R196. Why Can’t We Be Friends?: Book Arts in the Digital Age
Thursday, February 27, 2014
1:30 pm to 2:45 pm
Meryl DePasquale is the author of a chapbook, Dream of a Perfect Interface, and her poems have appeared recently in DIAGRAM, Handsome, and Interim. A member of the artist co-op at Minnesota Center for Book Arts, she collaborates with Shawn Hebrank on Four-Letter Press.
Anna Lena Phillips is editor of Ecotone and author of A Pocket Book of Forms, a letterpress-printed, travel-sized guide to poetic forms. Her other letterpress projects include Forces of Attention, a series of printed interventions. She teaches in the creative writing department at UNC Wilmington.
MC Hyland is the author of Neveragainland and the chapbooks Every Night In Magic City, Residential, As In, and, with Kate Lorenz and Friedrich Kerksieck, the hesitancies. She runs DoubleCross Press with Jeff Peterson, and she recently started work toward a PhD in English Literature at NYU.
Drew Burk is an editor and bookbinder for Spork Press. He continues to work on his next novel.
Guy Pettit is the executive director of Flying Object, an arts and publishing nonprofit in Western Massachusetts. He is an editor at Factory Hollow Press.