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“We are so pleased to be publishing this elegant chapbook by Andrea Selch.  Her original inspiration—the titles of works in William Kelly Fearing’s retrospective catalog, which seemed so much like poem-titles to her—has grown into a full-fledged engagement with the images themselves. Some poems are just gestures; others lyrical; still others, open-ended.  By arranging them in chronological order, she offers a narrative on a life scale—elements of her biography and Fearing’s sneak onto the surface like bits of paper in a single collage—nevertheless, each poem remains a striking word-picture.”

—Bill Fick, Cockeyed Press

Cockeyed Press was founded in 1995 in a Greenwich Village loft formerly the darkroom/studio of American photographer Berenice Abbott. In 2007 the press relocated to Durham, North Carolina and in 2012 it was absorbed by Supergraphic, a printmaking studio also in Durham.

Bill Fick Website

For many years Cockeyed Press was the official website for work by Bill Fick. You can now find this work at