Book_Arts-L - Subject Thread Index for Mar 2000

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  • First International Edible Book High Tea in New York City Reminder, Marie-Celeste Edwards
  • EAT THAT BOOK, Judith A. Hoffberg
  • Book Arts Workshops at VSW in Rochester, NY (July-August), Peter Verheyen
  • New Bibliography Catalogue Available, William Laywood
  • Re: EDIBLE BOOK HIGH-LOW TEA, Judith A. Hoffberg
  • Art & Metiers du Livre, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Book Arts in Ohio, M. B. McCarthy
  • Listing sites w/me, Patricia Johnston
  • WORKSHOP: BLIND TOOLING AND PANEL DESIGN (Saturday, June 17, 2000. Ann Arbor, MI), Peter Verheyen
  • Binder needed, Crisalli, Karen
  • Can anyone help with info on David Schlater?, swood
  • Austria has 186,000 books looted by Nazis--WJC, Museum Security Network
  • (Fwd) Paper Conservation Position, Museum Security Network
  • Travel Guide Follow Up, cecilia
  • Weights, Kevin Thomas
  • Art & Metiers du Livre, No. 218, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Re: medieval-style papermill, suhag shirodkar
  • Re: Medeval leather bound journal, Christine
  • World Calligraphic & Book Arts Travel Guide, cecilia
  • List / web milestone, Peter D. Verheyen
  • Rare William Stafford Books, Kathie Meyer
  • Position at Yale, Susan Klein
  • Artist Residencies-New Media (Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY), Peter D. Verheyen
  • Visual Studies Workshops Summer Workshops (Rochester, NY), Peter D. Verheyen
  • Ewan Clayton Workshop, John Neal
  • novice question, Marina Parascenzo-Brush
  • Latest WOID., Paul T Werner
  • pH, paper, paste, postal inks, etc., Jack C. Thompson
  • World Calligraphy&Book Arts Travel Guide, cecilia
  • Re: Leaf casting (correction), Uri Kolodni
  • Question about repair, Patricia Johnston
  • Leaf casting, Yehuda Miklaf
  • Paper grain question, VirginiaTurnbull
  • Exciting News!, David Lanning
  • Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 25 Mar 2000 to 26 Mar 2000 (#2000-84), Yourfirstname Anna Yourlastname Varney
  • world wide book arts/lettering art directory, cecilia
  • re; permanence of ballpoint ink, dave eyre
  • SU Book Art: An Exhibition of Student Work (Syracuse, NY), Peter D. Verheyen
  • Romanian dealer, Ioan Baicu
  • [Fwd: Epson 1200 inks at inkjetmall], Christine McCormick
  • Making one simple brass tool by hand, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Font conversion, Peter D. Verheyen
  • Archival ink jet inks, starr jr raymond h.
  • Position At Princeton, Mick LeTourneaux
  • National Art Materials Trade Association (NAMTA), marty
  • John Neal Bookseller, VirginiaTurnbull
  • Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 22 Mar 2000 to 23 Mar 2000 (#2000-81), Jill Timm
  • Permanence of ball point pen ink, VirginiaTurnbull
  • book-related postage stamps, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Gocco/LaPlantz, Arthur C. Snyder
  • 2ND H. W. DEGOLYER TRIENNIAL EXHIBITION & AWARD FOR AMER. BKBINDING, Sally Key
  • Re: Making bookbinding tools by hand, Yehuda Miklaf
  • Photopolymer Plates in Philadelphia, Sharon Hildebrand
  • Gocco printers, kelsey woodward
  • Re: Gocco Printer - book, Rikki Mitman
  • Post Script to the Japanese Silk Blues, ann peterson
  • fading ink, Mark Arend
  • national typefaces, Paul Razzell
  • Gocco Printer, Laura Russell
  • thin metal follow up, marty
  • Re : Intro and question, Robyn Sassen
  • Making Bookbinding Brass Hand Tools, Sharon L. Long
  • studio layout, RLavadour
  • Re: YES Glue in NYC, Nancy Britt
  • Quebec Humor, Art Rubino
  • Recent comments about Quebec, caryl peters
  • novice question about binding one book, Sperry Krueger
  • Legal Deposit (was: Re: A visit to Montreal), Richard Miller
  • acid free?, Don Drake
  • Ink supplier, marty
  • Book Fairs & Trade Shows, djaquier:First djaquier:Last
  • Photochromic inks, marty
  • Logo Competition, Jane Rodgers Siegel
  • True international exchange, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Re: National Library of Quebec, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Overcooking Wheat Paste?, Whitney Dickinson
  • Heat sensitive ink?, marty
  • Bookbinding equipment for sale, Mike Horn
  • CORRECTION: New schedule of classes by Daniel E. Kelm and The Garage Annex School for Book Arts. Spring - Autumn 2000, Peter D. Verheyen
  • New schedule of classes by Daniel E. Kelm and The Garage Annex School for Book Arts. Spring - Autumn 2000, Peter D. Verheyen
  • Re: A visit to Montreal, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Book burning., Peter Verheyen
  • Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 18 Mar 2000 to 19 Mar 2000 (#2000-77), Regis Koslofsky
  • Defaced book, Ian Bates
  • YES glue, Andres Hinojosa
  • NAMTA, Alice Turak
  • Workshop Spaces Available, Melissa Jay Craig
  • Can you identify this item?, John Tewell
  • Hollander beater for sale, stiffe
  • Sending List Commands, Peter D. Verheyen
  • Book Arts Web Updates, Peter D. Verheyen
  • Re: Intro and Question (copper/tin), Rikki Mitman
  • Re: Copper, RLavadour
  • thin, sheets of copper or tin, marty
  • Guild of Book Workers Supply Directory, Guild of Book Workers
  • New website, Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord
  • Intro and Question, Kathie Meyer
  • Edge Gilding, The Center for Book Arts
  • Re: I would rather burn them, Austin Jones
  • Re: I would rather burn them (was Re: Librarian responds) [Being posted for Jack Thompson], Peter D. Verheyen
  • I would rather burn them (was Re: Librarian responds), Richard Miller
  • FYI, Sharon McCartney
  • best source for beatiful paper in Paris, Christina Villasenor
  • Re: Libraries and Rare Books Re Britannica, Art Rubino
  • Re: first edition Steven King / Library practice, Peter D. Verheyen
  • first edition Steven King, Blunt, Dorothy
  • Libraries and Rare Books, David Scott Goen
  • fabric lined atlases, Beverly J. Mahoney
  • Hand Papermaking & Coptic Book Binding Weekend Intensive, Marie-Celeste Edwards
  • James Mosley's Spring 2000 US Tour, Terry Belanger
  • Librarian responds-Bad things/good books, Lilias Ford
  • Re: BOOK EXPLORATIONS, Lilias Ford
  • New Deadlines!, Melissa Jay Craig
  • Librarian responds RE: Bad things/good books, M. B. McCarthy
  • Japanese Silk Blues, ann peterson
  • WOID #III-34. Review: Artists' Books at the Brooklyn Museum., Paul T Werner
  • Re: When bad things happen to good books----JUST FOR YOU!!!, William Minter
  • mis-directed mail, Barbara Valenta
  • website additions, cecilia
  • Klucel G - Australia, Ian Bates
  • New Parts for 3-Ring Binders, Marie-Celeste Edwards
  • signs of loving use in books, Don Drake
  • Bio - T, linda dare
  • Teaching and books, Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord
  • Weeding -> Re: When bad things happen to good books., Peter Verheyen
  • Reputedly Illiterate/Castle Books, Boise, ID, Peter Verheyen
  • Resources in Paris?, Susan Friedman
  • Re: Hitting the wrong button&slides for lecture, Barbara Valenta
  • recycling 3-ring binders, Artemis BonaDea
  • When bad things happen to good books., Loud Creek Books & Bindery
  • Fwd: Se-Lin, Terry Belanger
  • Re: Early Printed Leaves, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Re: course and slides for lecture, Barbara Valenta
  • correction Opening Harper Collins NYC, Béatrice
  • collection of early printed leaves, Dorothy Africa
  • Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - Poorly shown books, Melissa Jay Craig
  • Attn: Rachael Bryn Mauer, Dena Robertson-Greenberg
  • Re: Book Art Exhibit travels to NYC from Italy, SR
  • early printed leafs, Clarke Otten
  • handling/exhibiting books, Tracy Honn
  • Re: why I pulled my book. [Forwarded for Jack Thompson.], Peter D. Verheyen
  • Re: Making lipped clam-shell boxes, Peter N Krantz
  • Re: Pulling Your Book, Robyn Sassen
  • Pulling your book from the show, Miriam Schaer
  • Re: why I pulled my book from the show..........what would I have done?, Robert Lovell
  • Re: why I pulled my book., Pat Baldwin
  • REVISED: SPRING CLASSES AT PLANETARY COLLAGE, PORTLAND, OR, Peter D. Verheyen
  • Mezzotint, Robyn Sassen
  • Paste paper/vinyl, Kitty Spangler
  • why I pulled my book from the show..., Jennifer
  • Re: paste paper & vinyl, David J. Lawrence
  • paste paper, Regis Koslofsky
  • Re: Tony Zwicker, Judith A. Hoffberg
  • Re: Apprenticeships, Pat Baldwin
  • Mac/PC, ie. Slow Friday?, Peter Verheyen
  • computer compatibility, Jill Timm
  • Immediate Opening Gallery Director, Geoffrey DiMasi
  • NEED AN ASSISTANT?, Sarah Harford
  • Re: Rutgers Project Hopes to Turn Andean Peasants Into MasterPapermakers, P Simpson
  • Pop-up Paper Structures Workshop, Sharon McCartney
  • message for list, Barbara Broff Goldman
  • Rutgers Project Hopes to Turn Andean Peasants Into Master Papermakers, Peter Verheyen
  • Paper From Plants by Peter and Donna Thomas., Peter D. Verheyen
  • graphics tour@print museum, linda dare
  • Perfect Bound Hardcover Books?, Fred Chang
  • Bookart In G.B.?, Tracy Smith
  • an exhibition of my work in New Jersey., Studio Dalwood
  • Paste Paper Techniques, Marie Kelzer
  • aftermarket cartridges, RLavadour
  • ANNOUNCEMENT: Artists' Book Show at Athenaeum, La Jolla, CA, Sibyl Rubottom
  • papermaking books on eBay, Crisalli, Karen
  • edible books, Michael Phillips
  • Bookbinding assistant needed, Dena Robertson-Greenberg
  • In New York, Béatrice
  • Victor Hammer Fellowship in the Book Arts, Wells College, Aurora NY, Peter Verheyen
  • wetting paste papers, Joyce Jenkins
  • Nouveau sur Galaxidion, Sandrine Cellard
  • Re: Corporate Book Opportunities, Nicholas G. Yeager
  • Paste-papers and clay-coated facsimile, William Minter
  • Correction,BOOK EX 2000, Lilias Ford
  • An exhibition of my work in New Jersey, Miriam Schaer
  • Re: Sugar paper, Kraft Paper & Deacidifying, Rodney Fry
  • Paste papers, Rezan Peya Gökçen
  • Paste-cooker, Peter D. Verheyen
  • Fwd: copyright conversations, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Re: search help needed, Peter Verheyen
  • Corporate Book Opporunities, Kevin Thomas
  • Paste Paper vs. Paint Paper, Kevin Thomas
  • BOOK EXPLORATIONS Results, Lilias Ford
  • Chicago April Fools Show, John Rininger
  • SPRING CLASSES AT PLANETARY COLLAGE, Portland, OR, Peter D. Verheyen
  • Using a Potdevin, Keith Berger
  • Re: Going to Germany/Black Forest, Peter Baumgartner
  • Re: Sugar paper and its Origins , old kraft paper, Rodney Fry
  • [Fwd: for London Area List Members], Uri Kolodni
  • Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 4 Mar 2000 to 5 Mar 2000 (#2000-63), stiffe
  • Re: workshop preparation, Hollypal
  • Designer Bookbinders North American Exhibition 2000-2001 and Website information, David Roberts
  • Book Central Lives!, D. Jaquier
  • smells, Sumner I Zacks
  • Re: EDIBLE BOOKS HIGH/LOW TEA update, Judith A. Hoffberg
  • How design works, Bill Anderson
  • PAGA, Terry Belanger
  • "The Making of a Renaissance Book" redivivus, Terry Belanger
  • IV. Seminar of the Society of Czech Bookbinders, Peter Verheyen
  • Cat urine, Kitty Spangler
  • Re: sugar blues, Christine
  • Re: Vergoldepulver, christopher Brown
  • No Subject, Peter D. Verheyen
  • licensing update, Helen Hiebert
  • Looking for addresses., Jake Benson
  • Rare Book School Summer Sessions 2000, Terry Belanger
  • help!!, Catherine Lahti
  • Re: burning football, Yehuda Miklaf
  • another reminder, Melissa Jay Craig
  • Biennial Reminder, Melissa Jay Craig
  • Laser or inkjet printing on bookcloth, Moller Kathryn
  • Colossal art theft in The Netherlands, Museum Security Network
  • what is "sugar paper" ?, Christine
  • Re: WOID #III-25. Review in the NYT., arizona
  • Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 29 Feb 2000 to 1 Mar 2000 (#2000-59), Rupert N. Evans
  • Re: Peculiar Binding Opportunities, Melissa Jay Craig
  • To rep or not to rep?, suhag shirodkar
  • Thanks for Stitching / Sewing Cradle Info, Kelly Anderson
  • Going to Germany/Black Forest Region, Sheila Orth
  • Selling out and the "MFA Crisis", Peter Verheyen
  • Literary Hypertext..., Peter Verheyen
  • Vandercook problem, Mark Attwood
  • nomenclature, Paula Marie Gourley
  • List member spotted in House Beautiful, Courtney Graham Hipp
  • Re: Books and disease., Loud Creek Books & Bindery
  • Re: Question: Good Cardstock for Postcards?, Alice Turak
  • Disaster at National Library of Canada in Ottawa - Again, Museum Security Network
  • Woodburytype pages updated, Mats Broberg
  • Re: TB question, Karen Gorst
  • French Bookbinders, Paula Marie Gourley
  • Re: Newbie Book Artist, starr jr raymond h.
  • Re: Philadelphia Bookarts ?, Jan Dickler
  • Smythe Sewing machine, John Tewell
  • March Special at Hand Papermaking, Tom Bannister
  • An answer? (Talcum Powder), Paul T Werner
  • Stitching / Sewing Cradle, Kelly Anderson
  • Re: Newbie / pagemaker becoming obsolete, marty
  • Plattsburgh - who knew, Tracy Honn
  • Re: perfect binding machine, Peter Verheyen
  • Re: A question (Talcum Powder), Peter Verheyen
  • Gocco B5 replacement, Shu-Ju Wang
  • Re: A question, info
  • Re: Odd experiences in Bookbinding, bbigelow

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