on life, death & birds
Part of a series of short books, on life, death, and birds is a meditation by women writers whose work has been lost to time, from well-known authors whose greater body of work or poetry have disappeared, to women who were prolific in their day but are virtually unknown today, to those whose work simply never became part of the literary canon. on life, death, and birds puts women in conversation with one another in intriguing new ways.
Includes writings from: L.E.L., Felicia Dorothea Hemans, Emily Brontë, Charlotte Brontë, Elizabeth Gaskell, and Emily Dickinson.
Curated by Rachel Linn and Marika Josephson, printed on vellum paper with archival ink, and bound by hand with original cover art by Rachel Linn. 20 pages.
Available with black or fuschia cover art. Packaged with removable sleeve in small letters envelope.
50 copies made.