“A Line” from Incline Press

Incline Press recently published A Line by Suyeon Kim. The details: In keeping with the linear nature of the story, we chose to treat the prints as a continuous illustration, each page turning into the next. To show the changing patterns of light throughout the day,...

FPBA members exhibit their works at the Bath Literature Festival

A number of FPBA members will be showing their artists’ books, calligraphy, and prints during the Bath Literature Festival at the Gallery in Chapel Row, Bath from February 13 to March 2, 2010. The list of exhibitors includes Susan Allix, Olivia Clifton-Bligh, Gwasg...

New Blake Book from Incline Press

New from Incline Press is Walking Round Cambridge with William Blake:Auguries of Innocence illustrated by Rose Harries. The Incline Press folks write: “Rose Harries was a stranger to Blake’s couplets until last year when she spent some time with them,...

“Hung out to dry”

Incline Press has recently published another celebration of the broadsheet and other ephemera: Hung out to Dry A typographic extravaganza 83 pages, 14 x 10 inches, the book has a cloth spine and marbled paper over boards, and is housed in a cloth-covered slipcase....

Three Truly New Books from Incline Press

Contrary to my last post, these items truly are recent (or soon to come) productions from Incline Press: The first is a retelling of Aesop’s fable of The Miller, His Son & Their Ass, which unfortunately doesn’t have a website and, more unfortunately,...