Paper; offset printed text sewn into letterpress printed cover. Comes with printed brown-wrapper envelope for sending through mail
16 pp. 5.5 x 9.25 1000 numbered copies
First appearing in The New York Times Book Review in 1993, The Fascination Begins in the Mouth: Anger is reprinted as a stand alone piece: an eloquent, poetic, and poinant narrative on anger. Gordon’s topic, the uncomfortable yet interesting complexity of human emotion, is visually addressed by the highly charged imagery of the female figure as expressed by artist Shelagh Mulvaney.