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Gris Gris Malkuth by John Eberly
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As was typical of Xexoxial publications of the time, this work premiers a new font of exceptional nature: Glitch. The left pages feature collaborative drawings & the right feature collaborative texts. Both Eberly & Berry were very active contributors to mail-art related small presses at the time (& possibly to others I wasn't familiar w/). &, of course, the publisher was in the thick of it too. As such, this bk is a prime document of a particular period of an energetic & creative networking subculture that's mainly known to participants since participation was what it was all about.
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