The next book I publish will in fact be 12 feet by 35 feet (that's a 24 x 35 spread size, math genius!) and it will be approximately 34,567,834 pages. The pages will be granite slabs about yay thick and bound together with industrial cable (also yay thick) in the style of smythe. The text will be both chiseled and fire-branded onto the surface. Each page will be comprised of synonyms of the word "big". There is so much research to do and languages to explore that a full orchestra has been hired to do the work. The work a full orchestra provides in this field just sounds fuller and fills out a stage making the stage full. The orchestra requires much attention all the time. And, they wear ties. And all of them refuse travel by airplane (except the bassoon player who is also in charge of granite pagination). So the planning that goes into movng them around is unimaginable. The orchestra I mean. But it's all about size. It will probably matter more than any other art form or book or book of art forms or book(s) as art form(s) or orchestra-supported poetry publishing venture. Be ready for this.