|eyes through winter|
Trees still pay attention though they might not attract visitors except those that seek their shelter.
Gathering ideas for my up coming 2012 project: a year of fascicles.
|first page is forming. stitching will come through tonight to celebrate the shortest and the coming of light's return|
Postscript regarding the term "fascicle." If you go to this Link: About Emily Dickinson's Fascicles you will find a short articles describing the use of the term as I'm going to regard it for my 2012 project. According to the Encyclopedia of the Book, (Oak Knole Press & the British Library, 1996, the term can be generally defined as: a single number of a work published in instalments. Also called fascicule or fasciculus. I like to think of them as little pamphlets that Emily Dickinson stitched to fit into the palm of her hand - to hold her poems and her secrets in the drawer of the writing desk where she would sit and compose her thoughts. In total she made 40 fascicles but many more hundreds of poems were also found on individual pages. She was known to write on any paper surface she'd find. A true bricoleur.
I had a few comments that left some visitors puzzled by my use of the word so I hope this provides a little insight into how I'm interpreting the term.
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