I'm a writer and printer who's influenced by both zine and fine press traditions, and who fuses craftsmanship and experimental literature while working with material constraints. I'm drawn to the place where typography meets narrative, and believe that texts are affected by their tactile and visual manifestations. I'm fascinated by the codex -- particularly the way it blurs the second and third dimensions, and I love deconstructing modes of reading by making broadsides that act like what Raymond Pettibon has called 'books exploded on the wall'. These broadsides are attempts at such explosions and are for sale here. They feature original works of microfiction and prose poetry that are letterpress printed on found office supplies. Learn more at matt-runkle.com.