The (mostly) completed AU field studies journal.
What a great way to share this piece. And a great document for yourself, too.
I know. I think I find it more interesting than anyone else will--so bizarre to watch one's own hands. Like watching one's own face on film, I guess.
your handwriting is really beautiful--I wish more books were published looking like yours, everything in it looks alive (if that makes any sense). I was squinting so hard, trying to read what you'd written...
Thanks, Chris. I have to admit, I'm proud of my handwriting, and sometimes it comes out nicer than other times, so it's always an adventure to see what spills out of the pen.My friend Lauren helped me professionally photograph every page, so I'm working on compiling a (readable) digital version for myself, one spread at a time. In the meantime--you know if you wanted to know what it says, all you'd have to do is say the word and I'd drown you in the Word file. I'd actually value your feedback a lot!
hell yeah I'd love to read the Word file--if you get a chance please send it to me...I don't know how valuable my feedback might be, but if you want I'll tell you what I think about it, sure--a digital version of the book would be awesome, you should do that
Hey Chris, I've sent it (to what I think is your address--let me know if it doesn't arrive). Don't feel like you have to be constructive in your feedback--while it'd be interesting to hear if anything strikes you, I'm really just pleased it might get read.