DIVERSE BOOKS

This page documents the various books written and released by Joseph B. Raimond on the Mirran Thought label that are not part of a series of releases. Other books by Joseph B. Raimond can be found on the Western Haiku, Edges, Plop Art and DWM Writings pages. Further smaller publications can also be found under our booklets page.

 

Artist: Joseph B. Raimond

Title: Art Phags

Label: Mirran Thought Format: Book Catalog #: Read Thirteen (MT-587) Release Date: July 1st, 2015

In the last few months of the year 2014 Joseph B. Raimond produced "Art Phags", a series of over two hundred small black ink drawings. The pages of this book represent the hundred or so that he thinks are the best. 124 pages.

 

Artist: Joseph B. Raimond

Title: Red Pepper, Blue

Label: Mirran Thought Format: Book Catalog #: Read Fourteen (MT-592) Release Date: October 15th, 2015

This little book of poetry and verse sums up the thoughts of the author as he worked his way through the last months of an abusive and violent marriage, and the hope he felt after finally achieving freedom from abuse. Very personal and very honest. 60 pages

 

 

Artist: Joseph B. Raimond III

Title: Junior Blues

Label: Mirran Thought Format: Book Catalog #: Read Fifteen (MT-599) Release Date: April 10th, 2017

The next book in Joseph B. Raimond's series of small 60 page books, this one deals with the recent death of his father at the end of 2015, and coming to terms with a sometimes difficult childhood and often indifferent father. Again, very personal and not always pretty, but brutally honest poetry.

 

 

Artist: Joseph B. Raimond

Title: Vagabondia

Label: Mirran Thought Format: Book Catalog #: Read Sixteen (MT-601) Release Date: September 1st, 2017

Written in Paris, Dublin, Fürth and Barcelona, this 60 page little book is Joseph's first hardcover, and represents what he considers some of his best poetry work to date.

 

Artist: Joseph B. Raimond

Title: Chloride And The Three Rivers

Label: Mirran Thought Format: Book Catalog #: Read Seventeen (MT-600) Release Date: March 15th, 2018

Written while traveling the west coast of the USA in 2017, this little 60 page book of poems and quick drawings comments on the current volatile and deteriorating political culture of the United States. Not recommended for Repulicans, conservatives or members of the NRA.