Oh, man, do I love Emily Kendal Frey’s new book, Sorrow Arrow (Octopus Books). I also love the cover art by Treasure Frey (no relation).
But I wonder… what is the void in the middle doing there? Is that the sadness? Is it a frame for something missing? A fill in the blank? Is it the arrow, or the target for the arrow? Or is it simply what it is?
As someone who thinks in collage (I say that like it’s a brain disease, and maybe it is) I had the urge to fill that space. To alter it in some way, as if that openness in the art were an invitation to collaborate.
So, here are some “remixes” of the Sorrow Arrow cover. Please enjoy…
Now go out and buy this wonder!
And if you want to see Emily and I hanging out on the Casserole Reading on YouTube, check it out.
Also, there’s a video of me introducing Emily at a reading almost four whole years ago.
As you can tell, I adore Emily and all her work.
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