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Re: [BKARTS] Query



Rick--if you haven't looked at it already, you may want to check out the
Journal of Artists' Book special issue entitled "Experimental Narrative
and Artists' Books" (no. 12, FAll 1999).

--Molly Schwartzburg

On Mon, 17 Feb 2003, Richard Henry wrote:

> All,
>
> I've been reading all of the posts with some interest for the past year or
> so, though admittedly, I am not a 'book arts' person per se (as least as
> someone who understands the variety of presses and their uses, binding
> materials, and the like). What I am interested in is the book as an
> object -- and specifically the interface between the book-object and
> narrative (broadly construed).
>
> So, forgive me if this is out of line for the list. I edit a literary
> journal which is more of an assemblage, since it is unbound (hence the name,
> Unbound). I am always seeking submissions. I know some of you work in
> multiples and I am wondering if anyone would like to submit. If anyone is
> interested, I can be reached at unbound@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>
> Thanks,
>
> Rick Henry
>
>

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Department of English
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305
650-327-9168
molly1@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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