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More on the 100 page accordion book

Phew! Or as the Usa-nians say, 'Whew'! It's been a busy week, what with teaching two classes, getting a residency application together, going to the editorial job for a Chicago-based magazine that I do two days a week, keeping updated on TwitFace, etc. So here are some more pictures of the 100-page accordion book that I also spent a few hours taking shots of on Tuesday:

The box is an almost-the-correct-size  thing that I made last year, out of bookboards and blue + brown bookcloth.

I posted a picture of the book with cat Pablo the other day. I thought it was only fair to post one with the other cat, Mr. Enrique the bruiser, as well:

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