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[BKARTS] Conference for Small Presses in Ithaca, NY

Please read the following for information about an exciting conference for
small presses. It is being held on Feb. 7, 2004 in Ithaca, NY!

SMALL PRESS CULTURE WORKERS: A Conference on Small Presses

Small Press Culture Workers is a forum for poets, publishers, and
editors of small, independent presses and journals as well as publishers of
artists' books to investigate the sub-economic force of small press
publishing in the United States. Cultural work made possible by artists and
editors committed to building and sustaining community while implementing
innovative editorial aesthetics and publishing strategies will be examined
through a variety of talks, panel presentations, a book  fair, an exhibit of
book arts and  a public reading by the poet/publishers in attendance.
February 7, 2004. Ithaca, NY.

       Presenters include:
       Charles Alexander, Chax Press, Tucson, AZ
       Allison Cobb, co-editor, POM2, New York, NY
       Jennifer Coleman, co-editor, POM2, New York, NY
       Rory Golden, Executive Director, Center for Book Arts, New York, NY
       Brendan Lorber, editor, Lungfull!, New York, NY
       Jennifer Savran, LunaSea Bindery and Press, Ithaca, NY
       Jonathan Skinner, editor, ecopoetics, Buffalo, NY
       Juliana Spahr, co-editor, Chain, Subpress, Oakland, CA
       Mark Weiss, editor, Junction Press, San Diego, CA

The conference includes panel presentations, a small press book
fair, an exhibit: "Pages," curated by Buzz Spector at the Ink Shop/Olive
Branch Press and a group reading by the poet/publishers in attendance as
part of the West End Reading Series February event. Location: Mural Lounge,
The Clinton House, 116 N. Cayuga Street, Ithaca, NY. Contact Jane Sprague
for further information regarding registration, lodging and conference
details at janesprague@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx or at the website

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