Publication Studio Guelph has released two new titles.
First is Stories of Impact: Douglas R. Ewart’s Crepuscule, a book that reflects on the community improvisation work of Douglas R. Ewart with a number of essays, photographs, and an interview conducted by Guelph author Ajay Heble of the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation.
And for the first time ever PS Guelph has published a short story collection titled A Flash of Silver-Green, which contains 57 stories that explore the relationship between nature and the city in the year 2099. Both titles are available now in their webshop at https://publicationstudio.biz/.
Also look for PS Guelph at this year's Zine Dream 12 on July 21st, which is taking place at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto.