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January 18th, 2008 · No Comments

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The Best Cure For A Broken Heart

February 14th, 2008 · No Comments

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The Best Cure For A Broken Heart is a book that has collected over twenty true stories of love gone sour. The stories are told in a plain, unvarnished style by ordinary people. But the book is not just a total downer, it has a sunny side as well. Juxtaposed alongside the stories are therapeutically hearty soup recipes, guaranteed to distract you awhile and keep you company. And we all know what misery loves.

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Would You Like To Take A Walk?

January 29th, 2008 · No Comments

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This story is about an affluent young gentlemen named Cale Shepard who is seemingly content with his life. One morning, while reading the Sunday Times, he comes across a disturbing piece of news. He reacts by going on a walk with his dog. It’s a walk that becomes much more than your everyday walk-around-the-block type of walk. It’s the type of walk you only take once in your lifetime.

There is a letterpress insert in a handsewn parchment sleeve included in the story. 40 pages.
 

Annette Hanshaw — Wouldn’t You Like to Take A Walk?

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~Written by Michael Neault

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Don’t Ever Change

January 29th, 2008 · No Comments

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This is a document that contains yearbook notes that were written to me during high school, from 6th grade to 12th grade. This is the horribly embarrassing era of my life that I never expected to share with anyone, let alone make public.

And yet, here it is. Don’t Ever Change is 45 pages long and fits in the palm of your hand. It features footnotes from Yours Truly, and illustrations taken from High School portraits.

~Written by Michael Neault

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Bibliotheque

January 29th, 2008 · No Comments

BIBLIOTHEQUE

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Named after the French word for it, this is a story about a library. But the items this library loans out are not books. It cannot be revealed what the library does loan out, but it can be said that they are items that one could easily become obsessed with. Falling prey is a 25-year-old piano teacher, who becomes hopelessly obsessed with an item from the Bibliotheque. The root of that obsession: a young lady named Rose. The story is about their relationship, but also about the nature of collections, material artifacts and museums.

~Written by Michael Neault

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Oak & Glass

January 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

OAK and GLASS

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A 12 year old boy decides to start a museum in his treehouse. The only thing holding him back: his pestering, but undeniably cute, red-headed neighbor.

~written by Michael Neault

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