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Re: Journal / Diary Book



Please accept my apologies for not sending this offline and please
disregard. Sorry!!!

>Hello Jason Thompson,
>
>I have received your call for entries through the book arts listserv (and I
>am a student of Juliana Coles in Albuquerque, with whom you've been
>corresponding) and am very interested in submitting some books for
>"Creating & Keeping Visual Journals". I've been extremely busy and haven't
>gotten it together yet, but am in the process of doing so. Some extra time
>would be nice -- is this possible? I think that you've actually seen some
>of my work in some photos that have been sent to you by Juliana Coles. I
>appreciate your consideration for the extra time.  The book sounds really
>great. I  am actually in the habit of keeping a few visual journals going
>at the same time. They are conceptually different but are journals in the
>traditional sense that I try to work in them as often as possible and the
>pages reflect my state of mind at the time of creation. Right now I am
>working on an altered journal book called "Find and Use Your Inner Power"
>(the book being altered has the same title, by Emmet Fox, but the content
>and pages are reworked in journal form); another book called "Diagnostink"
>which is a collection of Rorschach-style ink blots that I create, think
>about, and briefly write about (mostly just one to a few words, but
>meaningful nonetheless) in a jornal keeping-like process (some of these
>blots have been collected into an artist book). Another book is a garden
>journal called "Inflourescence" which is split into two sections, the front
>section being primarily collage, and the back section being plantlife from
>the garden dried flat and pasted in. Other books that I am considering
>submitting include "@Work" which include things I write about, create, and
>collect at work; and "Listening to the Wind, Air and Trees: selected daily
>writings and stories the birds told me" which is a collection of stories
>with corresponding collage art -- I am hesistant to submit this  project
>because I am in the process of turning it into a collection of artist
>books. Is this too much? It is to me now that I'm really thinking about it.
>
>I appreciate your consideration and looking forward to hearing from you.
>
>Valerie Roybal
>
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