FORTHCOMING [sic] 2013/2014
Over the next few months [sic] will present two new titles: James D. Fuson’s Twenty Years: Reflections of an Empty Sky and Matthew Loflin Davis’ JUNKYSAYS.
Twenty Years is James D. Fuson’s serpentine narrative of haiku-observations spanning twenty years of his ongoing prison sentence in the Michigan correctional system. Fuson’s work has appeared in Acorn (2013), I’ve Somehow Swallowed the Night (Prison Creative Arts Project at University of Michigan, 2011), among others. Cover illustration by the author. (December 2013 / 82 pages / paperback / $20 USD)
JUNKYSAYS is a collection of memoir-blogs from Matthew Loflin Davis, an artist, writer, and addict living in Detroit. Began in 2010 as a blogspot.com account called the JUNKY CHRONICLES, it has served to sporadically document Davis’ experiences living with addiction. He writes in a December 2011 post: “Ive been accused of glamorizing my life as an addict and maybe this will explain better what its really like, nothing pretty or exciting.” JUNKYSAYS includes images taken by Davis and unexpected comments and conversations by blogspot members who follow Davis’ posts. (February 2014 / paperback / $20 USD)
Someday, we will get a real website with a store where you can buy new and old [sic] books. Until then, please request a copy by e-mailing Jonathan at email@example.com.