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[BKARTS] The Printer Printed, by Alan Loney

News from Cuneiform:

Cuneiform Press is pleased to announce the publication of Alan Loney's  Meditatio : the printer printed : manifesto with an introduction by Steve Clay of Granary Books.

ALAN LONEY is the author of eight books of poetry; his dear Mondrian, won the New Zealand Book Awards prize in 1977. For several years he edited the magazine A Brief Description of the Whole World; as printer and publisher he has operated Hawk Press, Black Light Press and The Holloway Press. The Writers Group brought out Reading | Saying | Making: Selected Essays in 2001. Presently Loney lives in Australia. Robert Creeley writes "Alan Loney's work has always been at the cutting edge of New Zealand's place in world literature." 

As Steve Clay rightfully notes in his introduction, this book is sure to take its place among landmark titles such as Clifford Burke’s Printing Poetry (1980) and Harry Duncan’s Doors of Perception (1983). This book is both essential, and enjoyable reading for book artists, printers and poets alike.

Penny Griffith writes, "Meditatio is a graceful reconsideration of the role of typography in relation to art, the reader, and the world of the book and reading." 

This book was produced in an edition of 200, and available for the very reasonable cost of $10.00 per copy (including S & H in the United States. For international orders, please add $3.00.

Order directly from:

Cuneiform Press
383 Summer Street
Buffalo, New York 14213

More details & images at: http://www.cuneiformpress.com/printer.html
Order at: http://www.cuneiformpress.com/dist.html
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View other new titles from Cuneiform by Robert Creeley, Craig Dworkin, Ron Silliman & Andrew Levy by visiting: http://www.cuneiformpress.com/home.html



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