By Lisa Hasegawa
[Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]: ilfant press, 2002. Edition of 150.

5 x 6.25"; 16 pages. Printed in Seattle by Joseph Juiliano on a Multi 1650 offset press. Screen printed pictorial covers. French Pale Gray Speckletone paper. Fonts: Parade and California FB.

A human and humorous tale about Hasegawa's reactions to mice: fear at their presence, horror at the prospect of trapping them. Each copy has a small plastic bag stitched to the colophon, containing mouse droppings complete with label indicating date and place of collection.

Lisa Hasegawa: "This is a true story. Most of the images are blind night drawings, drawings made each night in bed with my eyes closed, usually about something that happened that day. I often saw mice."