August 5th, 2013

A book with a golden ticket was dropped at Fiction Addiction in Greenville SC!

August 2nd, 2013

For all of you in West Hollywood LA, a book has been left at Book Soup! (ask at the register), there’s only one!

August 1st, 2013

Two more book drops, one at the Highline and another at the Brooklyn Bridge outside the Pier 1 Playground! Go find them!

August 1st, 2013

A copy of Keri Smith’s THE POCKET SCAVENGER has been spotted in Central Park, under a bench, across from the John Lennon “Imagine” Memorial. It is rumored to contain a ‘golden ticket’ or letter from Keri Smith, which will send whoever finds it on another adventure.

July 30th, 2013

I received this note from a woman from Germany. She found a page from Wreck this Journal at the bottom of the ocean! (how appropriate that this comes on the eve of National Scavenger Hunt Month!)

“Found this on the bottom of the sea next to the croatian island Korčula:

(see photo above)

We were very amused and I finally recognized that this is one of the glorious pages out of the journal I bought a few years ago and nearly forgot.

I looked for it when I was back home and actually now I am very exited to got on wrecking it!

Thank you for your creation and for making our snorkeling adventure even more funny.

Best regards from Germany! :-)”

July 25th, 2013

(click image for a larger version)

You now have a mystery to solve!

May 5th, 2013

From the depths of my imaginary world, to you.

April 22nd, 2013

I am hugely flattered. Love the crane dispenser!

April 15th, 2013

I think that means you can get one too!

I’m off to find some things…

January 23rd, 2013

“…And with these the sense of the world’s concreteness, irreducible,
immediate, tangible, of something clear and closer to us: of the
world, no longer as a journey having constantly to be remade, not as
a race without end, a challenge having constantly to be met, not as
the one pretext for a despairing acquisitiveness, nor as the illusion of
a conquest, but as the rediscovery of a meaning, the perceiving that
the earth is a form of writing, a geography, of which we had
forgotten that we ourselves are the authors.”

–Georges Perec, “Species of Spaces”


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