welcoming two new micropresses

The Press Gang is organized by Cristiana Baik (AL) and Sara Wintz (NY) and is focused on publishing avant writers. I met Cristiana when I was living in Birmingham and I thought she was wonderful. With the resources for artists’ book printing available at UA I bet the production quality on these will be high. First out, a chapbook by Juliana Spahr.

P-QUEUE, Sarah Campbell’s magazine out of Buffalo, has published its first chapbook, The Plans Caution, a collaboration between Michelle Taransky and her father.


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4 Responses to welcoming two new micropresses

  1. matt says:

    Point of clarification: now Andrew Rippeon’s magazine & press. Sarah has passed the reins.

  2. Jessica Smith says:

    Aha. Who’s Andrew Rippeon?

  3. matt says:

    Second year grad student. Sarah mentored him this past year for the fourth issue of P-Queue. The book is the first in the series he is launching under the press imprint. He and Rich Owens have taken over the print shop from Michael & Kyle.

    Email him at: arippeon@BUFFALO.EDU

    We had a triple launch Friday night at the Polish Library. Much fun, well attended, I’m tired. Usual positive vibes.

    All best.

  4. Jessica Smith says:

    What’s with Michael and Kyle? When are they leaving? Buffalo’s not big enough for the 5 of us (I leave out the baby who is still an Innocent, though spawned from the Devil).

    I wished I was there this weekend (Eric will corroborate my desire)… congratulations on a successful launch!

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