Random thoughts on writing poetry and life in general
Friday, June 13, 2008
Last night's last letterpress class
Last night, we ran a few last prints (two-color only), and then we cleaned everything up. Our typesetter group redistributed the type, which is a fancy way of saying "put everything away," while the design group cut and folded the sheets into buttonhole books.
In this shot, you can see the creases and the cut
which fold up to make this:
I'm going to miss this. Now, can I fit in another class?
Joannie Kervran Stangeland writes poetry and the Poe-query blog. Her new book, Into the Rumored Spring, was published by Ravenna Press. Joannie's also the author of two chapbooks--A Steady Longing for Flight (winner of the Floating Bridge Press Chapbook Award) and Weathered Steps (Rose Alley Press). Her poems have also appeared in The Midwest Quarterly, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and other publications.