Saturday, August 09, 2008

Window reading

Auckland's Parson's Bookshop marked national poetry week by filling its windows with books and chapbooks of verse produced by small presses. I have a somewhat utilitarian approach to books - I'm interested in getting to the contents, and tend to forget about little things like cover design, page layout, illustrations, font choice, and so on - but I was impressed by the artistry on display in the windows of Parson's.

Regular readers of this blog might remember my post about Jack Ross' Papyri: the chapbook was launched by Soapbox Press last year, on a boozy night that almost ended in the evaporation of Richard Taylor.





1 Comments:

Anonymous buy Cialis said...

Well many people don't even like to read, but me well I like to read any window every advice when I'm walking on downtown I read everything and I watch all the people from head to foot I don't know why and sometimes people look at me weird like if I were an emmo, metal, punk, rober, mafious haah xD!

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