Ho chi minh city — Writing as archaeology: The most enjoyable and profound (and I never use that word lightly) part of writing a monograph on someone who died 500 years ago is the discovery of scattered bones and their ...
Ho chi minh city — These days I can hardly type a single sentence without a typo! Arghh!
Ho chi minh city — And ironic (?) that I should publish that sketch with typos. Time to avert my gaze from printed proofs and pixel approximations. Kind of wishing I still smoked.
The paper may have faded, but 500 years on — half a millennium! — and these woodcuts, are as charming, witty, and beautiful as ever.
‘A man who follows someone else not only does not find anything, he is not even looking….The men who pioneered the old routes are leaders, not our masters.’—Seneca
Cover for Codex #3. Now for Epson proofs and then files to the new printer in Barcelona. Both exhilarating and terrifying — as always.
Final final final round of edits to Codex 3
Just completed proofreading of Codex #3. I love this issue. Paul, Linda, Alta, & Allen have produced something really quite magnificent.
Almost completed proofreading issue 3 of Codex. It is a fantastic issue. For sure the best a idex yet. Very proud of the Codex team and the extended ‘family’ of authors and contributors.
Final round of proofreading for Codex #3
Home is where the books are.