Well, I've only been back from the Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair for two weeks, but it already seems so long ago. Some highlights include: Jana Harper’s presentation, “From the Dérive to the Digital,” where she makes a connection between the pacing in walking and the pacing in the act of reading an artist book; the "Democratic Organization" show that invited conference attendees to vote for their favorite democratic multiple; and a lot of great exhibitors (some of my favorites: Crooked Letter Press, Impratical Labor Local 917, and masumiEducational.
It was a very energized space, with an interesting range of book works from fine press to zines. I was one of the lucky students there representing the UIowa Center for the Book, but I'm already planning on being at the next one in two years, representing Heroes and Criminals Press. You can see more of my photos here.
Also in the past two weeks, I was invited to be featured in Fallyrag, an e-zine focusing on art, illustration, design, creative writing, photography, music, film and more. You can see my paper zine, Moral Code, in issue XI.