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PUBLISHING FORUM: reading group.

3 Oct 2012

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Starts at 7pm

Banner Repeater

London, United Kingdom

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  • Buses: 56 and 30 stop outside, 106,38,55,242,243,176,48 stop 1 min round corner on Amhurst road
  • National Express from Liverpool street to Hackney Downs, Hackney Central is a quick 2 min walk round the corner

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PUBLISHING FORUM: reading group. Meeting Wednesday evening 7-9pm every two weeks. New joint reading group with Banner Repeater, X Marks the Bökship, and Arnaud Desjardin from Everday Press, with a specific focus on publishing. next meeting: 3rd October at X Marks the Bökship, Continuing with our enquiry into publishing, past, present and future, the next reading group meeting will be held at X Marks the Bökship and all are welcome to join us - we will be further discussing the whole of the book: The Electric Information Age Book. McLuhan / Agel / Fiore and the Experimental Paperback by Jeffrey T. Schnapp, Adam Michaels. Inventory Books, Princeton Architectural Press ISBN 978-1-61689-034-6 17th October meeting at Banner Repeater. The Binder and the Server The Binder and the Server is the outcome of several group discussions among Triple Canopy editors, and was written by senior editor Colby Chamberlain, designed by Franklin Vandiver original artwork by Josh Kline and Dan Torop or Invalid Format: An Anthology of Triple Canopy, Volume 1 31st October meeting at X Marks the Bökship. Words to be Looked At. Language in 1960's Art. Liz Kotz. MIT Press. 14th November meeting at Banner Repeater. Words to be Looked At. Language in 1960's Art. Liz Kotz. MIT Press. 28th November meeting at X Marks the Bökship. Graphic Design: History in the Writing, Graphic Design: History in the Writing (1983—2011) Edited by Catherine de Smet and Sara De Bondt, published by Occasional Papers. or Notes from the Cosmic Typewriter, Edited by Nicola Simpson, The first ever monograph devoted to the Benedictine monk, theologian, and concrete poet Dom Sylvester Houédard (1924—92), edited by Nicola Simpson. 12th December meeting at Banner Repeater. The Fox, Art and Language journal. The group will decide what to read next so please join the Facebook group: Publishing Forum: reading group at this link: http://www.facebook.com/groups/202464053220727/ and/or the Banner Repeater and X Marks the Bökship mailing list to be kept up to date with further reading material.

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