Tag Archives: Bob Stein

Bookmarking Book Art – Amaranth Borsuk

Created for the November 2016 issue of The Bellingham Review, “Abra: The Kinetic Page” is a polymorphic tour de force – online prose poem, video, review of and homage to an installation at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, WA, in 2014 and a … Continue reading

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Undefining the book

“By accident of history, we have applied the same word to pop-up illustrations for children, lavish art and architecture hardcovers, compendiums of home cooking recipes, telephone directories, multi-volume encyclopaedias, historically significant works of literature and poetry, and fun and exciting … Continue reading

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Another bookmark for the Future of the Book: Bob Stein: “Build conversations around books”

See on Scoop.it – Books On Books Yesterday, Claire Kelly caught up with Travis Alber.  Today, Philip Jones of FutureBook, a digital blog from “The Bookseller,” caught up with Bob Stein.   Social reading serendipity? See on futurebook.net

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Bookmark this perspective on the future of the book

See on Scoop.it – Books On Books Travis Albers interviewed by Melville House’s Claire Kelly on social reading. Alongside Bob Stein (Institute for the Future of the Book), the founders of ReadMill and a handful of other “future-designers,” Albers and … Continue reading

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