Freedom of the Presses: Artists’ Books in the 21st Century


Freedom of the Presses is a textbook and a toolbox for using artists’ books and creative publications to further community engagement and social justice projects. The book aims to expand and enhance scholarship about creative book-making relevant to the diverse global community of librarians, publishers and readers. Freedom of the Presses features commentary and images from contemporary artists and scholars.

with essays by:

Kurt Allerslev :: Tia Blassingame :: Stephen Dupont :: Karen Eliot :: Bridget Elmer :: Fly :: Ganzeer :: Sarah Kirk Hanley :: Richard Lee :: Florencia San Martin :: Mobile Print Power :: Janelle Rebel :: Aaron Sinift :: Suzanne Taraba :: Deborah Ultan :: Marshall Weber :: Anton Wurth ::  Xu Bing

Booklyn trade publications seek to amplify the voices of emerging artists and organizations and/or to add substantive contributions to the general discourse on artists’ books.


FRIEND $35: One copy of the first edition printing of Freedom of the Presses.
SPONSOR $75: One copy of the book and your name or company name and contact information on the sponsor page.
PATRON $250: Four copies of the book and your name/company/organization, contact information and logo listed on the patron page.



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