GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Ian Koss’ hands are very busy.
He’s folding a piece of paper back and forth making tight creases using his fingernail. It is a humid day in Grand Junction and the paper is softer than usual, loose from the moisture in the air.
“I feel like I’m folding in Florida,” says Koss.
The humid paper reminds him of his years in Gainesville, Florida where he worked for a university, published an indie magazine and, like he’s done all his life, folded paper.