an interview with fustus

Now introducing…Fustus!

The Immaculate

Over at the Ghost Paper Archives site, the tenacious archivists have accosted an intriguing individual known only as The Immaculate for the purpose of a brief interview session. Methinks Mac could have strolledcoattails flappingstraight out from the pages of a Angela Carter novel…

visit the nobody zone

after people, a bird reflects

In a new series on the Ghost Paper Archives site, the resident archivist-reporters explore the Nobody Zone in words and images. Read the first installment and subscribe for future posts on the right sidebar of the GPA site (no WordPress account needed).

self-interrogation on collaboration

In a new post on the Ghost Paper Archives site, several of the interstitial archivists self-interrogate themselves, both directly and tangentially, on the subject of collaboration.

Ghost Paper Archives

Ghost Paper ArchivesGhost Paper Archives (logo design by Nate Dorr) (GPA) is the imprint under which A Set of Lines has been published. GPA is a publishing collaborative focused on the creation and dissemination of texts and imagery, online and in print, that document facets of the human colonization of Earth. These facets reflect a tendency toward, or even a fixation on, the eerie mundanity of quotidian life on this planet. In short: we’re here, we’ve made a total mess of the place, but what does our daily existence communicate? What about the objects (and beings) we gather around us, or the built environments we inhabit, by choice or otherwise? And what role do dreams play? How can this raw material distill itself into new and disorienting spirits within the textual story container or across the visual landscape (be it moving or still)? The tiniest narrative fronds begin to unfurl.

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