FWD: Re: Book reviews in "Parenthesis"
- Paul Razzell wrote:
> Dear fellow publishers and printers,
> With the Codex Symposium just days away, the Editors of /Parenthesis:
> The Journal of the Fine Press Book Association,/ are soliciting
> prospectuses from all presses who would like their books considered
> for review in our journal.
> Each issue of /Parenthesis/ consists of 64 pages of articles and
> illustrations, many in colour. Up to 100 /de luxe/ members receive a
> special limited edition of /Parenthesis/ which is case-bound and
> presented in a slip-case with a parcel of items specially printed by
> presses from around the world.
> If you have a prospectus or a book you would like considered for
> review, please deliver them to Crispin Elsted at the Barbarian Press
> table at the Codex Book Fair. Crispin is one of the North American
> Editors of /Parenthesis/ and will ensure your book is considered for
> If you are a press (and an FPBA member), we can include a short note
> about your new books in our e-newsletter. Just fill in the online
> registration form at www.fpba.com. The form also allows you to request
> an entry in the next issue of /Parenthesis/, and in the Private
> Libraries Association’s periodical /Private Press Books/.
> As many of you know, the Fine Press Book Association is an
> organization formed by individuals interested in the art of fine
> printing to promote printing skills and the appreciation of beautiful
> books. Eleven years old this year, we now have a world-wide membership
> of those interested in the fine book and contemporary fine printing:
> collectors, printers, artists, illustrators, museums, and dealers,
> currently numbering around 800.
> Good luck at the fair, and best wishes,
> Paul Razzell, Editor (NA)
> /Parenthesis: Journal of the Fine Press Book Association
> /1857 West 4th Avenue, Box 227
> Vancouver, B.C., V6J 1M4
> Tel: 604 731 6365
> Email: inferno_press@...