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By Marc Fischer, Soberscove Press, Chicago, IL, 2014
Pages: 60
Dimensions: 4.75 in X 7.5 in
Cover: soft
Binding: perfect bound
Process: Offset
Color: color cover with black and white inside
Edition Size: 1000
ISBN-10: 978-1-940190-06-8

By Marc Fischer of Half Letter Press, Temporary Services, and Public Collectors!

In 2010, Marc Fischer experienced postal trauma when he moved away from his beloved Nancy B. Jefferson Post Office on the Near West Side and became a customer of the Roberto Clemente Post Office in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood, which was just three blocks from his apartment. “Rather than forfeit the ability to mail things close to home, I did what any normal person with access to social media would do: I kept going back there and then complained about it on the internet.”

Gathered together for the first time, Deliverance presents all of Fischer’s Facebook post office–related posts since 2011. Part archive and part therapeutic exercise, this collection documents Fischer’s committed but fraught bond with Chicago’s post offices.

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