This book was printed in the summer of 2001 while finishing an apprenticeship with Chris Stern and Jules Remedios Faye. The three poems appear on a single tri-folded leaf in Bodoni type. The paper is Somerset Book and the cover paper is gray Fabriano Ingres. Each book is numbered and signed by Oregon Book Award winning poet Clemens Starck.

6" x 9.75" / edition of 150 books

$12 per book plus $3 for shipping

 

Printed in 2001, this book is the first collection of poems by the 2003 Bakeless Prize winner. Fifteen poems were printed in Caslon type on Zerkall Book paper. The cover is Teton paper wrapped in Rives BFK. Each book is numbered and signed by Jennifer Grotz.

7.5" x 10" / edition of 150 books

$20 per book plus $3 for shipping

This collection of six poems was printed in 2002 while studying at the Alembic Press in Oxfordshire, England. The poems were printed in Bembo type on Zerkall Book paper. The cover is wrapped in blue Fabriano Ingres. Each numbered book is signed by the poet.

6.25" x 7.75" / edition of 50 books

(sold out)

Printed at The University of Alabama in the winter of 2002. The United Nations Declaration on the Protection of All Persons from Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment was printed in Dante type on Rives Heavyweight paper. The book is bound into light blue Magnani Pescia paper and wrapped in Zerkall Ingres. Printed for the members of the Amnesty International Group at The University of Alabama.

6.25" x 9" / edition of 20 books

(sold out)

A traditional Japanese folktale translated by Andrew Lang and featuring a few lovely illustrations by Oregon artist Carson Ellis. The book is printed from plates in Berkley type on Somerset Book paper. The cover is silver-gray Hahnemühle Bugra paper.

5" x 6.25" / edition of 75 books

(sold out)

This poem comes from Hirshfield's book, The Lives of the Heart. This book features a woodcut by Californian printer Jennifer Sturgill. Printed on Magnani Handmade paper in Spectrum type. Bound into boards and covered with paste papers made especially for this edition by Louise L. Foster. Each numbered book is signed by Hirshfield and Sturgill.

9.75" x 13.25" / edition of 75 books

(not for sale)