Friday, March 01, 2013
Interview about my serif of nottingham editions micropress
rob mclennan wrote a profile and interviewed me about my serif of nottingham editions micro-press (which has been going for almost 30 years!) for OpenBookToronto.com.
Is the press bigger than a breadbox? Can a breadbox be fit through a laser printer and stapled? Does it have a witty colophon?
But I do wax colophonic about how such a nano-scaled publishing project can have larger implications and how something so simple can be more complex.
And I do discuss prostitution and the selling of poetry chapbooks in Toronto.
Posted by gary barwin at 10:04 AM