I Miss You

Activities for yearning hearts

$19.99

A Fluxus-ish series of exorcising exercises to help readers process grief and longing.

This book is not yet published, but will be available from May 2022.

ISBN: 9781800660250 Category:

Gioia Guerzoni, Rosie Leech

Description

This evocative little point-of-sale book proposes a series of conceptual activities to help the reader ameliorate the pain that results when someone or something is missing from their lives.

Combining the practical and the abstract, the activities have a Fluxus-style poignancy that will strike a chord with anyone who has experienced the desolation of a broken heart.

Examples of activities include: Spend one minute writing a list of all the things you can remember doing with the person that you miss. When one minute is up, stick the list to a window so that it can be seen from outside.

Prepare a dish that reminds you of a person or place. Get your hands dirty. Feel the food as you cook it. Taste it every step of the way…. Play music to accompany the food. Set the table for a celebration but invite nobody. Chew in time to the music. Let the flavours and sounds become one.

With beautiful, stripped back illustration and elegant packaging, this book will be a striking and affordable point-of-sale book with lots of impulse-buy and gift potential.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 11 x 17 cm
Publisher name Cicada Books Ltd
Publication date 3 May 2022
Number of pages 40
Format Hardback
Dimensions 11 x 17 cm
Weight 300 g

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Gioia Guerzoni is a literary translator who has worked on novels by the likes of Haruki Murakami, Deborah Levy and Brandon Taylor, translating them from English to Italian. She has recently relocated from Italy to a small Greek Island where she lives amongst the pine trees near the sea. Gioia likes wandering about, looking at small things and listening to languages she doesn't understand.