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Re: Title-page Wording



>Problem 1: She has taken a short modern poem by someone else and
>illustrated it with a substantial number of her own original
>photographs and made a special binding for this one-of-a-kind
>book (she has the permission of the poet to do this). The
>title-page wording
>
>     John Doe
>     TITLE OF POEM
>
>     Photographs
>     by
>     Jane Roe
>
>seems inadequate to her to convey the extent to which she has, as
>it were, entered the picture; but she can't think of anything
>better for the title-page wording. Does anyone have any ideas?

(screen font 12 pt. courier to view as centered text, set each "couplet" in smaller font or selectively use bold, nn=quantity):


             JANE ROE
          _TITLE OF POEM_

 nn Photographs based on the text by
            JOHN DOE

       Design and Binding by
            Jane Roe

>
>Problem 2: she took short excerpts from a 19th-century bird book
>and wrote them out in a calligraphic hand to create a
>one-of-a-kind book, illustrated with her own original drawings;
>she then made a special binding for the result. Again, what might
>the title-page read?
>
>Thanks for your suggestions!
>
>
>--
>Terry Belanger


                JANE ROE
                 TITLE

or

                TITLE
               Jane Roe

and explain it all on a page of introductory text or in the colophon.


            Richard
            http://minsky.com


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