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Fall 2006 Ampersand now available

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  • Susan Angebranndt
    Ampersand is the quarterly journal of the Pacific Center for the Book Arts (PCBA). It has articles about all aspects of the book arts, from historical
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      "Ampersand" is the quarterly journal of the Pacific Center for the Book
      Arts (PCBA). It has articles about all aspects of the book arts, from
      historical commentary to profiles of working artists to practical how-to
      tutorials. The informative articles are generously illustrated with
      photographs. Back issues are available for $15 (includes shipping in
      US/Canada, California residents add tax). Information about the current and
      back issues as well as ordering is available at
      http://www.greenchairpress.com/amp.cgi

      The Fall 2006 issue is now available for purchase.

      In this issue:

      History of the Book / Orihon's Triumph
      Hedi Kyle looks at the origin and adaptations of the concertina fold

      Profile / Play, Weaving, Risk, Pattern
      Sara McManus gives us a glimpse into Kitty Maryatt's class, "Typography and
      the Book Arts," at Scripps College

      Broadside / I Speak of the Jazz Poets
      Lisa Rappoport's broadside of a Jack Crimmin's poem

      Appreciation / Lloyd Reynolds
      Gay Walker remembers the calligrapher and teacher Lloyd Reynolds

      Around the Bay / Out of Our Control
      Deborah Kogan looks at Margaret Tedesco's flip books

      Techniques / A Tie Clasp
      Deborah Kogan & Catherine Helfer detail instructions for making a tie clasp
      with your own hand-made linen cord

      Book Reviews
      Gerald Lange's review of Neil Macmillian's "An A-Z of Type Designers", and
      Amy Davidson looks at the recent multiplicity of books about altered books

      Tools / When Good Pens Go South
      Georgette Freeman's love affair with her Manuscript calligraphic pen

      Resources / Royalty-free Images

      Endnote / Letter from Italy
      Cathy Miranker discovers a book bonanza in Siena, Italy
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