Bent Like the River
A short, lyrical poem is brought to life by a series of powerful woodcuts. The contents celebrates and affirms the lives of people living with disabilities. The rhythmic quality of the verse is echoed by the syncopated marks of the gouge and the movement of the bodies and waterways depicted over the pages.
Women's Studio Workshop
Poetry, disability, body, identity
28 x 25 cm. 10 pages.
Gekkekon, Gampi, Toronoko, Kitakata papers, Indian handmade covers.
Stab binding. French fold book.
Schupbach-Gordon, Terry, "Bent Like the River" (1994). Rollins College Book Arts Collection. 52.