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JAB - The Journal of Artists' Books is pleased to announce the
launching of its new, comprehensive, and easily navigable web site.

Learn all about JAB - what it has published, where it is going, and
how YOU can participate. The website includes information about how to
submit articles and artwork, how to get current and back issues, and
also provides a wealth of information about the artists' books and
themes covered in past issues of JAB. Tables of contents, online PDFs
of selected back issues, and a complete name index of all the
authors, artists, and  presses that have been discussed in past
articles provides a rich resource for learning more about artists'

Don't miss this opportunity to order the current issue, JAB22,
which has all sorts of extras including an artists' book and a CD
recording of all the lectures and discussion sessions from the
ACTION/INTERACTION:Book/Arts Conference held last June at Columbia
College Chicago. It's a great deal!

This new web site is made possible through the expertise and
generosity of JAB web mistress Elisabeth Long. The web site currently
resides on a University of Chicago server (don't be surprised by the
redirect), but will move to the Columbia College Chicago server soon.
Using the www.journalofartistsbooks.org URL will always get you to the
site, wherever it resides.

Brad Freeman
Studio Coordinator, Editor JAB - The Journal of Artists' Books
Columbia College Chicago
Center for Book & Paper Arts
1104 South Wabash Avenue, 2nd floor
Chicago, IL 60605-2328



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