|Title||Witches I Have Known: Book 1|
|Artist / Creator||Lark Preyapongpisan|
|Press Name||Dirigible Press|
|Place of Publication||Seattle, WA|
|Author of Text||Lark Preyapongpisan|
|Process / Technique||Letterpress|
|Structure / Binding||Cased-in pop-up book.|
|Medium / Materials||Letterpress, handmade paper on covers.|
|Number of Pages||6 spreads|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||5 x 5 x 3/4 inches|
|Edition Size||Edition of 30|
Letterpress printed and case bound with hand made paper covers, one of the passages in this intriguing little pop-up book reads: “Frustrated or bored she sold her soul to Satan for the eccentric luxury of transforming herself into a blue boat. (why blue one wonders…)” Lark tells us this is, "a simple little book about an ancestor named Mary Bradbury. She was convicted of being a witch during the Salem Hysteria. Despite being condemned she escaped burning. This is the family's version of what happened."
Artist BioLark Preyapongpisan owns Dirigible Works, creating artists’ books and ephemera, and teaches classes in historic book structures. She delights in artifacts that reveal the imprint of the maker.