Yeah, maybe this should be as embarrassing as anything I've put out there, but guess what? I'm proud of this work. There are precious few better examples out there of how I like to work when I'm doing my best work.
I had an assignment, way back when I was in undergrad at Ball State University in Muncie, Ind., to produce five reasonably identical editions of my 'manifesto.'
So that's exactly what I did. I wanted to explore the relationship between typography and language without resorting to writing a poem about a tree that looks like a tree - or a manifesto that read like a screed. So I wrote a series of poems about typefaces and typographical elements - some more straightforward than others - and screen printed broadside editions of a few of those poems.
Unfortunately, all extant copies seem to have disappeared. When I locate a set, they will reappear here. In their place, I've included some photos I took of the process at the time.