Dewey Crumpler: The Complete Hoodie Works, 1993–Present
Published by Cushion Works and The Salamander Press

A catalogue in conjunction with the fall 2021 exhibition of the same name at Cushion Works in San Francisco. Featuring an interview with the artist by the exhibition curators, Sampada Aranke and Jordan Stein, and 71 color illustrations.

24 pgs, saddle stich

Poetry Spots,

Created by New York poet Bob Holman in 1987, Poetry Spots was a series of short poetry recitations committed to VHS tape and produced for WNYC-TV. The "non commercial-commercials" were built around a poet performing a single poem in a location of personal or conceptual significance, from tiny kitchens to Coney Island. Active until 1993, the series was the first of its kind and introduced New Yorkers to a wealth of poets in their midst. As the idea of poetry films spread, "Poetry Spots" would become a compendium of filmed poems from across the country. This website is a comprehensive Poetry Spots archive drawn from Holman's digitized tapes.


A suite of broadsides on newsprint corresponding to each performance over the course of the exhibition

More on the exhibition here:

The Salamander Press was founded in 2021.
It is administered by Cushion Works, an off-space in San Francisco.
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