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1. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.Volume 1 number 12004Bookbinding Education in North America, Appendix by Jeffrey Altepeter

The Study of Bookbinding by Pamela Barrios

Bookbinding Education in North America by Jeffrey Altepeter

The Transcendental Drum Leaf by Timothy Ely

Conservation and Tools: An Inquiry into Nature and Meaning by Jeff Peachy

A Traveling Punching Jig by Donia Conn

Spring[binding] Hath Sprung: A Bind-O-Rama celebrating a distinctive technique by Peter Verheyen and Donia Conn

2. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.Volume 1 number 22005Critical Issues / Exemplary Works by Johanna Drucker

The Book Arts Program at the J. Willard Marriott Library by Madelyn Garrett

Tunnel Book: A Theatrical Structure by Rand Huebsch

The Edelpappband, or by Peter Verheyen

Faith – Family – Country: A modern family heirloom by William Minter

The Practical Bench by Roberta Lavadour

Books04: Works of Imagination by Linda Carroli

3. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.Volume 2 number 12005Reading by Hand – the haptic evaluation of artists’ books by Gary Frost

Diagramming the Book Arts by Johnny Carrera

Beyond Velveeta by Johanna Drucker

All Shook Up: Interplay of image and text in the flag book structure by Karen Hanmer

Molded Paper Spine by Donia Conn

The Mystery of the Wire Loop: A query for investigation by Eric Alstrom

Tying up with Velcro by William Minter

Practical Press by Charles Schermerhorn

Terra Australis: The artist’s book as philosophical approach to the world by Tommaso Durante

Edelpappband / Millimeter Binding Bind-O-Rama by Peter Verheyen

William Anthony Fine Binder by Peter Verheyen

4. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.Volume 3 number 12006The Story in the Cards: Intimacy, Empathy and Reader Response by Kristin Baum

Aesthetics of Book Conservation by Gary Frost

The Preservation of Torah Scrolls by Daniel D. Stuhlman

Papermaking at Wake Robin by Velma Bolyard

Noosa Books.05 – Works of Imagination by Linda Douglas

Recessing a Cover Label by William Minter

The Flagbook Bind-O-Rama by Peter Verheyen

5. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.Volume 4 number 12007Sylvæ: an Adventure in Fine Printmaking by Gaylord Schanilec

Collecting Artists’ Books: One Librarian’s Path from Angst to Enlightenment by Ruth Rogers

The Failure of Fine Printing by Michael Russem

Book Arts at Boise State University by Tom Trusky

Creating the Future: Reflections on Outreach Programs for At-Risk Students by Mary M. Ashton

Creating a Facsimile Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle by Selim Nahas

A Method for Reblocking Modern Books by Pamela Barrios

Guild of Book Workers 100th Anniversary Exhibition Catalog Bind-O-Rama by Peter Verheyen

A Review of the Book of Origins: A Survey of American Fine Binding Exhibition by Terrie L. Wilson

6. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.Volume 5 number 12008Limp bindings from Tallinn by Monica Langwe Berg

An Overview of Fibers, Yarns, and Textiles for the Book Artist by Amanda Thompson and Anna Embree

Thinking by the Book by Wendy Strauch-Nelson

Colours of Persia: The Making of a Book by Susan Allix

The Simplified Binding Examined by Laura Wait

Big Books: Constructing a Four Foot Springback by Charlene Matthews

Modified for Re-use: Broken Ledger Bindings become Ledger Enclosures by Karen Jones

2008 Bind-O-Rama by Peter Verheyen

David Pearson. English Bookbinding Styles 1450-1800 by Chela Metzger

A Companion to the History of the Book by Donia Conn

The Changing Book: Transitions in Design, Production, and Preservation by Peter Verheyen

7. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist. Bonefolder - an e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist.Volume 72011Cuban 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


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