Cuneiform Press is pleased to announce Jamaica Cole’s The Endlessly Forking Snake Tongue, due out on May 1st. To celebrate, a limited number of signed copies will be available direct from the press during the month of April. Click here. A drumstick, a heart-shaped box, an allusive tattoo, ‘I am only borrowing these fragments of you.’ The […]
uh by Ernie Stomach was first published in 1971 by Genesis : Grasp Press in New York. Stomach’s aim was a version of the Roman alphabet in which the glyphs correspond in their differentiations to lower-case block-lettered forms, but stripped to the naked elliptical minimum so that they would be not only sexy, but hard […]
Looking back, 2018 was a quiet year for Cuneiform in terms of production, but we’ve been working hard behind the scenes and the future looks bright! In 2019, we will publish books by Anne Waldman, Richard Hell, Thurston Moore, Philip Trussell, Jamaica Cole, Moondog, Alan Bernheimer, Lisa Rogal, and Rhys Chatham, and we need your […]
Cuneiform Press will be exhibiting books and prints at Here to Stay: An Artist Book Fair Nov 2nd | 5 pm – 9 pm | Opening reception with DJ FOOLISH THINGS Nov 3rd | 11 am – 5 pm | Exhibition […]
Alison Fraser’s essay on Helen Adam’s Collages, recently published by Cuneiform Press and Further Other Book Work, is live on the Poetry Society of America website. Order a copy here.
Political Public Poster Pedagogy comes to Floria! A People’s Curriculum for the United States is now on display at Ringling College of Art & Design in Sarasota, Florida as part of the Peace Paper Project exhibition. Please check it out if you’re in the area! This portfolio was produced in celebration of the first People’s […]
FREE LSD (2017) Edition of 30. 11 x 14″ Drew Matott & Kyle Schlesinger Free LSD is a collaboration between Peace Paper Projects and Cuneiform Press. The artists shredded and pulped American military uniforms to make thirty unique sheets of handmade paper. The wood type, from the renown Rob Roy Kelly Collection, was set […]
True Story is a collaboration between painter-poet Philip Trussell and poet-printer Kyle Schlesinger. Each copy will be graced with a unique illustration. Printed on 100% cotton Lettra from Cranes. Edition of 100, signed and numbered by the artists. Twelve by eighteen inches. $50.
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 […]