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Something Happened to Me

Julian Flavin
Artists' Books
11 × 18 cm

Something Happened to Me is playful, tender, generous, spontaneous and wide-eyed. Flavin manifests poems that smile, ache, rain and explicitly feel. The poems in this collection remind the reader to love the things around you, smile and move on. Fear will come sit on your shoulder. Let it. Walk home from the corner store, behold your life. What a great thing, to have memory, to receive the world, however it may come.

Julian Flavin is a young artist living in Montreal Quebec. He is going through life just like everyone else, realizing many of the same things, whether ecstatic or disheartening. He plays in the band Seoul. This is his first published work.

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