Happy Monday, booklings! And happy birthday to me! (Is it okay to wish myself a happy birthday?) I’m 25 today, and I’m pretty excited to have survived an entire quarter century. I haven’t fallen off a cliff or gotten run over … Continue reading
On Sunday, I attended the seventh annual Buffalo Small Press Book Fair. For those of you who missed my post on Wednesday, the book fair is a glorious event put on by the Western New York Book Arts Center that brings together booksellers, authors, poets, artists, small presses, zinesters, and literary enthusiasts from around the region.
This was my second year attending, and I had been looking forward to this event for months. How happy I was when, in defiance of the weather forecast, Sunday dawned sunny and warm! Driving into Buffalo with the windows down and the sun streaming through the windshield was the best feeling. Entering the city always feels like coming home, and I can’t wait to move back in a few months! Continue reading
The weekend of April 6 through 7 will mark the seventh annual Buffalo Small Press Book Fair! Booksellers, small presses, authors, poets, artists, zinesters, and literary enthusiasts from around the region will gather in the beautiful and spacious Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum to browse, attend readings, and participate in workshops with the Western New York Book Arts Collective.
For the first time, the fair will be held over two days instead of one, which demonstrates what a huge success it has become! This year, there will be author readings Saturday and three workshops Sunday. I’m really excited to attend the Basic Book Structures workshop with Esther K. Smith to learn some basic bookmaking exercises! Continue reading
Yesterday I went to the sixth annual Buffalo Small Press Book Fair at the beautiful Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum. Held inside a beautiful, restored church complete with stained glass windows, the fair brought together small publishers, authors, poets, artists, zinesters, and enthusiasts of all of sorts! Hundreds of people filled the large space, milling through rows of tables set up for the vendors selling a plethora of book-related wares.