That the physical fact of a page includes the thickness of the paper is understood. That the page folded back on itself makes an interior and an exterior space is understood. That this interiority might model the space of unarticulated thoughts is understood. That there is no economy of writing which allows, simply, all thoughts equal access to the manuscript is understood. That the extension of narrative into the thoughts of others is a capacity of writing is understood. That the customary behaviors of reading do not admit to peeking into “unauthorized” zones may not be so well understood. This book only makes its sense know to you, dear reader, if you have understood the invitation to peek between the sheets.
Handmade Japanese style cloth-bound book with offset photographs and letterpress text.