A nice little piece by Susannah Black about the Crumpled Press, publisher of the Staten Island book. ”Trading efficiency for loveliness.”
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On Saturday December 4th the Crumpled Press will be celebrating its first five years with a party at Cabinet Magazine’s space in Brooklyn. Tony Grafton will be talking, I’ll be reading, and Regina Granne will be exhibiting. Polymath D. Graham Burnett will be moderating. There will be music by the Matt Panayides group. There will [...]
How the Crumpled Press goes about its business – “combining modern technology with the pleasures of an archaic mode of production” – from the Princeton Alumni Weekly.
You can pre-order the Staten Island book now. I am excited by it; it looks to be a thing of beauty. The illustrations by Lesley Chen are extraordinary. I’m told I’ve pre-sold three copies, thereby exceeding all expectations. Selling books reminds me of Thoreau’s printing of a thousand copies of his first book – which [...]