“Bookmaking” — Interview with Amelia Anne Sorensen

How did your journey with conservation and bookmaking begin? Have you always been drawn to this? Nope. I did not know craft bookwork existed. Granted, I did have a short-lived college work-study job in the library where I bulk-bound periodicals into plastic binders. And my husband, Barry, had a job in the engineering library doing […]
Rachel Rueckert is the current editor in chief of the Exponent II Magazine. She is the author of EAST WINDS.

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Vol. 42 No. 1 — Summer 2022

This issue contains stories of people who were touched by a book at a poignant time in their life.

“The ‘Best’ Books” by Carol Ann Litster Young

A chance conversation at a family reunion saved me from a life of scrupulosity. I was thirteen or fourteen, an earnest middle school student,...

“Weaning” by Kristen Blair

A god that was a child is a difficult god to qualify. Of distance there is plenty little talk of the unsanitary and veiled who, after all, would...

“The Power of Stories: Reading WATERSHIP DOWN” by Cybèle Marie D’Ambrosio

People usually laugh when I reveal that my favorite book is Watership Down by Richard Adams. “Isn’t that the book about rabbits?” they ask, suppressing...
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