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Nearly simultaneous with the debut of our soon-to-be released fifteenth issue is the opening of the Handmade/Homemade exhibition at Pace University, which DB contributing editor Deborah Poe is again curating, and which “includes handmade, homemade and letterpress chapbooks, one-of-a-kind editions, and broadsides.” (http://handhomemade.wordpress.com/)


Poe has also organized a “Handmade/Homemade” folio for this upcoming issue of the magazine, where you will find a wonderful selection of unique and innovative pieces.


There are two special events associated with the exhibition that our readers may find of particular interest:

–Pace University Opening/Reading, Thursday March 22nd from 12:20PM-1:20PM
A reading and opening take place Tuesday, 22nd at 12:20PM. Readers include Bushra Rehman, Jill Magi, and others to be announced. The reading takes place in Gottesman Room of Kessel Student Center.

–Pace University Bookmaking Workshop/Demonstration, Thursday March 22nd, from 4:30PM-6PM
Artist, writer, and educator Jill Magi provides a bookmaking workshop Thursday, March 22nd at 4:30PM in Mortola Library’s Birnbaum Room.


But even if you aren’t free on the 22nd, please come out and experience this wonderful collection — and keep an eye out for the launch of our next issue, complete with the Handmade/Homemade folio!


More details about the exhibition, provided by the organizers, can be found below:

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