Orgasms of History

3000 Years of Spontaneous Insurrection Yves Férmion     2002     280p     6 x 9 Every now and then, things explode. Riots, uprisings, revolutions, and new and bizarre social groups spring up seemingly from nowhere. Our standard histories tend to treat these as oddities, if treated at all, or as misguided responses to hard times, limited by lack … Continue reading Orgasms of History

Vacant Quarter

What Mound Have Been // Some Poems, 2003-2013 2014     60p     5.5 x 8.5 A petite, personal history of the curious earthworks of North St. Louis, the text explores the mysterious origins and unexpected transformations of the city’s monumental earthen mounds. From the burial grounds of Native Americans to the platforms of … Continue reading Vacant Quarter