Monthly Archives: May 2014

Library Interventions: Kate Briggs

Individual Reading Records Vernon Street Library Leeds College of Art Thursday 8th May 2014, 9.30am – 12 noon A workshop run by writer, artist and translator, Kate Briggs, as part of an ongoing series of Library Interventions at Leeds College of Art. “How do books exist for their readers once they are no longer actively being […]

Briggs, K., 2011, Excercise in pathetic criticism. York: Information as Material

Exercise in Pathetic Criticism, the first in a planned series of literary experiments by Kate Briggs, is a one-page reconstruction of The Count of Monte Cristo according to the precepts of “pathetic criticism”. Kate Briggs is the translator of two volumes of How to Live Together: Novelistic Simulations of Some Everyday Spaces (Coste, C. ed., 2012. Columbia UP), […]

Books On Books

Bookmarking the Evolution of the Book / Curated by Robert Bolick

sebastiane hegarty

an audio visual notebook

Ensixteen Editions

Unlocking the cabinets

Drawing

~ notes from my studio ~ thoughts about drawing ~ books read ~ work seen ~ music heard ~ places explored ~ conversations with artists ~

Words and Pictures

By Lesley Guy

Boats for difficult times

our evolving relationship with boats

Painters on Paintings

A conversation between contemporary artists and their influences across time.

Urban travel tales

by Lisa Samloglou

The Typewriter Project

The Subconscious of the City

The Halt

Silt and shingle. Prose and poems by Brian Lewis

Grilled fish

Unlocking the cabinets

Indie Hero

Brian Marggraf, Author of Dream Brother: A Novel, Independent publishing advocate, New York City dweller