“In art and grief there are days you’re not proud of, days the emotions turn ugly, days the images don’t turn out the way you want. But that’s the human in us, and it belongs in the process. “
In this reading list, Jeanne Bonner ruminates on the joys of writing by hand and keeping a notebook.
Just like handwriting survived long after the introduction of print, paper is still very much part of our internet-era economy.
In a world full of smartphones, laptops, and tablets, the paper industry is showing surprising resiliency.
“Until I read Paradox, I had not considered the possibility that waste paper baskets could be imbued with paradox, but Legrand has convinced me.”