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Katie MacGregor and Walter Tisdale

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From a deep woods studio in Whiting, Maine, Katie MacGregor makes extraordinary handmade papers for restoration and conservation work. Walter Tisdale is an extraordinary fine press printer in Bangor, Maine. In an Oct 28, 2008 interview they speak about their own and their collaborative work. Katie says, Working alone is hard. Music is Dance of the Wolf by Hathead.

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Bernie Vinzani

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This is an Oct 27, 2008 tour of Bernie Vinzani’s office, typeshop, and papermill at the University of Maine at Machias. We backtrack to the original reasons that Vinzani pursued his path in papermaking and book arts. Intermingled music is Analove by Ivan Orr.

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Hedi Kyle

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Hedi Kyle taught a class Folding Up A Storm, or What Else Can We Fold? at PBI 2008. Her alternative book structures have attracted the attention of generations of book artists. For 30 years she was book conservator at the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia. She says, I really don’t believe that my work should be surviving hundreds and hundreds of years. Included is a tune by Justin Gordon High and Lonesome.

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Shanna Leino

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Shanna Leino taught Armenian Bookbinding and the love of historic bookbindings at PBI 2008, in an early morning conversation with Steve Miller about materials, tools, and Dear Ben Brown Eyes. The tune is River by Alexander Blu.

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Alice Austin

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Center City Philadelphia book arts Alice Austin says, In my books everything has to do with my life, but I don’t want it to be specific… gather the things that are inspiring to you around you. An interview with Steve Miller conducted May 24, 2008 at Paper and Book Intensive. Music is Fuzzy by all india radio.

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Dolph Smith

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A May 22, 2008 interview with Tennessee book artist Dolph Smith, by Steve Miller before breakfast at Paper and Book Intensive 2008. He speaks about glider flying, hot air balloons, Morse Code, and sculptural books. The music track is Noise by Dreamfresh.

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Laurie Corral

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Laurie Corral, director of Asheville BookWorks, talks about BookOpolis and looking through her mother’s and grandmother’s jewelry boxes in a May 20, 2008 interview with Steve Miller. The song Khalil is by Sara Alexander.

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Roberta Lavadour

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Roberta Lavadour is an Oregon book artist who loves outdated printing technologies. I think by moving objects around. We all have an obligation to make art. A May 21, 2008 interview with Steve Miller at Arrowmont School of Art and Crafts. The music is In Odio Circulus Sonus by Sonic Deviant.

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Tom Trusky

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As director of the Idaho Center for the Book and professor of English at Boise State University, Tom Trusky promotes book arts and book arts education in Idaho. The book as control and consolation, with a piece Metamorphosis by mr.tunes.

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