Judy Kravis

women coverThese women slip into a space you didn’t know was there, they see shadows where there isn’t even light. Thirty-four swift texts scan the insights and generosity of everyday encounters—in shops, around the home patch, along the road, in town.

48pp, perfect bound, 105x148mm, pbk, numbered edition of 301. A boreen book, October 2018

 €5

 

Peter Morgan

buttonsPhotographs of disparate objects, both local and exotic, unexpected scenes, familiar items newly juxtaposed, these loose buttons are grounded, clarified—humorous, anecdotal and dreamy—evoked in short texts beneath each picture. With a puff of smoke we could all be walking on air.

28pp, laser printed photographs with text, 190 x 235, stapled, edition of 39. A byways production, November 2018

 €10

 

Judy Kravis

the nine oclock movieA zombie falls in love with a woman after eating her boyfriend's brain and starts to regain human feelings.

Nine o'clock is the watershed
After that you're on your own

8pp, 200 x 200mm, handsewn, Edition of 57, A boreen book, September 2017

 €5

 

Judy Kravis

what happens when nothing else doesOne Saturday morning in a fresh young pause in the Wolf Café this phrase began to occupy the back of my brain. An eight-page fugue around what happened next.

8pp, 200 x 200mm, handsewn, Edition of 57, A boreen book, September 2017

 €5

 

Peter Morgan

one day closer to dyingI was travelling in Myanmar, visiting the Shwedagon Pagoda at sunset, which seemed like the perfect moment ...

32pp, 170 x 200mm, bound with brass screws, A byways production, September 2017. Also available: Special large format edition of 10, signed and numbered, in presentation folder, 320 x 400mm, €175.

 €10

Peter Morgan

everything is hereWe were travelling in the Alpujarras in Southern Spain, and read about a Tibetan monastery, which, as the guide books said, would give us the impression of having fallen through a black hole into South-East Asia.

32pp, 220 x 200mm, bound with brass screws. A byways production, September 2017.

 €10

Peter Morgan

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I bought Michael Craig-Martin's book On Being an Artist and read it from cover to cover. I enjoyed its jargon-free clarity, sprinkled with humour. As soon as I finished reading it I had an urge to cut out an oak tree through the covers and all the pages. Inside the presentation box is a text derived from the book's uniformly positive reviews, printed in red.

Hardback edition of On Being an Artist by Michael Craig-Martin's book with oak tree cut out. 304pp, 160 x 235mm. In presentation box with enclosed text. Edition of Three. A roadwork, November, 2016.

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