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Steve Donachie - Miami, FL (USA):
April 11, 2001:
This book has wooden covers and opens with a hinge. It
is the log of a square-rigged ship, and was bolted to the
captain's chart table.
This book is a diary of dreams, but was writ with an
ink that fades, so the earliest passages are nearly invisible, while the
latest are still bright and crisp and clear.
This book consists of twenty volumes and is an attempt to capture
the entire life of its central character, omitting no friends or acquaintances.
The author had it illustrated with sketches.
This is the photo album of a young man who went to
war in the 1940's. Half way through the pictures end and the
rest of the pages are blank and black.
This is a book from Bali, written in pictographs on palm leaves
strung together like a venetian blind. When you ruffle through the
pages you can smell the aroma of a tropical breeze from long
ago, as if a window had opened.
This book is infinitely long, but it still fits in its cover
because each page is nine tenths as thick as the one before.
This book was etched on incredibly thin plates of glass which have
stuck together, piling all the words on top of one another and
making it impossible to read.
This is a book imagined by Italo Calvino. Its words have
been sorted according to frequency of use.
This is a book of plans for a house, including a full
size mockup that unfolds from the center.
This book is a play in which each line is uttered by
a different character, not unlike this library.