Carlea Holl-Jensen’s The Hollow


Carlea Holl-Jensen, The Hollow – a small handmade book with uncut bolts and folded quires. The narrator ventures into the woods in seach of a long-lost “you”, but only 4 of 34 pages are immediately available to the reader. In book form, it parallels the hollows of the unopened pages with the holloways of woodland.

‘I think we may have been the only two people to ever find that cathedral of tangled branches and vines…’


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