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Shawn Sheehy

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Chicago book artist Shawn Sheehy talks about the idea of the Sixth Extinction in this May 24, 2009 interview with Steve Miller at Paper and Book Intensive in Michigan. Music is Baja Taxi by Brain Buckit.

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Paul Denhoed

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Canadian-born Paul Denhoed has lived in Japan and worked in Oguni as a papermaker for the past seven years. How is snow sometimes used in Japanese papermaking? Music is Flood of Positive Feeling by Alexandre Falcao.

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Audrey Niffenegger

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Audrey Niffenegger is a Chicago visual artist, letterpress printer, PBI instructor, and New York Times bestselling author. In this interview with Steve Miller she talks about typography as a voice. Music is Carlsbad by Aaron Acosta.

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Jerry Marciniak

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Origami Intersections taught by Chicago artist Jerry Marciniak at paper and Book Intensive held at OxBow outside Saugatuck, Michigan in May 2009. Origami goes back to the invention of paper. Music is Sounds of the Dawn by Alexandre Falcao.

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Nancy Morains

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A May 23, 2009 conversation with Nancy Morians, paper marbler, teacher, and proprietor of Colophon Book Arts Supply of Lacey, Washington, held at Paper and Book Intensive 2009. Music is from Can You Feel It by Ivan Orr.

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Barbara Mauriello

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Steve Miller interviews bookbinder, painter, and teacher Barbara Mauriello during Paper and Book Intensive 2009 at OxBow in Michigan. The music is from Moon Murmurs by Aaron English.

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John Cutrone and Seth Thompson

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A Jan 10, 2009 interview with John Cutrone and Seth Thompson of Convivio bookworks in Lake Worth, Florida, talk about a new book by Madam X, and their work at Florida Atlantic University and the Jaffe Center for Book Arts. Music is Warm by all india radio.

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Denise Bookwalter

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Denise Bookwalter teaches printmaking at Florida State University where she is involved with founding the Small Craft Advisory Press and is filled with hopes, dreams, and plans in this January 9, 2009 interview. Sounds of the Dawn is by Alexandre Falcoa.

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Timothy Barrett

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Over a greasy spoon breakfast on January 10, 2009 Tim Barrett, Director of the Oakdale Paper Facility at University of Iowa Center for the Book discusses analysis of 1500 book papers made between the 14th and the 18th centuries. Is gelatin the missing secret ingredient in incunabula papers? The song is Everything by Nijole Sparkis.

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Charles Hobson

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In this January 8, 2009 interview with Charles Hobson, he speaks about his new book ANCIENT MARINER by Roger Angel, Google Earth, Chronicle Books, landing patterns, and RICEBOY SLEEPS. Prepare to be entranced with new music entitled HAPPINESS by Jón Thor Birgisson and Alex Somers who gave us this piece from their upcoming album to use here.

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