How Pam Felt before Pam Fled is a collection of short stories by Daniella Watson Hughes, with accompanying drawings by Joanne Robertson – an artist and musician based in Glasgow.
Fragments of the everyday glitch into speculative fiction. The lyrical drawings flow with strange and beautiful inhibition.
Printed by Footprint – limited to 200 copies, a 36 page A5 book printed in black and colour risograph on recycled paper. Edited by Tessa Berring. Book design – Susan Gladwin.
Daniella Watson Hughes is a writer based in the North Shields. Her work often uses intermedial sites such as exhibitions, audio, objects and ephemera. Writing for places and publications such as GLARC, gnommero, Craft Victoria Melbourne, 2HB, The Paper (Goodpress), her book How to Survive on Land and Sea, was published alongside an exhibition and performance at Rhubaba Studio and Gallery.
How Pam Felt Before Pam Fled
A collection of short stories by Daniella Watson Hughes, with accompanying drawings by Joanne Robertson. Price includes postage and packaging.