12 March 2003 A combination of poetry, prose, and graphic art from a Czech Surrealist who once painted the surface of a frozen lake. The twelve full-color pictures that form the book’s central motif are from a 1976 Danish calendar and executed by froissage, a particular method invented by Novak of interpreting the lines formed […]

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