January 29, 2014 § 2 Comments
always good to have some sense of on my way, even if I’m standing still
after all stationary mulling, is certainly part of the proh!cess…
and so: (in no particular order, except there is an erratica deadline)
2 print poetry books; eve lott’s, freedom & lewis carroll’s, jabberwocky
gray matters, a multi-media (I think) book of poems and color palettes about gray and gray matter
not for me, a multi-media (possibly) book of poems about my buddy jc
mrs clark’s bread recipe, a 8 X 8 poem/broadside/poster/godknowswhat for erratica 3
finish the crow posters, (including setting text of one of don’s dying poems)
….edit house and home poems…..
January 27, 2014 § 2 Comments
by Iota Press & Co-op
at RiskPress Gallery
7345 Healdsburg Ave.
February 1 thru 23, 2014
Opening Reception 3-7 pm, Feb 1
Love Letter Writing 5-9 pm, Feb 6
SpeakEasy – Sounds in Print 2-4 pm, Feb 16
Printing demos every Friday afternoon
Gallery Hours: 11-7 Tue – Sun
An exhibition at RiskPress Gallery of letterpress works by Iota Co-op members:
- Megan A Arnold (Plays With Words Press)
- Serena Coltrane-Briscoe (Red Ink Press)
- Lyn Dillin
- Lucille Friesen (Ideal Cafe Editions)
- Judi Goldberg (here.say. press)
- Brooke Holve
- C.K.Itamura (Peach Farm Studio)
- Eric Johnson (Iota Press)
- Maia Kobabe (Red Gold Sparks)
- Tiana Krahn (Honeymoon Press)
- Tami Lovett
- Lin Max
- Katie Nealon (Folding Bones Press)
- Birgit Nielsen (Swan’s Nest Press)
- Micah Schwaberow
- Ash Weiss (Magical Ace).
January 4, 2014 § Leave a comment
1 a person’s name written in a distinctive way as a form of identification in authorizing a check or document or concluding a letter.
• the action of signing a document: the license was sent to the customer for signature.
• a distinctive pattern, product, or characteristic by which someone or something can be identified: the chef produced the pâté that was his signature | [ as modifier ] : his signature dish.
2 Music short for key signature or time signature.
3 Printing a letter or figure printed at the foot of one or more pages of each sheet of a book as a guide in binding.
• a printed sheet after being folded to form a group of pages.
4 the part of a medical prescription that gives instructions about the use of the medicine or drug prescribed.
ORIGIN mid 16th cent. from medieval Latin signatura ‘signature of a sovereign on an official document,’ from Latin signare ‘to sign, mark.’
January 3, 2014 § Leave a comment
my signature is in the work/s
with diligence and no disrespect, as if knowing the creed or the secret handshake of it, ahyes that’s part of it, he asks with a skilled deferential slight of voice, (read just enough excited expectation which unmet may produce a dash of disappointment) will you sign it and before I can help myself I say no, which isn’t the problem, it’s the dismissive as if I know something he doesn’t or versa vice the let’s get this over with because I’m in murky waters here that leaves me limpid.
it is (asif) scripted.
I come back to, it is redundant