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Brooke Palmieri

Printing History New Series 26
Edited By Brooke Palmieri

An Interview with Thin Ice Press
Nina Schneider, The Printed Intarsia of Erasmus Loya
Fuchsia Voremberg, Chinook Jargon and Itinerant Mimeography in the Pacific Northwest
Ellen Mazur Thomson, To Feast with One’s Eyes: Colour Printing in Nineteenth-Century Cookbooks

Reviews

James Raven, What is the History of the Book? [Katherine M. Ruffin]
Hendrik D. L. Vervliet, Robert Granjon, Letter-Cutter, 1513—1590: Oeuvre Catalogue [Brooke Sylvia Palmieri]


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Printing History New Series Number 25
Edited By Brooke Palmieri

An Interview with Bruce Kennet, author of W.A. Dwiggins: A Life in Design, published by the Letterform Archive in 2017
Lynne Farrington, A Very Good Book Indeed: Selling Bibles by Subscription in Nineteenth-Century America
Jeffrey Makala, Spiritual Machinery’: The American Bible Society and the Mechanisms of Large-Scale Printing in the Early Nineteenth Century

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Michalis Pichler, editor Publishing Manifestos [Brooke Sylvia Palmieri]


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Printing History New Series Number 24
Edited By Brooke Palmieri

Contents

An Interview with Douglas Charles, Journeyman Printer
Amanda Stuckey, Tactile Literacy
Erin Schreiner, Printing the Screenplay in Hollywood and Beyond
Amelia J. Hugill-Fontanel, Multitudinous Tints: An Inventor’s Pursuit of Instantaneous Multicolor Printing
Paul Shaw’s response to Jerry Kelly’s review of Revival Type: Digital Typefaces Inspired by the Past (2017) published in Printing History 23 (Winter 2018).


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Printing History New Series Number 23
Edited By Brooke Palmieri

New Series Number 23 (Winter 2018)

Interview with Heiba Lamara
James T. Cameron and George D. Barnum, Invisible Writing Made Visible: The U. S. Government Printing Office and Prisoner of War Stationery in the Second World War.
Lisa Unger Baskin, The Myth of Some Unconventional Women.
Amy Hildreth Chen, Michelle Chesner, and Shannon K. Supple, Roundtable Discussion: Teaching Printing History with Codex Conquest.


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Printing History New Series 22
Edited By Brooke Palmieri

New Series Number 22 (Septmeber 2017)

Interview with artist Liv Rainey-Smith
“An Aesthetic History of the Ouija Board” by Jesse Ryan Erickson
“William Berry: Publisher, Scoundrel, and Spiritualist” by E. Haven Hawley
“The Lion Motif on Early Hebrew Title Pages and Pressmarks” by Marvin J. Heller

Reviews
Mark R. Godburn, Nineteenth-Century Dust-Jackets
William J. Kiesel, Printers Devices in Esoteric Publishing.


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Printing History New Series 21
Edited By Brooke Palmieri

An interview with Kseniya Thomas
Caroline Archer-Parré, Leonard Jay: A Pioneer of Printing Education
John Kristensen, The Merrymount Janson Type and Matrices
John Labovitz, The Electric Typesetter: The Origins of Computing in Typography


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