Steve Miller on Aloft: "Cuban artist Alejandro Sainz cut seven linocuts for Red Hydra Press. Proofs of the cuts were sent to Wisconsin poet Mary Wehner, who created seven mysterious word swarms to accompany the images. This is a book that evokes the Malecón in Havana, as well as the lakes of the Midwest. It is simple and powerful."
Alejandro Sainz works at the Taller Experimental de Grafica in Havana. He has participated in other collaborations with Steve Miller and the University of Alabama Book Art Program. Mary Wehner, a painter and writer from Wisconsin, has worked with Steve Miller on other publications by Red Hydra Press - "...or the opposite" (a chapbook) and "Broken Shells at Dusk" (a broadside).