7.5 x 5 inches; 34 pages; edition of 125 
“Every death is violent” begins this short story by Amy Bloom, who, as noted by Ursula K. Le Guin, “can handle unspeakable pain with the quiet authority of a Chekhov, but has an even rarer gift: she describes happiness so that we can share in it.” Artwork by sculptor and mixed media artist jordan tierney. Diverse image-making techniques include original rubbings & spray paint, photocopy onto acetate, and inserts of paper material inside a few of the text sheets that are semi-translucent and folded at the foredge. (Other text sheets are not translucent.) Japanese side-stitch binding with a wrap-around pyrographic cover, made of leather-like synthetic materials. Design and letterpress printing by Robin Price. Signed by Bloom, Tierney, and Price.