This week in the INDY, I wrote about Ross White, the publisher of poetry chapbook press Bull City Press, who has finally published a chapbook on his own work which he will read from at the West End Poetry Festival this weekend. It’s a story about someone who has worked hard for other poets getting some well-deserved spotlight of his own. Read it here.
In this week’s INDY, I wrote a long story about Durham’s Horse & Buggy Press, where Dave Wofford blends letterpress printing with modern techniques to create one-of-a-kind books and other printed matter. The package also includes a step-by-step photo spread by Jeremy M. Lange and an article by Lightsey Darst on Wofford’s latest production, a book of Rilke translations by David Need called Roses. Check it out here.
In this week’s INDY, I reviewed PhotoVision: Selections from a Decade of Collecting, a massive new show at UNC’s Ackland Art Musuem that probes 175 years of photographic developments and anxieties. Read it here.
In this week’s issue of INDY Week, I reviewed Wolf in White Van, the first proper novel by Mountain Goats musician John Darnielle. Read it here.