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[BKARTS] "Poetry into Print" at the Morgan Library October 27th

  Friday, October 27, 2006, 2-4 p.m.  (RSVP to:  deirdre.stam@xxxxxxx)
  at The Morgan Library and Museum, Education Center
  225 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016
  Panel and discussion with: 
 Mindy Belloff, Book Artist, Intima Press & Studio on the Square 
Intima Press 2006 Poetry Broadside Competition: Poems will be chosen and published as a limited edition letterpress print.  Deadline: November 30, 2006.  See details and download PDF entry form at www.IntimaPress.com 
 Jerry Kelly, Graphic Designer and coordinator of the APHA poetry portfolio ?Verse into Type,? 2006
 Alicia Martinez and Richard Kuczkowski, Poetry in  Motion subway  project
 Reservations are necessary since the seminar is limited to seating for 44 participants!  The first opportunity to register is offered to members of APHA New York.  Please reserve by e-mail to deirdre.stam@xxxxxxx asap; you will receive a confirmation of your registration.
 This event is sponsored by the American Printing History Association with assistance from the Bibliographical Society of America, The Morgan Library, and the Palmer School of Library and Information Science of Long Island University.
  - Deirdre C. Stam, Associate Professor,Palmer School of Library and 
  Information Science, Long Island University
  in Manhattan: Palmer School LIU, Bobst Library NYU #707, 
  70 Washington Square South, New York NY  10012
  Tel.: 212-998-2681; FAX: 212-995-4072; 
  Email:  deirdre.stam@xxxxxxx;  Web: www.newyorkbooks.org/stam.  
 Web for the Rare Book and Special Collections  concentration at Palmer: http://palmer.cwpost.liu.edu/mslis/mslisrbsc.html. 
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