The project's first book is Photographs Taken at One-Hour Intervals During a Walk from Galveston Island to the West Texas Town of Marfa. It was published in April 2014 by Edition Solitude in Stuttgart, and is available from this website and several fine independent bookstores, such as Marfa Book Company, Brazos Bookstore, photo-eye, and Printed Matter. Online it's from Small Press Distribution and Amazon.
The project's second book, Architecture for Travelers, collects poetry written during a year at the Akademie Schloss Solitude and a travelogue written during and after the walk from Galveston to Marfa. Many of the poems were made for collaborations with Charlotte Moth (artist), Alan Worn (architect), Lynn Xu (poet), and Peter Jakober (composer). The book was published in November 2014 in a bilingual German/English edition by Edition Solitude in Stuttgart, and poems from it have appeared or are forthcoming in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Oversound, a chapbook from Private Line, exhibitions in Les Arques and Gourdon in France, and a choral performance in Graz, Austria. Architecture for Travelers is now sold out, but a PDF of it can be read at the link above.
Joshua Edwards directs Canarium Books. He's the author of four collections of poetry, Castles and Islands, Architecture for Travelers, Imperial Nostalgias, and Campeche, and the translator of Mexican poet María Baranda's Ficticia. His other photographic projects can be found at www.castlesislands.com.