Copenhagen Blackbooks has walls, trains, action shots, personal photos and memories.and comments
Review by Rosco1ner /
(Posted on 5/8/2016)
This book on Danish writers is exactly as it says it is, unique! What you have is 278 pages or so of actual scans of the actual writers blackbook (select pages) This i think is really great when you can see some blackbooks and the condition, they and the contents are now in. There are sketches, photos, personal notes, quotes, and each featured writer has a little overview talking about their personal views and experiences with their blackbooks. There are heaps of pictures of walls and trains (from 1985 onwards). Some you may have seen on the internet or in magazines and most you will not have.