Everything Is Connected (Paperback)

Reimagining the World One Postcard at a Time

By Keri Smith

Penguin Books, 9780399165184, 51pp.

Publication Date: October 1, 2013

List Price: 14.00*
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Description

From the internationally bestselling creator of Wreck This Journal comes an imaginative new project: fifty postcards that send you on a quest to reanimate everyday life...

Leave notes in public for strangers, dream up a tiny imaginary world, summon magic powers, draw a portrait of yourself as a hero, create your own treasure map, or access a secret portal whenever you wish.

Don’t you just love getting something unexpected in the mail?

With Everything Is Connected, your mission is to reimagine your world—and the worlds of everyone around you—one postcard at a time. Creative, collaborative, and winkingly subversive, this postcard set is a manifesto, a mission, a game, and an invitation in one convenient package.


About the Author

Keri Smith is a bestselling author, illustrator, and thinker. Her books include Wreck This Journal, The Wander Society, This is Not a Book, How to Be an Explorer of the World, Mess, Finish This Book, The Pocket Scavenger, Wreck This Journal Everywhere, Everything Is Connected, and The Imaginary World of... as well as Wreck This App, This is Not an App, and the Pocket Scavenger app. She enjoys spending time with her husband, experimental musician Jefferson Pitcher, and two children.


Praise For Everything Is Connected: Reimagining the World One Postcard at a Time

Praise for Everything is Connected

“Everything is Connected is not just a book of postcards. It's a series of experiments designed to shake us out of our ruts. Through the ingenious use of the common postcard, Keri Smith encourages us to embark on a quest to reanimate everyday life.” —Booktopia


Praise for Keri Smith

“Keri Smith may well be the self-help guru this DIY generation deserves.” —The Believer

“A conceptual artist and author luring kids into questioning the world and appreciating every smell, texture and mystery in it.” —TIME Magazine


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