Sarah McCarry’s press, Guillotine, has published a chapbook of a 1990 essay by Eve Sedgwick. In her introduction, Sarah writes: “I found this essay among her papers, which, over the last few years, I’ve been helping … to archive, and the initial thrill of coming across a paper of Eve’s— partially handwritten, cut-and-pasted together in places, a sheaf of papers that felt as alive as if she’d just set them down moments earlier— that had never before been published soon gave way to the even greater joy of realizing what an extraordinary, beautifully-written and still-relevant essay it was.” Sarah is calling the untitled manuscript [Censorship & Homophobia]. Handsomely crafted, the chapbooks have letter-pressed covers, and are hand sewn. A limited special edition includes a two-color, letter-pressed broadsheet with a quotation from the essay. The chapbook and special edition broadside are available from Guillotine.