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[BKARTS] Minnesota Center for Book Arts Announces 2005 Winter Book and Reading

Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) is pleased to announce the publication
of There Is No Other Way to Speak.  MCBA¹s seventeenth annual Winter Book
publication is an anthology edited by critically acclaimed author Bill Holm
which features twelve Minnesota writers.
The 2005 Winter Book is available in Deluxe, Standard and Chapbook Editions
produced under the direction of Artistic Director Jeff Rathermel. The Deluxe
features tipped-in limited edition prints by Derek Black, Wilber Schilling,
Sara Langworthy, Richard Stephens and Kent Aldrich. The Standard features
illustrations by Jody Williams. Text in all editions is letterpress printed
by Wendy Fernstrum and Robyn Stoller.  An audio version of the book, titled
There Is No Other Way to Speak: Voices, documents this wonderful collection
of literary legends and new Minnesota voices.  Produced through a
collaboration between MCBA and Essay Audio, it is also available for
purchase. To learn more about MCBA¹s Winter Book, or to download an order
form, please visit http://www.mnbookarts.org/theshop/winterbook.html or call
We would also like to extend an invitation to a Winter Book reading on
Saturday, December 3, 2005.  Readings by the editor and participating
writers will take place at 7:30 pm in the Marshall Fields Performance Hall,
Second Floor, Open Book (see address below). Refreshments and book signing
to follow in the MCBA studios.  To RSVP for the reading, please call

Dorothy Goldie
Executive Director
Minnesota Center for Book Arts
1011 Washington Avenue South, Suite 100
Minneapolis, MN  55415
Direct:  612-215-2525
Main:  612-215-2520
Fax:  612-215-2545
Cell:  612-280-7414

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