Madalyn book

By Frank Hamrick
Ruston, Louisiana: Old Fan Press, 2015. Edition of 25.

6.25 x 6.75"; 20 pages. Contains 18 black-and-white photographs. Inkjet printed on 50 lb. matte Red River paper. Letterpress printed cover art on cotton rag paper handmade at the University of Georgia's study abroad studios in Cortona, Italy. Bound in paper-covered boards with cloth spine. Signed by the artist on the colophon.

Frank Hamrick: "My niece, Madalyn, and her brother, Copeland, explore Georgia with me, canoeing the Ocmulgee, crossing the rocks below the dam at Juliette to discover an island full of goats. Upstream from the Indian mounds a cottonmouth reroutes us to an arrowhead washed ashore. Madalyn, barefoot and without her license, drives her great-grandfather’s truck as I sit in the back holding the boat. We pick blackberries and find Elizabeth Reed’s grave after lunch at the H&H. Madalyn will now attend college on Coleman Hill. Money from the sale of this book goes towards her tuition."
$155 (Last 2 copies)