Papaveria is pleased to present Sonya Taaffe’s poem Postscripts from the Red Sea in a limited edition of 12 numbered copies. The work first appeared in the July 2007 issue of Goblin Fruit, but as with all of Sonya’s work, Postscripts lent itself exceptionally well to the formation of a small piece of art.
Perfect bound in red Japanese paper with black cloth on the spine which has been reinforced with red ribbon from the binder’s wedding bouquet. The text was printed on white linen paper.
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Sonya Taaffe has a confirmed addiction to myth, folklore, and dead languages. Poems and short stories of hers have won the Rhysling Award, been shortlisted for the SLF Fountain Award and the Dwarf Stars Award, and been reprinted in The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, The Alchemy of Stars: Rhysling Award Winners Showcase, The Best of Not One of Us, Fantasy: The Best of the Year 2006, Best New Romantic Fantasy 2, and You Have Time for This: Contemporary American Short-Short Stories. A respectable amount of her work can be found in Postcards from the Province of Hyphens and Singing Innocence and Experience (Prime Books). She holds master’s degrees in Classics from Brandeis and Yale.