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“No kid is safe from their attacks. Should a number be together, the birds unite their forces, and, with great noise and flapping of their wings, generally manage to separate the weakest one and dispatch it….The birds are cruel to … Continue reading
This year I’ll be working on a new book project: a field guide to extinct birds. There, I’ve said it, now it has to happen. At this point I’m thinking about producing it in three versions: a deluxe letterpress edition … Continue reading
The McGinley Paper Company Sample Book Of Faults is in a show up this fall at the Print Center in Philadelphia: Pulling from History: Letterpress The second in The Print Center’s Pulling from History series, this exhibition will bring together letterpress … Continue reading
On Monday and Tuesday I moderated a panel called the Chapbook as Art Object, as part of the 2010 Festival of the Chapbook, at the CUNY Grad Center. The title of the panel was not my choice, and one of … Continue reading
It’s that time again… Support the Center for Book Arts! Next Wednesday, April 7th at 6pm is the Center for Book Arts Annual Benefit and Auction. I’ll be there herding waitstaff, hanging decorations, serving cocktails and making sure someone bids … Continue reading
Publication Party! Sunday March 21st, 6pm Come celebrate the release of Phosphorescent Face Highlighter, a limited edition letterpress publication documenting the transformational experience in all its forms. It’s a new year, isn’t it time for a new you? By bringing … Continue reading