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This week’s library acquisitions.

I found the first three at Moe’s Books. (The store’s selection in both new and used literary materials is impressively solid so pay them a visit next time you’re in Berkeley.)

The Tamarind Book is a long over-due addition I got for a price that felt like theft and resisting the Crown Point Press one just wasn’t happening after a gallery visit/studio walk-through on Wednesday and Kathan Brown’s keynote address on Friday.

And of course the awesome folks of SPOTC had a table at the SGCI vendor fair so I finally got my hands on a copy of their hard work as well as the chance to meet team members Caitlin, Andy, and Sam.

It was a good week.

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    So uhm I would like to have ALL of these please. And I would add Brian Shures chine-collé book(got that one, check) it...
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