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Click here for a complete list of CBA Publications, including exhibition catalogs, artists' books, poetry chapbooks and more.


Each year the Center for Book Arts produces books by both established and emerging artists in coordination with the Apprenticeship and Internship Programs. The Center is currently producing Nikolai Gogol's The Diary of a Madman, originally published in 1835. This special, limited edition book was designed, printed and bound under the direction of Mikhail Magaril, the Centerís apprentice. The book, letterpress printed with drypoint illustrations, is being produced in an edition of 100.

The Center has also produced Cinnamon Bay Sonnets, a collection of poetry by Andrew Kaufman, the 1996 Chapbook Competition winner; Black Butterfly, by Judith Vollmer, the 1997 winner; Fox Luck, by James Haug, the 1998 winner; and Leap Second at the Turn of the Millennium, by Donald Platt, the 1999 winner. 

The Center also publishes a newsletter as well as catalogs and brochures.

Click here for a complete list of CBA Publications.