✧ A POSSIBLE PRACTICE: Beloved Apocalypse


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“By the time the apocalypse began, the world had already
ended. It ended every day for a century or two. It ended, and another ending
world spun in its place. It ended, and we woke up and ordered Greek coffees,
drew the hot liquid through our teeth, as everywhere, the apocalypse rumbled,
the apocalypse remembered, our dear, beloved apocalypse—it drifted
slowly from the trees all around us, so loud we stopped hearing it.”
—from “The World Keeps Ending, and the World Goes On” by Franny Choi

A POSSIBLE PRACTICE: Beloved Apocalypse is a collaborative artist’s book featuring the work of eleven Maine-based artists and writers in conversation with Franny Choi’s poem “The World Keeps Ending, and the World Goes On.” An archive of our 2020/2021 cycle of practice, a love letter to “…our dear, beloved apocalypse.”

Includes work by Samaa Abdurraqib, Rachel Alexandrou, Franny Choi, Kenny Cole, Alana Dao, EA Kane, Devon Kelley-Yurdin, Mike Lewis, Nicole Manganelli, Andy Mauery, Stephen Stratton, and meg willing.

Black and White Soft Cover | Full Color Interior | 70 Pages | 10.5″ x 8.5″
Printed by McNaughton & Gunn
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