by Rachel Linn
A mini personal essay about mountaineering, mortality, and being a daughter. Originally published in Pacifica Literary Review. This edition is an accordion book with a sleeve that was written, illustrated, and freehand-embroidered by Rachel Linn and letterpress-printed by Rebecca Elliott of Meekling Press.
25 copies made.
Dimensions: 4.5 in x 3.75 in (folded)
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