A short story by Peter Miller, and illustrated by Pam Berry. Set to look like a 7” single, which you have to turn it to read (once you’ve pulled it from its sleeve, obviously).
I love this story, a short burst of ennui punctuated by sparrows, disappointing cake, Bacharach and David. It’s a single (!) sheet of 660 GSM paper in a paper sleeve. All type hand-set and printed at the Half Pint Press; the illustration and (part of) the sleeve screen printed at Sonsoles Print Studio, Peckham.
Edition of 120.
This might be the first of a series. That depends.
Join us to celebrate the publication of “Dusty Springfield” on Thursday 12th October 2017!