Literary Nonfiction. Art. Photography. While walking from his birthplace on the island of Galveston to the town of Marfa, where he and his wife will build their own home, poet Joshua Edwards took a photograph at the end of each hour of walking with the constraints of using only available light and a fixed lens. This book collects all 230 photographs from the 680-mile trip. This book serves as a companion to a collection of poems and travel pieces, ARCHITECTURE FOR TRAVELERS, also published by Edition Solitude.
Joshua Edwards (Galveston Island) is the author of THE DOUBLE LAMP OF SOLITUDE (Rising Tide Projects, 2021), Architecture for Travelers and Imperial Nostalgias, among other poetry collections, and a photobook, PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN AT ONE-HOUR INTERVALS DURING A WALK FROM GALVESTON ISLAND TO THE WEST TEXAS TOWN OF MARFA (Edition Solitude, 2014); and he translated María Baranda's Ficticia. He directs Canarium Books and teaches at Pratt Institute and Columbia University.
Author City: MARFA, TX USA