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Re: Call for Entries



Dear Suzanne,

Please send me gallery submission forms for the Ultimate Journal,
including deadlines.

thanks,

Bertha Rogers
bkrogers@catskill.net

RR#1 Box 545
Delhi, NY 13753

Date sent:              Thu, 8 Jun 2000 14:01:05 -0400
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From:                   Suzanne Tourtillott <suzanne@LARKBOOKS.COM>
Subject:                Call for Entries
To:                     BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU

> Dear Book Artists,
>
> I recently subscribed to this list because I am writing and editing a book
> for Lark Books, a publisher of craft books, called The Ultimate Journal.
>
> In a nutshell, The Ultimate Journal is all about visual-verbal journals.
> I've commissioned 4 book artists to collaborate with people who journal and
> together they came up with designs that best suit their journaling needs,
> whether they write about travel, gardening, yoga, or their dreams. Some
> journals have books-within-books, others have unusual page structures,
> pockets, a mix of different-function papers, such as vellum, water media,
> etc. The journals have been created already and are on their way to the
> journallers, who'll use them for a time before sending them to us for
> photography.
>
> For the gallery section of the book, book artists are invited to submit 2-3
> slides of each journal (the cover and a couple of open-page spreads), to a
> maximum of 3 journals total. Used or new books are fine, as long as the
> elements reflect a practical approach to the needs of the visual-verbal
> journaler.
>
> Please contact me for the Gallery Submission Forms.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Suzanne J. E. Tourtillott
> Editor
> Lark Books
> 50 College Street
> Asheville, North Carolina, USA
> Tel: (828) 253-0467 x312
> Fax: (828) 253-7952
> e-mail: suzanne@larkbooks.com
>
> http://www.larkbooks.com/
>
> Littera Scripta Manet. Volat Irrevocabili Verbum.
> The written word remains. The spoken word takes wing and cannot be
> recalled.
>
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