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Re: publishing/funding query


>At 09:47 AM 11/25/96 -0600, you wrote:
>>I have more recently become interested in creating a Bible - sort of
>>my own (read: controversial) interpretation of the text, revealed through
>>typography (and of course, the materials used in the piece). I was hoping,
>>this time around, to be able to actually publish a limited edition of it,
>>avoiding the pains of having to print and hand-bind myself how ever many
>>copies I decide to run. If there is anyone out there who knows of any
>>publishers who'd be interested in this sort of thing, or anyone who might
>>fund such a project (my thesis left me quite impoverished), I'd be forever
>>grateful for the information!
>Dear Elizabeth: It sounds great. And like something perhaps Kore Press might
>be interested in. Contact Lisa Bowden at 101 W. Sixth St., no. 4, Tucson, AZ
>85701. But if it's a very large book, i.e. the size of the Bible, then it
>might be a very difficult (and perhaps years-consuming) project for any hand
>printer/binder. But then there are always options in bookmaking.
>get off my back. the future fields into which I write are
>unimaginable. I do not know, any more than you do, what is
>around me, nor how far to go, nor precisely what I leave behind.
>                                          --Beverly Dahlen
>                          from A Reading 8 - 10
>                          published by Chax Press


"I don't think 'This is my party' is applicable anymore. The party's kind
of over. Now it's more like, 'This is my life,' 'This is my tribe.'"
                                                                - Nan Goldin

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