Judy Kravis and Peter Morgan

fascinating83 words chosen on the spur of the moment by 83 first year students at Limerick School of Art and Design, recombined, reconnected and disguised by Peter Morgan and Judy Kravis.

The word 'serendipity' derives from an old name for Ceylon, which is itself an old name for Sri Lanka. Horace Walpole first used the word in 1754 after reading an old tale called 'The Prince of Serendip'. Serendipity means discovering something you aren't searching for. Serendipity is not just a question of luck, Walpole insisted, but also of sagacity.

20 pp, 150x150mm, stapled, 20 colour pictures, Edition of 201, A public access book, February 2013

€5