Just finished hand-cutting and sewing more hard copies of Afterimages to send out to $10+ patrons.
Here's what they look like before being cut and sewn:
This is actually something anyone can do at home. I have the PDF I use for binding available on my website. Print in color, landscape, two sided, flipping on the short edge. Then I trim the excess white space and sew them together with needle and thread. I get Jovian Flesh & Fauna copies bound professionally so it feels like an academic codex. I like to sew together Afterimages copies myself because I like how when you read these you can feel that they were crafted by someone with intent. It reflects the contents of the chapbook, which is about how we craft our lives into stories.