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I just discovered that when I sent an issue of Peep to Broken Pencil back in 2011, though it seemed like nothing happened, the magazine did in fact write a review of it. Here it is!

Now available!  Sincerely Analog’s latest release, Home State:  Life in Nebraska.  

This is a book of short vignettes based on the author’s experiences growing up in the state of Nebraska.  Said writings are provided in an attempt to shed some light on a state about which little is often known except for a few vague generalities.  

From the introduction:

"I am from a fly-over state, a great plains state, one of those arbitrary shapes that exist in the middle of this country, someplace between this and that.  Such a point of origin is not quite expected.  When I tell someone that I am from Nebraska, they often say, ‘Oh,’ and pause to think.  ’Nebraska.  Now where is that again?’ they might eventually ask."

-Delphine Bedient

This book is printed in small batch editions.  Each copy measures 4.25” x 5.5” and is hand-bound, dated and numbered.  

It is currently available on etsy and will be available in stores listed on the stockists page after it debuts at the Brooklyn Zine Fest on Saturday, April 26th.  

For Sincerely Analog’s display at the art show in Paris I collaborated with my parents to make some special business cards.  With Sol Lewitt and Yoko Ono in mind, I provided specific instructions (what to write, how to write it and what to write it on—in this case, on old Métro tickets) and they did an excellent job of executing them.  

For Sincerely Analog’s display at the art show in Paris I collaborated with my parents to make some special business cards.  With Sol Lewitt and Yoko Ono in mind, I provided specific instructions (what to write, how to write it and what to write it on—in this case, on old Métro tickets) and they did an excellent job of executing them.  

Through a special connection (thanks Mom) I was lucky enough to be able to display City of Maps: Navigations in Paris, France, along with some other titles from the Sincerely Analog catalog at a small art opening at the US Embassy in Paris, France.  Here’s a picture of the display.  

Through a special connection (thanks Mom) I was lucky enough to be able to display City of Maps: Navigations in Paris, France, along with some other titles from the Sincerely Analog catalog at a small art opening at the US Embassy in Paris, France.  Here’s a picture of the display.  

Here’s the mock-up for the cover of Home State: Life in Nebraska.  This new title will be a collection of short fiction based on experiences growing up in Nebraska.  

Here’s the mock-up for the cover of Home State: Life in Nebraska.  This new title will be a collection of short fiction based on experiences growing up in Nebraska.  

(getting closer to an actual book cover)

(getting closer to an actual book cover)

Coming soon:  a book about Nebraska!

Coming soon: a book about Nebraska!

City of Maps: Navigations in Paris, France  (SA 026).  See more HERE. 


City of Maps: Navigations in Paris, France  (SA 026).  See more HERE

Delphine Bedient:  The Collected Status Updates (SA 025).  See more HERE.

Delphine Bedient:  The Collected Status Updates (SA 025).  See more HERE.

OK Cupid Messages I Have Not Responded To (SA 024).  See more HERE.

OK Cupid Messages I Have Not Responded To (SA 024).  See more HERE.

Moleskinexcavation (SA 021).  See more HERE.

Moleskinexcavation (SA 021).  See more HERE.

Room Service (SA 022).  See more HERE.

Room Service (SA 022).  See more HERE.

Algeria:  Notes on an Unfamiliar Place (SA 023).  See more HERE.  

Algeria:  Notes on an Unfamiliar Place (SA 023).  See more HERE.