1. write the book

2. design the book in
Computer so it prints
Correctly

3. Print on 8.5×11 paper

4. never buy this
printer again

5. cut paper to
desired size

6. arrange pages in correct
Orders in mini-chapters that
Must be folded and arranged
to match up page numbers
(many mistakes makes much scratch paper for later)

7. many stacks of papers

8. make holes in the folded
Chapter stacks with an awl

9. sew chapters together with string, then stack in
appropriate order

10. many empty spools

11. sort sections

12. Many stacks

13. failed glue gun
experiment

14. use roommate’s machete for cutting a failed
hardcover edition

15. failed hardcover edition

16. purchase book glue, apply glue with paintbrush, then clamp

17. clean paintbrush for next time

18. let glue dry

19. put heavy things on glued books and hit them with the fans

20. Heavy reading

21. purchase cloth from
garment district shops

22. cut cloth with scissors

23. cut cloth

24. wrap fabric around glued
paper books, then glue fabric and let dry, then trim

25. Lacey designs dust jacket with needle, thread, etc.

26. experimenting

27. taking a break

28. early experiment

29. sewing words and objects into paper

30. TIN CAN SKETCH

31. AUTHOR BIO PICTURE

32. BACK COVER DRAFT

33. JACKET DRAFT EXPERIMENT

34. SCRAPS

35. EXPERIMENTING WITH COVER

36. SOME OF LACEY’S NOTES

37. lacey’s finished dustjacket design – placed onto the copier at the local copy shop and cut to appropriate size

38. alternate unused version

39. cut the dust jacket out of the large pieces of paper

40. completed dust jackets

41. leftovers

42. wrap dust jacket around dried book, and share it