just released: the print version of Remaking Moby-Dick

29 Nov

We are thrilled to announce that we have just released the print version of Remaking Moby-Dick.

You can view and/or download the book at Scribd. (For free.)

And if you like to hold and touch the books you read, you can purchase a copy at Lulu or at Amazon. (We are making print copies available at cost.)

Thank you so much, all of the beautiful people who contributed to this project, which is now published as a special issue of PRJ. Some of you created a poem, a story, an essay, an image, a video, a song, a performance. Some of you created multiple contributions. Some of you created software that helped us rethink, and remake, chapters. And some of you simply gave us a starting place, inspiration, a kick, a shared love for Melville and his huge, ghastly, gorgeous, essential novel. Thank you thank you.


original painting by Rick Pearson

original painting by Rick Pearson

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