Kerbloom #67

Kerbloom #67

by Karen Switzer

I always have a hard time describing Kerbloom without revealing too much. Although it's often considered short, I think it's genius is in it's length...it perfectly replicates the end of an intimate conversation between two people late at night. It's that moment right as the sun's coming up when an entire night of ruminating culminates in one great final thought. It is the last thing you say, before standing up, smiling wistfully, and going inside to sleep through the morning. Kerbloom is intimate and beautiful. All 8 pages are letterpress printed, as well as the cover. This issue is about artnoose's love of the bay area, leaving, and the concept of family.

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