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Ordinary Time: a poet’s calendar

In Ordinary Time: A Poet’s Calendar, the authors present thirty-six poems written in celebration of the seasons as experienced in the American Midwest. Each poet offers a personal vision of dwelling in time and space, with the six voices evolving and expanding as the poems trace the calendar year.

This book is the third book of poems by the Grandview Hotel Poets, a group of writers who meet regularly to discuss poetry in Peoria, Illinois. Authors are: Jannett Highfill, Elizabeth Klise, Mark Liebenow, Janeil Page, Thomas Palakeel, and Burt Raabe.

Size 5.5 x 8 inches.

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Directions Home

Directions Home is a collection of poems inspired by the names of specific streets, roads, avenues, lanes, and highways found in one Midwestern town. Within its custom die-cut folder, the poems are printed in a variety of formats including beer coasters, maps, star charts, letters and travel booklets, all alluding to finding one’s directions home The items are entirely letterpress printed on a variety of types paper and printing techniques. .Poems by Barbara Clevenger, Jannett Highfill, Mark Liebenow, Janeil Page, Thomas Palakeel, Burt Raabe, and Elizabeth Klise von ZerneckDesign by Sharon Conlee, Joe Fitzanko, Becky Krohe, Kevin McGuire, Lisa Nelson Raabe, and Robert Rowe, design coordinator.  Size: 8×10 inches  All work don by hand by the authors and the designers in an edition of 200 copies. Deluxe Edition, signed by authors and in a hardcover custom-made clam-shell box. For more images of this book

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a little time (book)

Bread and beer come together in this tender little book. A warm autumn afternoon is a perfect opportunity to reflect on the fundamentals of existence: earth, time, light, bread, celebration, and ultimately death and decay. They all come together in this concise, cheerful book that is both reflection and step by step recipe — in this case, for a delicious whole wheat bread made with beer. In many ways, it is really a recipe for how to live.

This hand-bound book is 4.5 x 7 inches, 24 pages, black and white laser-printed, drumleaf binding with a brown cloth spine. One left in stock.

 

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Inferno (book)

Limited edition artist’s book, 4.5 x 6 inches, Letterpress, 10 pages, top-bound (like a matchbook). Cover closes snaps closed with magnet. Original text. Deluxe edition comes with slip-cased box with red-leather lining. Edition of Seven signed copies. 2009blue

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book: Great Day for a Run

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A limited edition letterpress book with accounts of the experiences of a dedicated (well, obsessive) runner. Through all kinds of weather, Kevin McGuire has a blast!. The book was a writing, design and printing collaboration of the “Printer’s Rowe Group,” a community-based group of letterpress enthusiasts in the Peoria area. Designed by art director Becky Krohe, written by Kevin McGuire with the production overseen by Robert Rowe. Unique binding using a shoe-lace along the spine. Free shipping in the US.  Summer sale; was $90, now $60.

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A book of poems by Laura Madeline Wiseman, copyright 2012, designed, printed, and hand bound by students in the the Book Arts program at Bradley University Department of Art, under the direction of Professor Robert Rowe; published by the Gold Quoin Press, in a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered copies. The edition was printed on a Vandercook SP-15 and Universal One press, 40 copies on Mohawk Superfine and 60 on Somerset Book Wove paper. The cycle of poems follows the life and career of 19th century Illinois suffragist activist and traveling lecturer Matilda Fletcher. Books are available at Goldquoinpress.com for $75. (more images of this book).
9 1/8 x 6 1/8 inches; 36 pages, hardcover.

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