Martin Buber (1878–1965), the Austrian-born Israeli Jewish philosopher best known for his existential philosophy of dialogue, was also a poet. Typeset in Gerard Unger’s Swift with art by Courtney Cook, “Power and Love” was printed letterpress in two colors on Crane’s Lettra 100% cotton paper measuring eleven and a half by seventeen and a […]
Last year I made the weirdest book I’ve ever made. Not weird-weird, but simply a massive amount of work for what amounted to just two copies, so I’m sure more people will read about this book here than ever actually see it. The book I’m referring to is Will Sheff’s (of Okkervil River) selected writings, I […]
Thanks to Paul Mazier for interviewing me for Artcritical.
Bill Berkson (August 30, 1939 – June 16, 2016) reading on May 7, 2016 at Nate Ethier’s Speak About the Ocean solo exhibition in New York City. Ted Greenwald (December 19, 1942 – June 17, 2016) and me in Ted’s apartment on May 7th, 2016. Bill Berkson and Ted Greenwald were best of […]
Check out this article about Cuneiform Press’ new series devoted to writing about music by musicians at Pop Press International.
Cuneiform Press and Ohio Edit are pleased to announce the publication of Jon-Michael Frank’s How’s Everything Going Not Good I feel therefore I die. I think therefore I suck. Somehow I was born in this book. — Sommer Browning Jon-Michael Frank’s twisted take on life will make you laugh, then cry, then do […]
Check out this glorious new review of Jim Dine’s Poems to Work On (Cuneiform Press, 2015) by Michael Heller up at art critical: an online magazine of art and ideas, here. And while you’re there, Paul Mazier wrote a glowing review of The Art of Collaboration: Poets, Artists, Books (Cuneiform, 2015), which you can find here.
Cuneiform Press and Granary Books are pleased to announce: Threads Talk Series edited by Steve Clay and Kyle Schlesinger Threads, a series of talks devoted to the art of the book, includes poets, scholars, artists, and publishers. It explores and enriches relationships between various strands of book culture that are often approached in isolation—poetry and writing, […]
Two new reviews of Cuneiform Press titles have hit the street: Jim Feast reviews Jim Dine’s Poems to Work On: The Collected Poems of Jim Dine in Otter Magazine: Jim-Feast-Review Dennis Tenen reviews Johanna Drucker’s What Is? Nine Epistemological Essays in Design and Culture: What Is Nine Epistemological Essays Copies of both titles are available direct […]
Please join me at the Austin Book Arts Center on Saturday for a 1-day DIY Workshop! Have you ever dreamed of starting your own zine? Publishing a cookbook or chapbook? How about that novel you’ve been working on? Want to get political? We got you covered with practical approaches to making: comics, t-shirts, rock posters, […]