compiling table of contents

(lowercase apology: no voice recognition software on this machine…)

not long ago i compiled a collection of essays. so a table of contents was needed to help in the arranging, a list of titles made and cut apart to organize in sequence according to um … topic, genre, colors mentioned, wavy lines, stars, and uh… intuition?

 

it’s supposed to be a collection including a variety from satire, through straightforward, plus creative (nonfiction). includes maine topics.

 

table of contents compiled

 

in this lower image, to the right you can see my sneakers where i perch on a step-stool to take flash pictures of the process

doing all this made it more fun!

 

 

 

 

part two:

sorry for the mess. Everything i do is messy.

5 responses

  1. It’s great when you can make something that might otherwise be a chore into something fun–I like your slips of paper, and thinking of you moving them around to see which work best together. It’s like being a conductor of your work. More horns! Violins! Have the woodwinds come in at this point!

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