The power smouldering under the declarative sentence.
You could have ten thousand lines but it is the first laid that determines the orientation of the rest.
- Jake Byrne, from "No. 21 The World"
What it is to choose an ending, without being doomed.
- Jérôme Melançon, from "On Seeing Onself with Others"
|+doc.4 - The World|
The first issue of 2023, +doc.4 features poets Jake Byrne and Jérôme Melançon. Vulnerable, introspective, their work asks how we place ourselves in the world, and what that means.
Each issue comes with three cards from the miniature Rider Waite tarot, randomly selected; a three-card draw.
Because of the work putting this issue together, there are a very limited number of copies available. Once they're sold, that's it.
To purchase a copy, PayPal me or E-transfer firstname.lastname@example.org (Canada: $4, US and International $6, payable in CAD) and include your name and mailing address. There are a couple of copies without tarot cards (I'd printed a few extra covers, just in case), and if you would like one of these, shoot me an email, and I'll send it free of charge. Thank you, and happy reading!