Happy Holidays to all, and thanks to our colleagues, clients, family and friends who were able to join us for our Let It Fly 2012 Holiday Party.
We’re fortunate to have a number of talented writers on staff who still appreciate the written word, and the heft of a real book. We’re also lucky to have an annual literary festival like Wordstock right our backyard.
This weekend marks its seventh year, and in addition to the variety of workshops, signings and readings offered, programming now also embraces the impact of digital and social media on publishing. It’s impossible to ignore, and it would be a disservice to try and do so, whether you’re an author, agent, publisher, book seller, or reader.
In a video promoting his current solo show at Ivory & Black Soho Gallery in London, Geoff McFetridge talks about form as a language and “creating poetry out of the everyday.” In the process, he sheds light on gray area between fine art and commercial design—a line that he has blurred perfectly throughout his career. What I wouldn’t do for the “Us in a Circle” painting. There’s a perfectly quiet spot for it above my desk.