This year's California Rare Book School course was on the history of typography, taught by Paul Shaw, designer and design historian, with Grendl Löfkvist, printer and Education Director at the Letterform Archive.
I signed up for a subscription to the Arion Press after taking a tour of the Press and Mackenzie & Harris Typefoundry earlier this year.
I have identified several models of the modern private press.
I have compiled a list of trusted vendors for supplies and equipment over the last twenty years of on and off again book binding and repair. Here is a list of resources.
At this stage in my book collecting, cataloging has become more critical. How can I find the best software for a private library?
Registration is open for the CODEX Book Fair and Symposium in February.
Here is a short post about some of the eccentric collections of reading materials related to a study of "the book."
As a co-leader of a Girl Scout Troop, I was excited to see the Book Artist Badge in the book of options for the girls.
Framing has finally begun on the construction of the studio space for printing and book arts.
I bought a John Jacques & Sons industrial era paper cutter.