16 pages, saddle-stitched
Grayscale interiors, screen-printed cover and vellum endpapers
Summary: Soomin is an unenthusiastic twenty-something who doesn’t know what to do, but does it well. She’s apathetic and gets laid and is reasonably social. At a used bookstore she finds an 18th-century poem by William Jameson and she thinks she likes it, but her friends are just kinda cynical about it. ‘Her Name Was Prudence’ is about trying to enjoy something when no one, not even yourself, really cares.
Second run, signed and numbered in an edition of 300.This book debuted at SPX 2012 and sold out of its first run of 50.