By Trina Peiffer
Drawings by Lauri Schimmoeller
Monterey, Kentucky: Larkspur Press, 2017. Special edition of 46.
6 x 9.5"; 72 pages. Handset in Cloister Lightface type. Printed on a hand-fed C&P. Handbound using Carolyn Whitesel's decorated papers over boards. Signed by the author and illustrator. Numbered.
Poems by Trina Peiffer with observations about every day activities and her life in rural Kentucky.
Larkspur Press: "Trina Peiffer lives in northern Franklin County, Kentucky, with her husband, Tim, and their two sons, Phillip and Eric. Together they homeschool, raise a market garden, and work on their off-the-grid house. Educated in Kentucky and California, Trina holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of California at Davis. Her first book is 'Coyote at Large: Humor in American Nature Writing.'
"Laurie Schimmoller was born on Long Island and transplanted to Kentucky where she lives in a log cabin in the woods with her husband, Charles. She has been drawing and painting all her life. For over fifty years she has taught art and drawn chalk-board stories for children."