Poem by Dan Pagis with translation by Carl Adamshick. Etchings and design by Sarah Horowitz.
Size 12.5 x 9.5" (12.5 x 19" open), edition of 36.
CONTACT me or Ken Shure to purchase a copy. Price $2800.

Footprints · תוֹבֵקֲע, was inspired by my friend and poet Carl Adamshick’s translation of the original poem from Dan Pagis’ book Transformations · לוּגלִג. Permission to use the original text came from the estate of the author and from ACUM in Israel. The text was printed in Arno and Harel types on Zerkall paper by Art Larson of Horton Tank Graphics. Thirteen etchings were drawn, etched, and printed in graphite ink by Sarah Horowitz. The book was boxed and bound by Julia Weese-Young.

"From the sky to the sky of skies, from the sky of skies to fog.

Despite myself
I continue in this cloud: hurried, gray,
trying to forget. In the distance the distance is retreating.

The knocking teeth
of hail:
seeds, refugees shoved quickly
into their deaths.