Friday, March 14, 2008

Pumping Iron Press

So I went to that poetry reading. Red dresses, wolf tapestry, log cabins, and poems.

Zany? :

My friend PT gave me a whole duffle bag full of hand-me down-clothing. But work-professional clothing. You know, as someone who is an oldest child and also 5'9'', this might be the second time in my life I have gotten hand-me-downs. My aunt Judi gave me her killer pair of red cowboy boots when I was like 8 or 9, I remember wearing those until there were holes where the big toes went. And now, many years later, I all of a sudden have a bunch of lovely work clothing. Things are looking up. I wore one of the sweaters yesterday.

I hope to edit some poems this weekend. Ok, I need to work. Starting next week I have two weeks of conferences for my job. That means meetings from 9am-5pm back to back to back. I'm going to be tightly wound & AWOL. At least you won't bear the brunt of it. Right? Right?


Did you know there is a documentary on the font Helvetica? I am a garamond girl, but I netflixed it to see what's up. I'll let you know how it is:

A documentary about typography, graphic design and global visual culture, which looks at the proliferation of one typeface as part of a larger conversation about the way type affects our lives.


Kate said...

ahhhh i've been wanting to see helvetica forever. let me know when it comes in?

Julia Cohen said...

I have it! We can watch it together or I can lend it to you early next week.

Chicky Wang said...

isn't there an exhibit up at the moma about helvetica?

Julia Cohen said...

is there? I don't know! I want to go to the whitney biennial and "the gugge" so those two are higher on my list. but now i'm entrigued. At least MOMA is free.

Kate said...

(there is an exhibit. it's small, but i kind of adored it.) said...

WNYBAC has it for discounted. I think. Or, that is, so they say.