ILSSA at Length

The 4th Annual ILSSA Festival to Plead for Skills is featured in at Length magazine! Many thanks to Elaine Bleakney and to all participating ILSSA members making it happen!

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Upcoming Classes

Take a gander at the schedule of upcoming classes I’ll be teaching at Asheville BookWorks in November! I’m so thrilled to be returning regularly to WNC. In addition, I’m looking forward to a long stay in the spring of 2013, when I’ll be teaching both a four-day class at BookWorks and an eight-week concentration at the Penland School of Crafts.

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Fit to Print

Hot Off The Press! Or, more aptly, ready to Print-On-Demand! My first official published article in the current issue of Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus, an affiliated society of the College Art Association. The article, which was originally a presentation at the 2011 CAA Conference, is entitled, “Open Edition: Free the Book.” The issue can be read on-line and a printed version is available on Lulu.

New Classes at BookWorks

Check out the recently expanded schedule of classes that I’ll be teaching at           Asheville BookWorks this year!

Concept to Conclusion

Jessica PetersonWow! What happened to February? I suppose it marched right along as we all prepared for a barrage of March activity! On the top of my list is an exhibition opening this weekend at Asheville BookWorks. I’m honored to join Jessica Peterson of Paper Souvenir and Frank Brannon of SpeakEasy Press as the featured artists in Artists in Residence / Concept to Conclusion.

The show runs from March 12-April 30, 2011 and features three projects made possible by the BookWorks Co-op, including The Paste Papers of Lawrence Louise Foster by Catherine Baker and published by SpeakEasy Press, Ma’Cille’s Museum of Miscellanea by Jessica Peterson and published by Paper Souvenir, and Fibre Libre, the collaborative edition published by yours truly, Flatbed Splendor.

We hope you’ll join us on Saturday, March 12, from 5:30-8:30 pm at Asheville BookWorks, for the opening and artists’ talks.

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