Gathered sticks have been broken down to size and are now piled onto the loading dock in readiness for winter hearth fires for the press. Just in time to finish the Golgonooza broadside. Below: Kano, Gebo, Nauthiz, Uruz … opening, partnership, constraint, strength
Category Archives: Refounding Golgonooza
Meg (intern) and Julia just stacked 2 cords of wood with friend Brian Ireland. Heat in the near future, for Golgonooza.
My intern Meghan Graham and I rearranged artwork and repainted in the shop loo, putting all the printing ephemera and art into frames. Now everything has a new look.
GNOG Band, NYC Avant-Garde Festival What follows are excerpts from a series of weekly interviews by Jane Noyes with Julia Ferrari, from late 2013 thru July of 2014, about Ferrari’s current process of discovering and being open to change, while remembering the history and activities of the press. Audio tracks of GNOG: https://soundcloud.com/assabetstrings/sets/gnog Julia: [...]
What follows are excerpts from a series of weekly interviews by Jane Noyes with Julia Ferrari, from late 2013 thru July of 2014, about Ferrari’s current process of discovering and being open to change, while remembering the history and activities of the press. Ferrari: I wanted to ask you if you would consider engaging with [...]
Check out the New Hampshire Public a Radio interview this week … http://nhpr.org/post/archives-golgonooza-two-poets-share-passion-book-printing Where you can hear the 1989 interview, with Dan and me, and the direction of the press now, in the 2015 interview with me, Julia.
Great visit from Mason Miller, from Portsmouth, ME
Printing today and the inks that arrived were dropped by UPS which resulted in stuck lids from the ink everywhere in the box. Got out the pipe wrench… it is bigger than me. We (my intern Meghan Graham and I) are working on making a poster for an upcoming workshop (for the fall) which [...]
Last week I had two women visit me from Missouri and Arkansas, Katie Hazell, & Tina Casagrand. We talked about the printing related processes that happen here, including everything from design to letterpress printing, from cutting letters to bookbinding … but especially about what is near and dear to the heart, through it all.
My good friend B. Ireland noted that my display of Dan’s shirts, reflected the rainbow signs that were being put up to celebrate the Scotus decisions Friday, June 26th, relating to marriage equality. Dan voted in favor back in 2008 with his fellow Democrats and NH pulled into the limelight with the first Democratic majority [...]