It’s been a while since I’ve posted any photos of people reading Box Cutters, but I have a few cool new photos.
And then there’s my brother’s photo. Way way back, my great-grandfather (“Daddy Bill”) handcrafted an exact replica of his home as a dollhouse for his granddaughter — my mother. It was a stunning piece of work, exacting in its detail, but with the roof off, it was also a wonderfully functional top-view dollhouse. I should know: my mother kept it, and I used to play with my Star Wars action figures in this thing — it was a perfect scale for them.
Recently, as a gift for my mother’s birthday, my brother — the artist Jon Snoek — refurbished the dollhouse, complete with handmade miniature artwork and furniture, all my brother’s painstaking handiwork.
And in my Granny’s bedroom is a tiny bookshelf that my brother made by hand — complete with tiny books. And on the bottom shelf of that bookshelf: a teeny tiny replica of Box Cutters!!!
[These photo are from my father’s cell phone (hi, Dad!), so they’re a bit grainy. I’ll post cleaner pics as soon as I get them!]
Stay tuned for more pix in a couple of weeks, gang. I’ll be at AWP in Seattle next week, and on Thursday, I’ll be hanging around the sunnyoutside press table (Q9) in the bookfair from 11 to noon. I’ll probably be by there a lot more often than that, but I’ll definitely be around from 11 to noon. And while I’m there, I’ll be taking photos of anyone willing to pose with the book. If you’re at AWP, come by and find me! I’d love to take your picture.
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That wasn’t actually my photo, it was Paul’s, but he passed the book on to me anyway. 🙂