International and Comparative Librarianship

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Bound for Glory - Carleton University Magazine

ACCORDIAN STYLE  The Library, by Derek Cowan, published 1991. Limited edition of 60 copies, numbered and signed. Printed on one side of a continuous strip, folded in accordion fashion
Historians of book, and library historians, will be glad to read this article on handmade books, and book as a physical artifact prospering even in the digital and ebook age:

"Handmade books glow with a vintage varnish when cast against the sleek gadgetry of the information age," Carleton University Magazine, Winter 2011, by Fateema Sayani, [Photos by Luther Caverly] continue reading

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