HM completely fabricated much of the previous post. The saddest part is, we didn't even know we were doing it, which is worse than being intentionally deceitful. Though lovely, having now seen it in person, Sarah Horowitz's etching featured in her recent Blake broadside was not created anastatically. We were bamboozled by her reference to "relief etching" in a description of the broadside, and jumped to a conclusion. Our falsehood was betrayed when we saw her, and the broadside, at the Codex book fair in Berkeley last week. We also saw her latest book, Archeologies of Loss (detail above), which is stunning. Sarah's botanical (arboreal, really) etchings are sublime, her books produced with the highest attention to detail. No lie.