May 1999 | Number 3 | Dennis Hall, Editor

Fine presses in the next millennium
The margins are no bad place to be, John Kristensen
Typesetting on a winter's afternoon, Stan Nelson
Esoteric craft? - forget it, Vance Gerry
Whither private printing? David Chambers
Counterblast to the monstrous march of megabytes, Simon Lawrence
Books & bytes: truth, information and the private press, Crispin Elsted
Bias and bigotry, Dennis Hall
Grant aid for the private press?, Simon Lawrence

Problems & Presses
Mr Moser climbs his Everest, Doug Kessler
The Basement Press, Peter Gauld
Incline Press, Tony Dowd
The American Type Founders Bankruptcy Auction, Cynthia Hollandsworth
Edition printing on the cylinder proof press, Gerald Lange
An ink analysis, Part II, Stephen Heaver Jr
Metal typesetting by Gloucester Typesetting Services, John Grice
Bar none: reflections on an envelope, Alan Tucker
Valenti Angelo: 1897-1982, Adela S Roatcap
Collecting alphabet books, David Blamires
Christmas and New Year books and cards, Dennis Hall

Books reviewed
Dard Hunter & Son, Sidney E Berger
Zebra Noise, Simon Brett
The wood-engravings of Frank Martin, John Randle
Eric Fraser, designer and illustrator, Jon Mayo
'Inwards where all the battle is . . .', Allan Freer
Candide, or optimism, John Byrne
Four views of Kealakekua Bay, Jon Mayo
The Phoenix, Tony Dowd
Pryderi, Rigby Graham
Sagittarius rising, Dennis Hall
Three poems, Nicolas McDowall
An English eye, Garrick Palmer
Omega cuts, Peter Tucker