KIM FISHER BY Kim Fisher
19 x 22.5 cm, 12 pages, Full colour printed, Saddle stitch, Card cover, 2011
"It is three o'clock on a Sunday afternoon and 105º and the air is so thick with smog that the dusty palm trees loom up with a sudden and rather attractive mystery. I have been playing in the sprinklers with the baby and I get in the car and go to Ralph's Market on the corner of Sunset and Fuller wearing an old bikini bathing suit. That is not a very good thing to wear to the market but neither is it, at Ralph's on the corner of Sunset and Fuller, an unusual costume. Nonetheless a large womean in a cotton muumuu jams her cart into mine at the butcher counter. 'What a thing to wear to the market,' she say's in a loud but strangled voice."