Saturday, April 4, 2009
new edition of doris anthology + do you want to help us on our land?
Oh! My new pressing of my old Anthology is out with a new cover that is so beautiful! If you lost your old copy, or is you've been meaning to get one for a present, maybe you should now! Look! you can order it from me - $13 by mail, cindy crabb pob 29 Athens OH 45701. or the website at dorisdorisdoris.com/zinecat
horray! also, we have a ton of work that we need to do on our land, so if you want to come out and help, let me know. If you are already my friend, call me. If I don't know you yet, we are hoping people who are self motivated and ok at being alone (or who have a friend to bring to keep company), who like camping - because we have this house but we are also very used to spending most of our time alone and so get a little crazy if people are around 24 hours a day. ... so we are looking for people to come for a week, who would want to help with gardening, house fixing, and a million projects. It would probably be like 5 hours of work a day. If you don't feel like you know how to do stuff, we can teach you stuff. send letter of something to me at pob 29 athens oh 45701.
Labels: doris zine, internship
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i find this little ohio sabbatical of much interest. currently i am attempting a "green roof" here on beaver street. i love horticulture. i could spend hours with my hands buried deep into the dirt.
i believe this love comes from my grandfather bob, and his shop in huntsville, ohio named, "Plant World Greenhouse" i would spend hours there jsut lying on my back underneath the tables. something just drew me right inside. planting captures my heart.
i would like to learn wood working. i want to build things/ i want to build things. i want to build all sorts of things!
oh. additionally, i am keen on keeping to myself mostly.
do you think i could come and hekp some?
i don't know if i wrote you about your card with the birds and "it's okay" but i think it was really great.
thank you. your letters are always bringing cheer.
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