One of my cyanotypes is the cover image for Lost Originals, the new collection of poetry by David B. Goldstein (who also just happens to be my husband). In 2005, David and I decided to do a DIY artist colony with a group of friends. The cyanotype was made at the same time and place he wrote a lot of the book, at a strange old house we rented in Sintra, Portugal. The house on a hill had a warren of rooms, and was filled with a crazy amount of antiques and old dolls. It was a great source of inspiration for David, and for me as well (the cyanotype was created with keys found at the house).
I also have another image in the book from a series called “You Be the Arpeggio”, in which David wrote poems in response to some of my self-portraits.
You can buy a copy of the book here from BookThug Press, and in the Ottawa Poetry Newsletter you can read a beautiful essay by David about his writing process for the first part of the book (which also describes the kooky house in more detail).