May 25, 2014 is the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision Griffin v County School Board of Prince Edward County, which provided a conclusion for the history I’ve been working on for The Unbound Project.
To commemorate the day, I am releasing a pdf version of Unbound. You can download the pdf here and read more about the letterpress version.
Read Professor Larissa Fergeson’s great op-ed about why this case matters: http://hamptonroads.com/2014/05/fergeson-case-opened-prince-edward-schools
Download a digital pdf of the book: Unbound
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Starting today, I will be documenting my residency work at Longwood University, taking place starting today through April, 2014. I’ll be living and working in Farmville (and sleeping in a modified dorm room) and commuting back to Tuscaloosa, AL for the first week of every month to facilitate Art Night at The Southern Letterpress. While I’m in Farmville, I will be printing for The Southern Letterpress, and working on two books projects. The Southern Letterpress will be open for a limited schedule while I am gone, and utilized as a workspace by a great roster of talented people, including Firebrand Press, Curly Head Press and Southern Pest Prints.
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