16 March 2016

Body of Work

What do you do with books so old they're way beyond their shelf life, long past donating to the local library or resale shop?  A bonfire is one answer.

Or, you could follow Lisa Nilsson's lead and turn them into art.   In a kind of homage to Gray's Anatomy, Nilsson has produced remarkable results as part of her Tissue series.

See if you don't agree.

“They are constructed by a technique of rolling and shaping narrow strips of paper called quilling or paper filigree."

Read brother Jim's exciting new novel . . . and leave the lights on.

"An amazing tale . . . that you cannot put down!"  ML, Georgia
"It takes hold from the first page and won't let go!"  CE, Illinois
"An old-fashioned thriller."  Featured Kirkus Review

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