Two Broadsides of flash fictions by Katey Schutz

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Letterpress broadside posters designed and printed by Robert Rowe, Gold Quoin Preess, 2012; Both of these texts deal with the Iraq war; one from the perspective of an American soldier, one is a heat-seared vision of a shattered city seen from under the burqa. Both are moving glimpses into humanity in the time of war. Text, copyright Katey Schultz, used by the Gold Quoin Press with permission of the author. Design and printing by Robert Rowe. Purchase a print from for $40 from the Gold Quoin Shop. With the Burqa is printed on German-made Zerkall Nideggen paper using a low-relief collagraph plate on a Vandercook Universal one press. While the Rest of America’s at the Mall was printed on Somerset book wove and enhanced with silver foil stamping. Prints are 12 x 18 inches.

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