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Re: looking for other "lists"

There is a great Origami list -- you can get there by searching for Joseph
Wu and going to his website.

>I'd like to know if there are other book arts-related "lists" out there, like
>this one but perhaps for related crafts: calligraphy, papermaking, printing,
>marbling, etc.  I'm not looking for "web sites" but specifically for "lists"
>to which one can subscribe.  Much like this one, where one can exchange e-mail
>with other subscribers.
>There used to be a calligraphy "list" but I am unable to find it at present.
>Is it gone? I have, however, found an address for LETPRESS, a letterpress
>printing "list".  If anyone can offer info on others, I'd appreciate hearing
>from you on this list; I'm sure there are several subscribers here who would
>be interested to see the responses as well.
>Thanks in advance, Karen L. Crisalli

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