Peripheral Vision is an investigation of the mental process. From the starting point of a dream, the narrator follows mental pathways that lead through memories of childhood, meditations on intimacy, mini ghost stories and to the very meaning of language and art. Reminiscent of “choose your own adventure” stories, the paths the reader can take through the semi-transparent vellum paper are seemingly endless.
50 pages, laser printed on vellum with letterpress covers. Hand-bound in Japanese stab stitch. 10″x8″
Edition of 50.
Miranda is a poet, lyric essayist and occasional fiction writer living in Chicago. She received her BA in Creative Writing from Knox College and her MFA in Writing from The School of the Art institute of Chicago. She currently teaches college composition and ESL as well as creative writing workshops to children. Her writing has been published in South Dakota Review, Hoot Magazine, Apple Valley Review and Upstairs at Duroc.