there are a very few people who'd be able to do thematic Buk-books in a proper way. cire is definitely one. [...]
Ugliest covers ever.
I'm glad you can state this despite ... things ... between you both.[...] the integrity of the work, and I'm confident that Abel wouldn't compromise that.
that's why I've avoided to use the term 'scholar'.[...] college [...] academics [...]
The new books have been pushed back. Not my call, obviously. The first ones will come out in 2015. If everything goes according to plan, the first collection will be on writing. Good news is, the book on writing will have previously unpublished correspondence only.Can't say much at this point, but the books are happening. The first one, which is already done, should be out sometime this year.
A collection of both published and unpublished poems, correspondence and prose should come out shortly after the first collection of unpublished correspondence. Here's hoping.While I was hoping for a collection of poems, I much prefer the concept of unpublished correspondence about writing to that of poems about writing.
I love the books of correspondence.While I was hoping for a collection of poems, I much prefer the concept of unpublished correspondence about writing to that of poems about writing.
The result of printing them on shit paper.They're more bendable than the Black Sparrow editions.
My thoughts exactly. I know BSP books are printed on a better paper but I like the books to be easy to handle & read. I have only one paperback BSP edition of Reach for the Sun and it looks great but it's so stiff and (was) hard to open and underline (I like to underline the great parts with pencil). Ecco books paper is thinner and of poorer quality but they're much easier to handle (and underline) while reading and I buy books to read in the first place.As to Ecco, ... I like the feel of the books. I reach for them over the Black Sparrow versions. They're more bendable than the Black Sparrow editions.