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Booklyn Archives’ primary goal is to serve the American public by conserving and accessing the valuable legacy of American artists and art organizations. Booklyn helps artists, publishers, presses and other cultural organizations to organize and catalog their archives for placement in educational institutions. Its focus is on serving artists and organizations that have not accessed (by choice or situation) the conventional paths that would lead to having their work properly historicized. 

ABC ISSUE NO. 9: 
Idaville 
by Emily Blair 
published by Booklyn Artists Alliance, 2010 
6.25 x 9.25” 
44 pages 
letterpressed cover, offset interior. 
numbered edition of 750 copies.

Idaville is an illustrated short story about a boy detective who never grew up and a girl who did. For Leroy, solutions have always been as easy as flipping to the back of the book, but he knows he can’t crack his new case without his partner Sally at his side. Will he find her again, and if he does, will she help him? 

ABC No. 7: Not My Enemy - Warrior Writers

Cover Photo by Garett Reppenhagen 
6.25x9.25” Letterpressed cover, offset interior. 
Numbered edition of 1000 copies. Design by Felice Tebbe

Lovella Calica (Director & Editor), Drew Cameron, Toby Hartbarger, Sholom Keller, Aaron Hughes, Justin Cliburn, Mark Wilkerson, Eli Wright, Fernando & Maria Braga, Jon Turner, Phil Aliff, Cloy Richards, Matt Howard, Vince Emanuele, Mike Blake, Paul Abernathy, Mark Lachance, Garett Reppenhagen, Sara Wallace, Nathan Lewis, Hart Viges, Jared Hood, Jeff Key.

NOT MY ENEMY, shows the realities of war through hard-hitting stories and poems by Iraq War Veterans writing collective, the Warrior Writers. The collection is a rare glimpse into the hearts and thoughts of veterans trying to re-build their experiences and make sense out of the madness of war. This book highlights a variety of writing from over 20 Warrior Writers from across the U.S., from NY to the West Coast.

AFGHANISTAN: OR THE PERILS OF FREEDOM PHOTOGRAPHS BY STEPHEN DUPONT Published by the New York Public Library, 2008 Paperback with french flaps, 48 pages. Offset printed in duotone. 8 x 10 inches.
Photo-journalist Stephen Dupont has been visiting Afghanistan since 1993, documenting the civil war, the rise of the Taliban, and the United States’ war on terror. This beautifully printed catalog was published in conjunction with his first solo exhibition in the United States at the New York Public Library. Dupont has won dozens of international photo awards and published many books of his work.

AFGHANISTAN: 
OR THE PERILS OF FREEDOM 
PHOTOGRAPHS BY STEPHEN DUPONT 
Published by the New York Public Library, 2008 
Paperback with french flaps, 48 pages. Offset printed in duotone. 
8 x 10 inches.

Photo-journalist Stephen Dupont has been visiting Afghanistan since 1993, documenting the civil war, the rise of the Taliban, and the United States’ war on terror. This beautifully printed catalog was published in conjunction with his first solo exhibition in the United States at the New York Public Library. Dupont has won dozens of international photo awards and published many books of his work.

JOIN BOOKLYN AT THE NY ART BOOK FAIR Visit Booklyn at table S06. We will be presenting work by: 
Bulletspace
Tom Burtonwood
Chuck Close
CUBA
Dana Dana Dana Ltd. Editions
Lesley Dill
George Ferrandi
La Convergencia Grafica Malla
Ganzeer
Valerie Hammond
David Hammons
Candace Hicks
IVAW
Sto Len
Caroline Paquita
Librarians and Archivists with Palestine
Fred Rinne
David Sandlin
James Siena
Mark Strand
Mark Taylor
Mike Taylor
Darren Waterson & Mark Doty 
Marshall Weber
Xu Bing 
NY Art Book Fair
presented by Printed Matter
Free and open to the publicSeptember 26-28, 2014MoMA PS122-25 Jackson Avenue on 46th AvenueLong Island City, NY
nyartbookfair.com

JOIN BOOKLYN AT THE NY ART BOOK FAIR 

Visit Booklyn at table S06. We will be presenting work by: 

Bulletspace
Tom Burtonwood
Chuck Close
CUBA
Dana Dana Dana Ltd. Editions
Lesley Dill
George Ferrandi
La Convergencia Grafica Malla
Ganzeer
Valerie Hammond
David Hammons
Candace Hicks
IVAW
Sto Len
Caroline Paquita
Librarians and Archivists with Palestine
Fred Rinne
David Sandlin
James Siena
Mark Strand
Mark Taylor
Mike Taylor
Darren Waterson & Mark Doty 
Marshall Weber
Xu Bing 

NY Art Book Fair

presented by Printed Matter

Free and open to the public
September 26-28, 2014
MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Avenue on 46th Avenue
Long Island City, NY

nyartbookfair.com