There’s a wonderful review of The Art of Collaboration entitled “Working Together: A New Book on Words and Art” by Paul Mazier on ArtCritical.
Forthcoming titles from Cuneiform Press include Jon-Michael Franks’s How’s Everything Going? Not Good (co-published with Ohio Edit); Thread Talks (co-published with Granary Books); and a yet-to-be-titled book about The Kitchen by Rhys Chatham. Stay tuned!
My new collaboration with Deborah Poe is now available from Great Fainting Spells! Copies are available here for just nine bucks. We read together in Austin on Tuesday November 24th for the Fun Party Reading Series. Hope to see y’all there!
Want to print your own poetry broadside on a letterpress? Here’s your opportunity! Register for my weekend workshop at the brand new Austin Book Arts Center October 3-4,2015. There class is limited to six students, so you’ll get plenty of hands-on instruction. Register here.
Howdy folks! Jen Tynes of Horse Less Press was kind enough to sit down with me and Deborah Poe to ask a handful of intriguing questions about our collaboration, Keep the Change, forthcoming from Great Fainting Spells this fall. Check it out here. Much obliged! Kyle
To celebrate the Cuneiform@15 exhibition at Marfa Book Company we’ve produced three new broadsides. Each of the twenty-six signed copies in this variegated multiple edition is a unique print on Crane’s Lettra 100% cotton paper measuring eighteen by twelve inches. Shipped flat or rolled at your request, these prints are only available at […]
Teaching at the Harry Smith Printshop at Naropa University during week 3 of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics was a dream come true. In this course, part of the Rhizome Activist theme, we created broadsides using experimental techniques, including pressure printing, reverse pressure printing, masking, stamping, calligraphy, woodblocks, masking tape, collage, and […]
Profile: Kyle Schlesinger of Cuneiform Press by Andrew Miller
Marfa Book Company is hosting Cuneiform @15, a rotating 3-month re-presentation of books, broadsides, manuscripts, and ephemera. It’s a beautiful town, full of art, heart, and history. I couldn’t imagine a more ideal setting. My thanks to Tim and Caitlin and the crew who made this happen. KS
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