END is a work of anger and loss, heartbreak and sorrow, survival, endurance, and renewal. The creation of the work was integral to the artist's own escape from the cycle that had defined her youth. It is a work of power, a story that matters, and one that can make a difference.. Illustr.: Color Illustrations. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00523495. ISBN:1633980375
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 28.45
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2016
Edition: First Edition
Inscription: Signed by Author
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Brand new! Signed by author/photographer Candace Doyal. Candace Doyal has created a body of work that cuts you open with its honesty. Melding documentary, visual and written commentary, and fine art photography, Doyal painstakingly recreates scenes from her family's searing history of addiction and incarceration, often using her own body as a stand-in for her mother in scenes simultaneously remembered and re-imagined. With echoes of Nan Goldin and Duane Michals, Doyal's eerie and beautiful tableaux, coupled with her own writing that illuminates each image, will haunt you with their unflinching gaze into the heart of addiction, even as the photographer has laid her own road out, by the act of their creation. Doyal's images and texts are supplemented by actual letters sent from prison by her mother, which include incisive and poignant writing about the impact of addiction-fueled criminal behavior and incarceration on the parent-child relationship. THIS THING IS ABOUT TO END is a work of anger and loss, heartbreak and sorrow, survival, endurance, and renewal. The creation of the work was integral to the artist's own escape from the cycle that had defined her youth. It is a work of power, a story that matters, and one that can make a difference.. Illustr.: Color Illustrations. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00523496. ISBN:1633980375
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 28.45
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2015
Edition: First Edition
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Brand New! Our Table of Memories invites readers to consider the spicy, delicious connections between food, poetry and stories. The food-themed poetry and recipes are part of an exciting first-time collaboration between Project Feast and the Stories of Arrival: Youth Voices Poetry Project. Both serve to help refugees and immigrants share their strengths and experiences, and by doing so, literally and metaphorically nourish the larger community. An ideal resource for teachers, writers, food advocates, counselors and others who support young people and cross- cultural understandings. "Stories of Arrival and Project Feast are motivated by something more than themselves by tradition and a creative spark, by the abundant earth and the ineluctable human heart." John Fox, Founder, The Institute for Poetic Medicine "I believe that food is the blood and soul of our ancestors and that making food is an art." Project Poet, from Mexico "When we began the project, we were students, but now we are poets." Project Poet, from Burma. Illustr.: Illustrated By Morgan WrightIllustrated By Morgan Wright. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00520775. ISBN:1633980332
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 28.40
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2015
Edition: First Edition
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. New, direct from publisher! Vashon Island is widely celebrated for its beauty and the unique flavor of its culture and history. Experience Vashon through the eyes of noted artist Pam Ingalls-in glowing paintings that are illuminated from within, and layered with stories of the island she calls home. Pam's stunning images are delightfully paired with text by island writer Tom Conway, whose sprightly prose has a poetic flair that sets the whole collection dancing. For island old­timers and visitors alike, this treasure of loved vistas, vignettes and details of island life is perfect for sharing-with friends and family of all ages. Turn the page and step into the uniquely wonderful world of Vashon, from A to Z. From the Preface by Annie Brule: "Pam Ingalls' artwork means so much to so many people. Like the island landmarks she paints with grace and clarity, her work stands as one of the strong artistic landmarks in the rich art­scape of Vashon. The result is an homage to a very unique place in the world that, contrary to the trend of geographic sameness, just builds more character as time goes on. Pam has captured 26 of its wonders. We hope this book will be both a celebration of this incredible island, and a way to share its riches with those you love." Contributors: Pam Ingalls loves to paint. A lone alley is reimagined as a celebration of shadow and color. A simple portrait captures the spirit and light from within. Intense, lyrical brush strokes define her work. Tom Conway moved to Vashon Island after years of city living. He settled into a sweet old farmhouse on four acres of possibilities. He shares his experiences as writer, flower farmer, baker, and DIY­er at his blog, Tall Clover Farm. Annie Brulé grew up on the shores of Vashon. Annie runs a creative studio and a nimble little publishing company.. Illustr.: 30 color Illustrations. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00515793. ISBN:1633980235
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 33.20
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2015
Edition: First Edition
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. New, direct from publisher! Vashon Island is widely celebrated for its beauty and the unique flavor of its culture and history. Experience Vashon through the eyes of noted artist Pam Ingalls-in glowing paintings that are illuminated from within, and layered with stories of the island she calls home. Pam's stunning images are delightfully paired with text by island writer Tom Conway, whose sprightly prose has a poetic flair that sets the whole collection dancing. For island old­timers and visitors alike, this treasure of loved vistas, vignettes and details of island life is perfect for sharing-with friends and family of all ages. Turn the page and step into the uniquely wonderful world of Vashon, from A to Z. From the Preface by Annie Brule: "Pam Ingalls' artwork means so much to so many people. Like the island landmarks she paints with grace and clarity, her work stands as one of the strong artistic landmarks in the rich art­scape of Vashon. The result is an homage to a very unique place in the world that, contrary to the trend of geographic sameness, just builds more character as time goes on. Pam has captured 26 of its wonders. We hope this book will be both a celebration of this incredible island, and a way to share its riches with those you love." Contributors: Pam Ingalls loves to paint. A lone alley is reimagined as a celebration of shadow and color. A simple portrait captures the spirit and light from within. Intense, lyrical brush strokes define her work. Tom Conway moved to Vashon Island after years of city living. He settled into a sweet old farmhouse on four acres of possibilities. He shares his experiences as writer, flower farmer, baker, and DIY­er at his blog, Tall Clover Farm. Annie Brulé grew up on the shores of Vashon. Annie runs a creative studio and a nimble little publishing company.. Illustr.: 30 color Illustrations. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00516235. ISBN:1633980235
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 33.20
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2015
Edition: First Edition
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. New, direct from publisher! Vashon Island is widely celebrated for its beauty and the unique flavor of its culture and history. Experience Vashon through the eyes of noted artist Pam Ingalls-in glowing paintings that are illuminated from within, and layered with stories of the island she calls home. Pam's stunning images are delightfully paired with text by island writer Tom Conway, whose sprightly prose has a poetic flair that sets the whole collection dancing. For island old­timers and visitors alike, this treasure of loved vistas, vignettes and details of island life is perfect for sharing-with friends and family of all ages. Turn the page and step into the uniquely wonderful world of Vashon, from A to Z. From the Preface by Annie Brule: "Pam Ingalls' artwork means so much to so many people. Like the island landmarks she paints with grace and clarity, her work stands as one of the strong artistic landmarks in the rich art­scape of Vashon. The result is an homage to a very unique place in the world that, contrary to the trend of geographic sameness, just builds more character as time goes on. Pam has captured 26 of its wonders. We hope this book will be both a celebration of this incredible island, and a way to share its riches with those you love." Contributors: Pam Ingalls loves to paint. A lone alley is reimagined as a celebration of shadow and color. A simple portrait captures the spirit and light from within. Intense, lyrical brush strokes define her work. Tom Conway moved to Vashon Island after years of city living. He settled into a sweet old farmhouse on four acres of possibilities. He shares his experiences as writer, flower farmer, baker, and DIY­er at his blog, Tall Clover Farm. Annie Brulé grew up on the shores of Vashon. Annie runs a creative studio and a nimble little publishing company.. Illustr.: 30 color Illustrations. Book Condition: New. Binding: Paperback
Stock number:00516522. ISBN:1633980235
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 33.20
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2017
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Inscription: Signed by Author
Oversized Folio. "re-Branding" is a stunning collaboration between poet Jamaica Baldwin and artist Connie Fu. This is the first stand-alone publication of both author and artist and their first collaboration. Designed by Annie Brule, the broadside is issued in a limited edition signed by author and artist. Measuring 11 x 17 inches, it is printed on German etching paper. The edition will be limited to 226 copies. Jamaica Baldwin is a graduate of the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Pacific University Oregon and a 2017 Jack Straw Writer's Fellow. Her poetry has been published, or is forthcoming, in Rattle, Spiral Orb, Jack Straw Anthology, Hayden's Ferry, Third Coast Review and the Seattle Review of Books where she was the March 2017 poet in residence. She lives in Seattle and is currently working on her first book. Connie Fu is an artist from Detroit who works primarily in painting. After graduating with a degree in art history from Harvard University, she worked and showed in Seattle whilst expanding her visual vocabulary through forays into printmaking, ceramic sculpture, and mural work. Her interests lie in the experience of the body as lived-in space and object in the world, and the push/pull forces that constitute human relationships. She will be pursuing her MFA at Pratt Institute beginning in fall 2017. Annie Brulé is a typographer and designer of books, whose work appears in publications by the Smithsonian Institution, UCBerkeley, and the international GreenMap network, among others. She graduated Lewis & Clark College in studio art, and subsequently co-founded Chatwin Books publishing, where she holds the position of Design Director and most enjoys close collaborations with the artists and authors the company is privileged to work with.. Book Condition: New. Binding: Poster
Stock number:00532889. ISBN:163398057X
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 42.70
Imprint: Seattle, Chatwin Books, 2017
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Inscription: Signed by Author
Oversized Folio. "re-Branding" is a stunning collaboration between poet Jamaica Baldwin and artist Connie Fu. This is the first stand-alone publication of both author and artist and their first collaboration. Designed by Annie Brule, the broadside is issued in a limited edition signed by author and artist. Measuring 11 x 17 inches, it is printed on German etching paper. The edition will be limited to 226 copies. Jamaica Baldwin is a graduate of the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Pacific University Oregon and a 2017 Jack Straw Writer's Fellow. Her poetry has been published, or is forthcoming, in Rattle, Spiral Orb, Jack Straw Anthology, Hayden's Ferry, Third Coast Review and the Seattle Review of Books where she was the March 2017 poet in residence. She lives in Seattle and is currently working on her first book. Connie Fu is an artist from Detroit who works primarily in painting. After graduating with a degree in art history from Harvard University, she worked and showed in Seattle whilst expanding her visual vocabulary through forays into printmaking, ceramic sculpture, and mural work. Her interests lie in the experience of the body as lived-in space and object in the world, and the push/pull forces that constitute human relationships. She will be pursuing her MFA at Pratt Institute beginning in fall 2017. Annie Brulé is a typographer and designer of books, whose work appears in publications by the Smithsonian Institution, UCBerkeley, and the international GreenMap network, among others. She graduated Lewis & Clark College in studio art, and subsequently co-founded Chatwin Books publishing, where she holds the position of Design Director and most enjoys close collaborations with the artists and authors the company is privileged to work with.. Book Condition: New. Binding: Poster
Stock number:00532890. ISBN:163398057X
Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Arundel Books (Seattle)
$US 42.70
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