Archive for November, 2011

Anglophone Poetry and Indian Angles have at last appeared. Weighing in together at about a thousand pages of manuscript, they have been transformed into lovely tomes by Nancy Basmajian and her wonderful staff at Ohio.  For more information click on the Indian Angles tab above. Many diacritics and translation queries later, the two are ready for reading.  The Centaur typeface looks lovely, and we’ve even squeezed in a few illustrations.  Here are two of them:

Kasiprasad Ghose as he appeared in Fisher's Drawing-Room Scrapbook

frontispiece to Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali, drawn by William Rothenstein


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I’m happy to report that Woven was chosen by Eileen Wallace for the Capital Show at the Center for Book Arts.  The show is up for a few more days!  Then it’s time to fetch the accordion home, poundcake style, in my big plastic cakebox-like container.  Now it’s time for broadsides–in press at the moment is David Rigsbee’s new poem “Canoe.”  Sadly though, the printer was out of sorts, and awaits one more font!

"Woven" exhibited in the Capital Show

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