In the process of laying out and illustrating my book, Finding a Way to Play, I chose 52 photos that I’d gathered from various sources. But there were dozens more “left on the cutting room floor,” so to speak. They included pictures that I loved but couldn’t get the rights to, as well as pictures I’d taken that either were similar to others or, because they were color, would have been too expensive to justify using.
So, as part of my reading on Dec. 1 (at the Baxter Memorial Library on Main Street in Gorham, Maine at 6:30 p.m.), I thought it might be interesting to talk a little bit about the process of
book-making and to show a few of the photos that didn’t make it into the book.
I also will be reading a chapter or two from my book and will have copies on hand for purchase and for signing.
I hope if you live nearby, you’ll drop by. The Baxter Memorial Library is a jewel in the town where I live and it’s worth a trip just to check it out.