Monthly Archives: August 2012

We exult in what we master and discover

I just learned that Anaïs Nin printed Winter of Artifice herself.  From Volume 3 of her diary: The relationship to handcraft is a beautiful one. You are related bodily to a solid block of metal letters, to the weight of … Continue reading

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Adams Morgan Day

Adams Morgan Day is happening September 9, 2012 and I’ll have a booth at Arts on Belmont (Belmont St. between 18th St. and Columbia Rd. NW in Washington, DC) with Julia of Orange Tabby Press! We’ll also be showing the … Continue reading

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The Just

A man who cultivates his garden, as Voltaire wished. He who is grateful for the existence of music. He who takes pleasure in tracing an etymology. Two workmen playing, in a café in the South, a silent game of chess. … Continue reading

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