Right now in the office, we have over 35 cubic feet of original artist books, associated artwork (prints, drawings, etc), artists files and correspondence, and other vital records of publications, exhibitions, educational outreach, etc. Imagine trying to organize 10 years worth of correspondence, book mock-ups, artist’s proofs, prints, single-object and editioned books, cancelled checks, hand-drawn invoices, and much more! This archive is an invaluable piece of book arts history at the turn of the century. Over 60 important American (and many European and Asian) book artists and presses are represented in the archive.
- An Uncanny Adventure of Family and Loss: Jeremy Robert Johnson’s “In the River” Reviewed
- “Whatever You Do, Don’t Figure ‘It’ Out”: An Interview with Catherine Lacey
- We All Just Want to Be Touched: A Review of Courtney Maum’s “Touch”
- History, Revision, and Rebellion: An Interview With Molly Patterson