Directions/instructions appear between asterisks, audio tracks accompany each essay, an oblique denotes an test sound denoting the start of each new section. The new Bricks From The Kiln is a strange, multi-sensory artefact in a world of static print. The content? Language, type, glyphs and punctuation, poetry, semantics, soft rock and Virginia Woolf. Do you need this in your life? *yes, you do*.
BFTK is an annual publication. It is edited by Matthew Stuart and Andrew Lister. It has many varied parts and aspects.
The silk screened PVC dust cover? The knocked out white on black text? Everything.