Infinity Heart seems to come on as an introduction or setting, creating a sense of normalcy to the poems though they speak through a dreamy surrealism. Filmic language, both photography and movies, is present throughout and poems shift between narrating outward to an observer and playfully layering upon its internal language snapshots, asking the reader to keep up.
This book is hand-sewn with a pamphlet stitch binding. The text pages are laser printed on 24lb recycled paper. The cover is on 80lb cover stock and is also laser-printed, giving it a glossy sheen that should yield to an interesting weathering. Cover photo by Sasha Skotton. Cover design by Stacy Blint. Made in Milwaukee in an edition of 50.
Stacy Blint is a multidisciplinary artist and writer living in Wisconsin. Current projects include Disappearing Books and documentation of The Art Bunker, a site-specific work. Her poems have appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Big Bridge, Elderly, The White Wall Review, Matchbook Magazine, and Drupe Fruits. She is the author of the chapbook 13 Golden Hooks (Saint Earl Press). Her writing has also been featured in the book for the album Death Blues, Ensemble.