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Openings: Studies in Book Art

Openings: Studies in Book Art is a peer-reviewed online journal of the College Book Art Association (CBAA) that publishes critical, historical, and theoretical articles, reviews, and interviews about book art and its pedagogy. Contributions from diverse perspectives are welcome as are interdisciplinary and international explorations of the relationship of book art to the broader art world and to related fields such as poetry, graphic design, printmaking, digital media, and other textual and/or visual disciplines.

Although we are transitioning to an open access journal, currently the journal is only available to members of CBAA. 

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Vol 2, No 1 (2016)



Cover and Table of Contents

From the Editor

Inge Bruggeman


Textual Activity in the Artist's Book: Caren Florance

Framed By Thumbs: Reading Raymond Pettibon: Matt Runkle

Anais Nin: Diarist as Letterpress Printer: Emily Larned

What Shall We Want to Have Called a ‘Book’?: Sharon Helgason Gallagher


What We See When We Read: Jocelyn Webb Pedersen

The Thing The Book: A Monument to the Book as Object: Karen Carcia

ISSN: 2326-0157

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