Wednesday, December 10, 2008


This is a stack of Payseur and Schmidt's new release COSMOCOPIA, about which the venerable BOING BOING has this to say.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every book should come with a puzzle!

By the way, the Boing Boing link has an extra "http://" in it so your link doesn't work.


12:11 AM  
Blogger Jim Woodring said...

A-whupsy... problem rectified. Thank you, Richard.

5:00 AM  
Blogger Uland said...

I can't wait to get my hands on a copy..

-Jim- I watched a film last night that made me think of you. Specifically your interest in "hinduism" (- what's the correct term?). It's called Hippie Masala- It's a documentary about Westerners who went to India in the 60s'/70s and never came back. It's worthit alone for some amazing, alien landscape shots of rural India.

1:55 PM  
Blogger Jim Woodring said...

That sounds choice; I'll look out for it.

"Hindu" is a misnomer, but it's in such widespread use that so what? "Vedanta" is the name I prefer, even though it's just one form of the Sanatana Dharma.

2:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello! I mailed the following message to the persons, who deal with your prints. The address begins with brad and than comes the @. And then starts the pressure and the printing. And now the mail: "Forget the case - as I will do. I have paid for your cheat and I sneeze at you. For me in Germany it is impossible to get my right. But: You have to live from now on as a cheater. You will always know, that you are a person, who is dishonest. And it is for me so sad, that Jim Woodring is trusting you. By the way..." - This was the mail; by the way, dear Jim Woodring: I'm a so great great fan of you... with many prints of you on the walls... and if I ever would look for someone, who could illustrate my novels, it would be you (sorry for my bad englich)... C.E.

12:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please eareasure the message above after reading. It was only an information for you... with all my best wishes from Germany... C.E.

12:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I received my copy of Cosmocopia in Australia and spent the next few days doing the jigsaw. When it was finally done, I had an extra "duplicate" piece of the jigsaw. Either some other purchaser will be missing this piece or I have a key to the Unifactor. Hmm!

6:47 PM  

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