The renowned graphic-book author Joyce Brabner's Second Avenue Caper is the true story of a tight-knit group of artists and activists living in New York City in the early 1980s who found themselves on the front lines in the fight against AIDS. Struggling to understand the disease and how they …
Map of the System of Human Knowledge
Published by Tiny Hardcore
140p, b&w, softcover, 4.25"x5.5"
The Map of the System of Human Knowledge is a short encyclopedia, full of entries that waver between fiction and memoir, poetry and prose, realism and irrealism.
Construction workers build Indiana’s first official mountain. The entrails of vacuum cleaners are examined for hints of a dark future. Gift shops are burned down, rebuilt, burned down once again.
New forms of fathers appear. A man builds his wife a womb to protect her from the cold while she bakes their daughter.
Entries end, almost inevitably, not on what we know, but on what we cannot know.
The Map of the System of Human Knowledge is about everything, is about the need to put what we know in order, is about how orders break down. Is about how any encyclopedia must be incomplete.
The map of the system of human knowledge is, by necessity, incomplete."