as one so afflicted, here's a group for people who use books for mail art purposes or even just labor under the yoke of book addiction, those yearning masses who amass books intended for reading but which, mostly just pile up.See More
"Sadly, nothing you've ever sent me has sold, Dave. However, no effort to make a buck has been made, either. The poster from your presidential run should be worth something this year or next, so now you have me thinking. ...
"Certainly, Vikki, no need to ask. I look forward to it. So you were welcomed by Galloway for a second time! His was the first mail art I received too, in 2011. He seems to make it a nice + warm habit. "
"it's always a surprise when the umpire strikes back, but it probably shouldn't be.
another grand blog from david stafford. thinking of you, dave.
p.s. one has to have renewed appreciation for alistair cooke…"
"we'll never know about blown up versions, xx, as working very large looks like nothing on my table, mostly a mishmash. must be the nature of the materials themselves? or a glitch in my dna or eyesight, ha. …"
Nancy, you just decided who will get the next piece of colored paper from Dave's Personal Collection of colored papers! I'm in California till June 3 or so but I look forward to getting the lettuce when I return. (sounds like we're talking in gangster code, just like the guvmintl guys).
Hey Nance! Would be thrilled if you pop in at the trashpo facebook group. Any IUOMA as well of course! Facebook sucks, but I like to think Trashpo is still about the fun and has super nice trashfolks. I have something to mail you...actually have had for at least a year. I'm very slow about sending these days, but the thought is there and I WILL send soon!!! xoxooxoxoxox
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