Adam Fagin





"Our book presents, not theories, but revelations."

--Abbott Handerson Thayer



Abbott Thayer was a late 19th, early 20th century artist and naturalist whose discoveries in animal coloration provided the blueprint for camouflage during WWI, earning him his nickname, "the father of camouflage."


T's Law.pdf


Adam Fagin's work has appeared in Web Conjunctions, Volt, Fence and many other journals. His manuscript, T's Law, was a finalist for the Ahsahta's 2012 Sawtooth Poetry Prize and the Colorado Prize for Poetry. He lives in Oakland, CA.