Two weeks ago I took a course with the California Rare Book School at UCLA on the topic of descriptive bibliography.
This is the second time that I have attended the CODEX Biennial Book Fair and Symposium, and again, I came away having learned more valuable information about book arts and collecting.
Typographical Explorations. How does a printer select a specific type to create a connection to the content of the text for the reader? #bookhistory #printinghistory #typography #bookcollecting
When I became a mother, one of my priorities was sharing my love of books with my children. Here are three of my favorite children's books about books.
I signed up for a subscription to the Arion Press after taking a tour of the Press and Mackenzie & Harris Typefoundry earlier this year.
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."
I joined the Book Club of California last week and received an envelope filled with back issues of their newsletter, journal (letterpress printed and edited by Peter Koch, no less), and other information from past publications, talks, and exhibits.
Two weeks ago I took my annual California Rare Book School course up at UC Berkeley. I’m slowly working towards a Professional Certificate in Rare Books and Manuscripts. This year’s course was entitled "Printing at the Margins: The History of Women Printers" and taught by Kathleen Walkup, a Master Printer and Professor at the Mills College Book Art Program.