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Re: [BKARTS] Relocating to Maine



Haystack Mountain School is located on Deer Isle, and is very often home to
book artists and book arts workshops, if only fleetingly.

http://www.haystack-mtn.org/

And it's in a spectacular setting. Then again, you'll be in Maine, so you'll
be seeing spectacular most all the time. Other Maine bookish things I'm
aware of (as long as not much has changed in a couple of years) include
letterpress printer David Wolfe in Portland, as well as Walter Tisdale in
Bangor. And if you get down to Chosen Land, the Shaker Community at New
Gloucester, you're almost certain to find letterpress-printed notes and even
the occasional limited edition book at the Shaker Store.

Good choice in relocation, Susannah!
John

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