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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 7
SubjectArtists' books
Bookbinding -- Repairing
Books -- Conservation and restoration
Paper -- Preservation
DescriptionCuban Book Arts Collaborations By Steven Daiber
[Una versión en español de este artículo aparece a partir. Las imágenes de la versión en Inglés tienen subtítulos en Inglés y Español] Colaboración Cubana en el Libro de las Artes por Daiber Steven

Capturing the Quotidian: Book Arists Explore New Tools by Miriam Schaer

Evening Conversations of the Booklover Rubricius and the Printer Tympanus by Oldrich Menhart

The New Oriental Binding Structure described by Monique Lallier and Pamela Barrios

Eyes Wide Open and Fingers Crossed: Production and Distribution Problems with Large-Editioned Artists' Books by Phil Zimmermann

Tomorrow's Past by Charles Gledhill

A Non-Adhesive Externally-Sewn Binding Solution to a 14th Century Vellum Manuscript by Scott Kellar

Focus On Artists' Books V: Artspace Mackay by Doug Spowart

Reading by Space and Time in Building by the Book by Mary Tasillo

Open Book: An International Survey of Experimental Books by Grant Mandarino

Bonefolder Bind-O-Rama 2010:The Thread That Binds

Book Reviews

Baker, Cathleen A. . From the Hand to the Machine. Nineteenth-century American paper and mediums: technologies, materials and conservation. Review by Jeffrey S. Peachey

Carlisle, Kate Homicide in Hardcover, If Books Could Kill, and The Lies That Bind. Review by Marieka Kaye

Etherington, Don. Bookbinding & Conservation: A Sixty-year Odyssey of Art and Craft. Review by Peter D. Verheyen

PublisherPeter D. Verheyen
AuthorDaiber, Steven
Schaer, Miriam
Menhart, Oldrich
Lallier, Monique
Barrios, Pamela
Zimmermann, Phil
Gledhill, Charles
Kellar, Scott
Spowart, Doug
Tasillo, Mary
Mandarino, Grant
Peachey, Jeffrey S.
Kaye, Marieka
Verheyen, Peter D.
Summon Content TypeeJournal
Format14,277,097 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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