On Sox socks.
Give the new Cultural Society update a read.
If you leave in LA, check out this.
"You will be a lion in your own cause."
Garden update: raspberries (unknown, summer-bearing variety), strawberries (sparkle), basil, eggplant (three varieties: classic, Japanese, fingerling), tomatoes (too many varieties to enumerate), bell peppers (too many varieties), hot peppers (habanero, jalapeno, Thai hot), squash (patty pan and crookneck), zucchini, cucumber (slicer), nasturtiums, thyme, oregano, sage, rosemary. That about covers it.
Found the mother lode of heirloom tomatoes at a nearby roadside stand. He was propagating his own varieties and had every conceivable heirloom variety imaginable. Some highlights: ivory egg, Cherokee purple, Aunt Ruby's green German, rose de berne, lemon drop, and others.
Clark Coolidge's Counting On Planet Zero
Fewer & Further Press is pleased to announce the publication of Clark Coolidge's Counting On Planet Zero. Counting On Planet Zero is printed on laid paper in an edition of 500 copies, 50 of which are special editions.
Copies can be purchased for $8, postpaid. Please visit the Fewer & Further Press site for an excerpt and cover image. Payments can be made through the site with Paypal.
Special editions are hand-sewn and signed by the author, for $15. If you would like to purchase a special edition, please contact the editor for availability.
If you would like to pay by check, mail it to:
121 Lockes Village Rd
Wendell, MA 01379
Thank you very much.
Jess Mynes, editor
Yo Yo Labs
Has a website! Give it your undivided attention.
Here at F&F studios we work long into the night folding and stapling the newest. I've folded and stapled 270 copies last night and tonight, lest you doubt my fortitude. Tomorrow I trim and add a couple of other design elements. A press release at the end of the week if all goes swimmingly.
To catch up, the F&F reading was terrific. Should say more, but I wouldn't know where to start, at least tonight.
Ordered highbush blueberries yesterday. Planted green beans and cilantro today. The garden thus far: garlic, peas, carrots, beets, parsley, swiss chard, kale (two kinds), collards, spinach, tat soi, pac choi, various mustards (too many to name -- at least five different varieties), chinese cabbage, red salad bowl lettuce, butter crunch lettuce, salad mix, arugula, chives...
More to say. Soon hopefully.