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I will be in London for 4 days in late May.   Are there any book arts shows
going on  there that anyone is aware of, or anywhere in particular I should
visit, (stores, galleries, studios) where is might find the bookarts and
finely bound books???
I'll also be traveling to the cotswalds. If that is in the direction of
anything or anyone dealing with bookbinding. I'd appreciate any info I can
round up before May 25th. Thanks

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