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And now, a post totally unrelated to coronavirus, because we need to remember the beautiful things that light up our world: 

Nathaniel Hawthorne's story "The Minotaur," first appeared in 1853 with other retellings of ancient myths, refashioned to highlight the nature of evil and the fear inherent in facing and conquering our deepest secrets. In the hands of

Irvine, CA – This year marks the Centennial of Ray Bradbury’s birth, and to celebrate the life and work of this beloved and visionary author, Suntup Editions is delighted to announce a fine press limited edition of Fahrenheit 451. Highly regarded as Ray Bradbury’s masterpiece, Fahrenheit 451 depicts a dystopian society in which all books

Charnel House, longtime publisher of artfully designed limited editions in Catskill, New York, has released Ellison Under Glass, a collection of stories written mostly in bookstore windows, hence the Calvino-esque title. Typing away in bookstore windows was something Harlan

New York — Peter Rutledge Koch has been designing and printing limited edition books, portfolios, and ephemera since 1974. He has long been recognized as one of the most accomplished printers and typographic designers of his generation. His training, influences, and achievements place him in the lineage of San Francisco literary fine press printers. A forty-five-year retrospective opens at the

rb-open copy.jpgIrvine, CA - Suntup Editions, publisher of fine limited edition books

Swann Baskin.jpgNew York-Swann Galleries opens their winter season with a boutique sale

85-Midolle copy.jpgNew York—Swann Galleries’ Thursday, April 26 auction of Fine

We're focusing on California this week on the blog in the run-up to the California Antiquarian Book Fair in Pasadena. Today, we're profiling Suntup Editions, a new fine press publisher in Southern California owned by Paul Suntup. Mr. Suntup answered our questions over email: