Images from Remy Charlip’s book, Arm in Arm, “a collection of connections, endless tales, reiterations, and other echolalia.”
And read his essay, A Page is a Door, about the beauty of the page turn in a book:
“The Excitement in a well written book happens from word to word, sentence to sentence, paragraph to paragraph, chapter to chapter.
But usually the turning from page to page is incidental, and in a long book a bother. It doesn’t matter if something happens on page 9 or 289.
While reading a book, I sometimes wish I didn’t have to hold it up, it gets so heavy, and I fantasize a sea of type automatically unrolling, one word in focus at a time, at just the right speed, on a moving screen or scroll.”