by Kelvin Smith
If publishing has any overall intention, it must contribute to the way we communicate with each other. It adds argument, information and critique, satisfaction with well-tempered words, guidance in pursuit of pleasure and bearing of pain.
In the publishing insides are found a backdrop, a blanket, a foothold and a distant focus point that help us lock onto our place in the world of fickle facts and tempting fictions.
Here are all the worlds that words can give us, and some more that we may approach with want, wariness or wonder.