The book is produced in a smyth-sewn, three-color foil stamped, three-piece hardcover binding, printed on acid-free paper. "Ouvert Oeuvre: Openings bridges the gap between art book and trade publication that will speak to lovers of poetry, philosophy, art, design, new media, performance," says Lehrer, "and anyone trying to navigate opening and touching in the wake of pandemics and other mass maladies."
The book will be launched on October 6 at 7pm at the Center for Book Arts, NYC. Click here for details.
Founded by Bill Lavender in 1995 in New Orleans, Lavender Ink publishes mostly American poetry, fiction and nonfiction, with a mission to change the world through cross-culturally significant literature.