Nebraska Center for Writers

Housed in the College of Fine Arts at the University of NebraskaOmaha, The Nebraska Book Arts Center is a leading proponent of fine letterpress printing. With talented printers and publishers in residence, including the legendary Harry Duncan, the Center has become a major source for literary and fine art printing.

Holiday Open House

Wednesday, December 4, 1996, 4:30-6:30

Fine Arts Room 124UNO Campus

with guests J.V. Brummels and Ted Kooser

and featuring the following new titles:

The Yellow Barn Press: The Kelmscott Goudy Press
by J. Ben Lieberman with a wood engraving by John DePol ($80)
Nosila Press: Clay Hills, a short story by J.V. Brummels ($25)
Abattoir Editions: A Decade of Kooser Valentines ($20)
The Cummington Press: A Summer of Monkey Poems
by C. Perricone with a wood engraving by Eric May ($20)

Brief readings by guest authors beginning at 5:30

Refreshments will be served
Over 50 titles available

University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Fine Arts
The Department of Art and Art History
Nebraska Book Arts Center


Past Top of the Rock Features

redball.gif November 1996 (Missouri Valley Reading Series)
redball.gif October 1996 (Nebraska Cowboy Poetry Gathering)
redball.gif September 1996 (Nebraska Literature Festival)
redball.gif August 1996 (Marly Swick's Paper Wings)
redball.gif July 1996 (Nebraska Shakespeare Festival)
redball.gif May 1996 (Prairie Schooner)
redball.gif April 1996 (Nebraska Poets)
redball.gif March 1996 (Ron Hansen's Atticus)


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