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Re: [BKARTS] Betty Bright: NO LONGER INNOCENT: Book Art in America 1960-1980.

I picked this up on amazon a couple of weeks ago. As Richard says in the blurb, "a must-have." Absolutely.


Granary Books is pleased to announce the publication of Betty Bright's long awaited

NO LONGER INNOCENT: Book Art in America 1960-1980.

Publication date: September, 2005
Price: $39.95
Edition size: 2000
Dimensions: 10 x 7 inches
Number of pages: 300
ISBN: 1-887123-71-7
Binding: Paperback
Illustrations: 104 black & white, 25 full-color

"Betty Bright brings to light the merging of the book as a crafted object with the internal metaphor of its
artistic content. She presents the lineage of artists and organizations that brought together the wide
variety of skills and aesthetics that enabled the evolution of the contemporary bookwork. NO LONGER
INNOCENT is scholarly, readable, and is an important contribution that clearly identifies who did what
when. It will be the standard reference work in this field, and is a must-have book for any serious
student, collector, curator, librarian, and artist." RICHARD MINSKY.

For more information to go:

Individuals and libraries may order directly from the publisher. Please send check including
postage and, if you are in the state of New York, sales tax. Libraries may be billed.

Domestic shipping charges:
Media mail = $2.00
Priority mail = $6.00

Bookstores please order from one of our distributors: D.A.P. / Distributed Art Publishers 800 338 BOOK or Small Press Distribution 800 869 7553

Steve Clay Granary Books 168 Mercer St. #2 New York, NY 10012

212 337-9979 212 337-9774 (fax) www.granarybooks.com

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