Flipping through paperbacks, riffling the pages, sifting, scanning, catching at random phrases looking for something different; rarely does a book reach out and grab the reader like Hunter S. Thompson's 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas'. Thompson's drug-addled account of a 1971 road trip for Rolling Stone Magazine sloshes its way through a ridiculous and dangerous descent into voluntary madness giving grateful readers 'gonzo journalism' along the way. This fragmented edition of appropriated pages is respectfully submitted in honour of the wildly hilariously, desperately sad and wholly original Hunter S. Thompson
Meg holds Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts degrees in printmaking and Book Arts. She is the founder of Atelier Soleil, Centre for Book Arts in Montreal and Some Odd Pages Book Arts Studio in Chertsey, Surrey UK. Her original works have exhibited and sold in Montreal, New York and London since 1996.