Monthly Archives: September 2008

Graphic bookselling.

Bookseller as melancholy hero, via recent correspondence with Dr. B.

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Think globally, act reluctantly.

Tomorrow I will once again be staffing a table on the sunny side of the sixth annual Kerrytown Book Fest here in Ann Arbor. The book fest combines book arts, author panels, and vendors of antiquarian, collectible and various books. … Continue reading

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I despair of providing an appropriately dreadful pun in the headline.

Somewhat souped-up print on demand has come to the University of Michigan library system. This has of course been in the works for a while, and I am not remotely qualified for (nor inclined toward) prognostication, so I will withhold … Continue reading

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