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IONTW – February 19, 2017

Day of Remembrance – 75th anniversary of issuance of Executive Order 9066. So. Much. Water. At peak, Oroville dam was releasing 100,000 CFS down the spillway to try to reduce the reservoir level. That works out to 64,627 MGD. If … Continue reading

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NBLA Open House

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IONTW – December 4, 2016

It’s National Cookie Day! Mark your calendars – next Sunday, December 11, Open House at North Bay Letterpress Arts. Too late for Thanksgiving this year, but you can start planning for next year’s surrealist Thanksgiving. And it’s never too late … Continue reading

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eIV nameplate

Tiana set the title and colophon, but we’re to print our own, since it’s free choice on the binding. Eric has printed some of each, and has some extras he says are up for grabs, which I did take one … Continue reading

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go with the flow

the printing on the shop-wide pass-it-on piece had finished up, but then the pages just sat there for a while – needing something not quite known which turned out to be waxing, which there’s been a spate of around here, … Continue reading

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IONTW – October 23, 2016

TODAY, October 23! Book talk at North Bay Letterpress Arts. Alastair Johnston will discuss his book Dreaming on the Edge: Poets and Book Artists in California, which documents 150 years of the book arts in California. Next Saturday, October 29, … Continue reading

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Bookmaking Workshop with Lisa Rappoport – continued

After introductions all ’round, Lisa talked about the book form we were going to use, gave a typesetting primer and then we had at it. There was the choosing type faces, and a bit of initial scramble finding cuts, and … Continue reading

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