‘People Who Don’t Know Me Think I’m Somebody’ is a booklet of 40 poems, originally released as a digital collection on peoplewhodontknowme.com. In these stark, witty poems, the poet examines the influence of technology on his identity. The ‘People’ booklet ships for free and will be stamped and addressed on the back.
‘You Can Finish This Later’ is an illustrated chapbook of short fiction. Mike Parish penned the stories and Dan Tarnowski drew the drawings. Dug up from deep holes in the backyards of their minds, the collection considers the things we leave behind and the changes we learn to accept, sometimes too late and sometimes before anything can be done.
‘Blink and the World Goes Blank’ is Filbert Conroy’s first collection of microfiction. It is a loosely intertwined narrative of 56 short chapters, some only a sentence long, about the search for meaning in places devoid of it. Feeling lost or feeling found, Conroy makes it clearer why we feel anything at all.
The ‘On Lives Subway Supplement’ is ten essays written by Mike Parish and illustrated by Dan Tarnowski. Including an 8.5″ x 11″ pull-out poster, it is the essential print companion to onlives.net. Designed with the subway reader in mind, it is a portable and durable booklet that can be taken wherever one prefers to read.