Martin Venezky's Dynamic Book Design is Part Translation, Part Theater
"Just as a filmmaker must create a complete physicality that the words in the text rarely provide, so a designer can sometimes build a complete, fantastic world that moves the book well beyond the manuscript and image choice."
The Longest War
In a new book, Jonathan Waldman tracks the history of rust
Evan P. Schneider chats with Jonathan Waldman about Rust, mapping out a book project, and getting your ass in the chair.
An Open Letter from the Publisher of Nick Jaina's memoir, Get It While You Can
By Michael Heald
"You may be graceful on stage, Nick, but you were not graceful on the wet concrete of the Travelers Inn. You were folded in on yourself like a man who had dropped his glasses on the ground."
Late Night Library
Late Night Conversation: Elizabeth Lopeman and Mary Rechner
Propeller Books authors Elizabeth Lopeman (Trans Europe Express) and Mary Rechner (Nine Simple Patterns for Complicated Women) talk about the transformative potential of female characters, fashion as art, and paranoia as a form of story development before an audience at Broadway Books in Portland, Oregon.