formatting chapbooks by Jennifer Pilch & Joseph Riippi. both are making me weep tears of gasoline because they’re so grand.
I Chucked A Sickie To Be Here
Now that things are quieting down a bit here at the office (almost caught up on book releases, all mail being sent) I can finally lay my hands on darling letterpress. Got a bunch of projects cooked up. Some greeting cards. Some small broadsides. Pretty damn excited to wear the apron again and find ink in my beard. Also tonight, I bought a football at Five Below. And candy. I am living the dream.
This song makes me want to remake Vanishing Point...
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Newness: This week we released our 49th title! Everybody welcome Trey Moody’s Once Was a Weather to the Greying Ghost catalog. Weather is such a bad ass chap. The poems are so full of brawls and patience. Coal miners will use these poems instead of head lamps in the future. Next up will be Jennifer Pilch’s Profil Perdu. This will be our 50th book. It still befuddles my small brain...
Started prep work of Jennifer Pilch’s Profil Perdu. This will be out 50th book in 5 years. Can’t believe it has been that many and that long. Plus all of our pamphlets and specials. A very special deep thanks to everyone for their support and writing. Lets make it 100 in 10. Hell yeah.
THE COLD IS
“Wind finds my body, behind a stone or in a field. I know three explanations, but I can’t discuss any of them. There is water, somewhere, which might matter. Somewhere else, a man is lying to you, but you are unafraid as you read this.” - Trey Moody fr. Once Was A Weather
Corduroy Mtn. Archives!
Corduroy Mtn. Archives Vol. 1 & 2 c/o Greying Ghost Press
It is a busy holiday weekend here at the Greying Ghost office. This week we’ve been knocking out Trey Moody’s chest thumping Once Was A Weather chapbook. So far the production has been going smoothly. No hiccups thusly. Covers all cut and folded. Title bands being printed. 75% of the guts are printed and folded. This fine thang might be done by the week’s end but most likely...