Truly bone

In this collaborative book the poet Hilda Raz offers words of self-reflection and revelation about the search for meaning and physical mortality, with a sense of resignation and solace in nature. Karen Kunc created a richly tactile frieze of images which pulse with biomorphic abstractions, geometric permutations and natural icons. Hand printing processes integrate layers of color aquatint washes and deeply bitten skeins of etched lines.

Out of print.



Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Delaware, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of California (Santa Barbara), Temple University, Brown University, Reed College, Yale University, University of Nebraska (Lincoln), University of Dhaka (Bangladesh), Carleton College, Florida Atlantic University (Miami), University of Michigan, Swarthmore College, Georgia College and State University, Atlanta College of Art, Harvard University, Temple University Libraries, University of Utah, Florida Atlantic University, Claremont Colleges, Scripps College Campus, Dhaka Institute of Fine Art, Sheldon Museum of Art at University of Nebraska Lincoln, Carleton College Library, University of Michigan Library, Bucknell University Bertrand Library, The New York Public Library, Indiana University

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