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Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.
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TitleBonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.
VolumeVolume 6 number 1
SubjectArtists' books
Bookbinding -- Repairing
Books -- Conservation and restoration
Paper -- Preservation
DescriptionThe Thread That Binds: Interviews with private practice bookbinders by Pamela Train Leutz

Sharing Something Beautiful for Free: Reflections on a public arts project by Regula Russelle

Follow-ed by Tom Sowden

Book — Type — Machine by Craig Saper

Successfully Creating a Single-section Pamphlet German Case Binding by Barbara Tetenbaum

Surface Gilding by James Reid-Cunningham

In Memoriam David P. Bourbeau by Barbara B. Blumenthal and Henry Lyman

The Hybrid Book: Intersection and Intermedia – A report by Alisa Fox, Dorothy Krause, and Shawn Simmons

Book Arts Education in Transition – A conversation between Steve Miller and Shawn K. Simmons.

Freestyle Books – A review by Doug Spowart

Text/Messages: Books by Artists – A review by Karen Wirth

Book + Art: Handcrafting Artists' Books – A review by John Cutrone

Ed Hutchin's Book Dynamics! – A review by Miriam Schaer

Bind-O-Rama 2009
PublisherPeter D. Verheyen
AuthorLeutz, Pamela Train
Russelle, Regula
Sowden, Tom
Saper, Craig
Tetenbaum, Barbara
Reid-Cunningham, James
Blumenthal, Barbara B.
Lyman, Henry
Fox, Alisa
Krause, Dorothy
Simmons, Shawn K.
Spowart, Doug
Wirth, Karen
Cutrone, John
Schaer, Miriam
Summon Content TypeeJournal
Format9,785,361 bytes
RightsThe Bonefolder, an outgrowth of the Book Arts Web, is a peer-reviewed "open-access" e-journal for bookbinding and the book arts, and is published by Peter D. Verheyen under a Creative Commons "Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works" license. Full information on The Bonefolder can be found at It is archived as part of the LOCKSS Humanities Project, by Syracuse University Library, with additional access provided via the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
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