WINTER 2008, Volume 23, Number 2: The Integral Role of Handmade Paper in Contemporary Artist Books by Inge Bruggeman; The Activated Page: Sharing Insights on Hand Papermaking in Artist Books by Jae Jennifer Rossman; Old Materials, New Twists: Two Bookbinding Paper Samples by Cave Paper Inc. by Bridget O’Malley; Working the Mulberry: Kozo Paper in Book Art by Rory Golden; Thoughts on Making Old Paper by Jim Croft; ON the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Book Arts Collection by Michael Durgin; Alabama Mule Dung Paper by Steve Miller and Glenn House; Foreground Meets Background: The Collaboration of Calligraphy and Papermaking by Rose Folsom; Jules Heller (1919–2007), An Appreciation by John Risseeuw. Reviews: Holland Paper Biennial 2008 by Aliza Thomas; A Ripple in the Water: Healing Through Art by Ann Q. McKeown; Paper and Threshold by Amanda Degener.
SUMMER 2008, Volume 23, Number 1: Why Beat Pulp? by Helen C. Frederick; Paper in Public by Tatiana Ginsberg; Handmade Media: Thoughts on Object Descriptions for Paper Artists by Elizabeth Finch; Beater Finesse for the Artist by Catherine Nash (with samples); Papermaking Studio Access Guide by Mina Takahashi; Conservation Framing of Handmade Paper Artworks by Eyal Danieli; Risky Business: Can You Afford (Not) to Properly Store Your Paper Art Collection? by Claire Gerhard; Communities for Paper Artists by Jill Littlewood; ON Peter Gentenaar by Helen Hiebert. Reviews: Lee Krasner by Amanda Guest.
WINTER 2007, Volume 22, Number 2: The Vatman’s Shake and the Lure of Papermaking History by Leonard N. Rosenband; Dongba Paper (with sample) by Li Xueguang and Jane Ingram Allen; Thirty-One Years of Field Research in Traditional Hand Papermaking by Elaine Koretsky; Research as a Path in Papermaking by Timothy Barrett; Understanding the Scientific Mind by Wavell F. Cowan; “…And Nature Will Work With You” by Eugénie Barron (on Douglass Howell); Desert Journey: A Collaboration of Art and Advocacy (with sample) by Marcia McClellan and Katherine Nicholson; ON Mick Frederickson by Jane M. Farmer. Reviews: Josep Asunción on Fujiwara Yuki; Loreto D. Apilado on Jane Ingram Allen’s Made in Taiwan; Cathleen A. Baker on Elaine Koretsky’s A Tribute to Dard Hunter; Michelle Samour on Pulp Function.
SUMMER 2007, Volume 22, Number 1: The Transmission of Hanji Culture to Japan by Park Chi-sun; Washi into the Twenty-First Century by Ibe Kyoko; What is Real Washi? A Conversation between Kobayashi Yasuo and Yagihashi Shin; Observing Variations in Japanese Papermaking Traditions, Tools, and Techniques by Paul Denhoed (with samples); Japanese Papers: A Return to Pre-IR Washi by Moriki Kayoko; The Character of Washi Lies in its Varied Uses by Kume Yasuo; The Unique Functions of Washi in Japanese Daily Life by Lauren Pearlman Sugita; Somegami: Traditional Japanese Techniques for Making Naturally Dyed Papers by Tatiana Ginsberg (with sample); Japanese-Style Papermaking in the West by Timothy Barrett. Reviews: Victòria Rabal on Elena del Rivero; Winnie Radolan on Jacob Christian Schäffer.
WINTER 2006, Volume 21, Number 2: Asian Paper in Works of Art: A Comparative Fiber Analysis by Agnieszka Helman-Wazny; Jenny Pinto and the Glow of Banana Fiber by Suhag Shirodkar; Paper Samples: Drying Flax Paper by Helen Hiebert; Fiber and Community Upliftment in South Africa by Bronwyn G. Marshall; Serbia’s Fiber Traditions for Hand Papermaking by Melissa Potter; Hanji Fashions: Students Design with Traditional Korean Paper by Marjorie A. Alexander (with sample); Telling the Story of Mr. Whatman’s Paper Mill by Theresa Fairbanks Harris; Material into Content: Pulp Painting Today by Jane Glaubinger; Noted Exhibitions; Reviews: Dominique Nahas on Kwang-young Chun; Pat Almonrode on Papermaking for Printmakers; Melissa Potter on The History of Hand Papermaking in the Philippines.
SUMMER 2006, Volume 21, Number 1… a special color issue celebrating our 20th anniversary: The Montgolfiers, Papermakers Who Conquered the Skies by Marie-Hélène Reynaud; Washi at War: Japan’s WWII Balloon Bombs by Timothy Barrett; Festival of the Fire Balloons by Elaine Koretsky (with sample); Building and Flying Paper Hot-Air Balloons by Brian Queen; The Journey of Byron Kim’s Blue Sky Kite by Anne McKeown; Waves to Washi to Wings: Traditional Japanese Paper in Contemporary Kites by Scott Skinner; Divide Light, commissioned kite by artist Lesley Dill for Hand Papermaking’s 20th Anniversary (with mini-kite tip-in); In Memoriam: Alan Shields by Susan Gosin; Founders’ Conversation with Amanda Degener and Michael Durgin. Reviews: Mindell Dubansky on Ken Polinskie; Karen Searle on Plane and Form at Minnesota Center for Book Arts.
WINTER 2005, Volume 20, Number 2: Paperiana, Intended and Otherwise: A Survey of Handmade Paper Collections by Mina Takahashi; Bamboo Paper Sample from Cai Jai Wu, China by Elaine Koretsky; Reading the Paper: Context and Interpretation in the Analysis of Paper by Peter Bower; Cataloging Decorated Papers by Sidney Berger; The Dard Hunter Digital Collection at the Univ. of Utah Marriott Library by Madelyn Garrett; Teaching with Paper: The Fogg Art Museum by Edward Saywell; Shikibu Colored Gampi Paper Sample Used for a New Etching Portfolio by Andrea Zittel; In Memoriam: Golda Lewis by Susan Gosin; The Time Traveler’s Wife: An Interview with Audrey Niffenegger by Marilyn Sward. Reviews: Helen Hiebert on Buzz Spector; David Marshall on Pyramid Atlantic.
SUMMER 2005, Volume 20, Number 1: Material History: The Handmade Paper Work of Dario Robleto by Lauren Ross; To draw a line without actually drawing it: An Interview with Amanda Guest by Elizabeth Finch; Handmade Paper Multiples in “Chuck Close Prints: Process and Collaboration” by Reena Jana; In Memoriam: Aiko Nakane by Marilyn Sward & Chuck Izui. Reviews: Susan Hagen on Winifred Lutz; Dominique Nahas on Linda Cross, Abby Leigh, Leonardo Drew, and Jessica Stockholder; Amanda Degener on The Complete Book of Papermaking.
WINTER 2004, Volume 19, Number 2: Papermakers in Japan: Changes after Twenty Years by Betty Fiske with Hiromi Katayama; Library of Congress’ Endpaper Project 2004 by Lynn Kidder, Jesse Munn, and Terry Boone; Paper and Water: A Guide for Conservators by Gerhard Banik and Irene Brückle; Lacandon Maya Bark Cloth by Jennie Frederick (with sample); Everything I Want to Know about Papermaking Was Developed in the Fifteenth Century by Jana Pullman; Aging in Book Papers by Cathleen A. Baker. Review: A Papermaker’s Season.
SUMMER 2004, Volume 19, Number 1: Political Paper by John Risseeuw, Eric Avery, Dorothy Field, Gordon Fluke, and Robbin Ami Silverberg; Chinese Handmade Paper–A Richly Varied Thing by Nancy Norton Tomasko (with sample); Laura Anderson Barbata and the Yanomami Indians of Venezuela by Stacey Lynch Adnams (with sample); Paper Ergonomics: Easing the Strain by Lynn Amlie. Review: Catherine Nash’s Classroom Papermaking videos.
WINTER 2003, Volume 18, Number 2: Interview with Ellen Mears Kennedy by Bryan Ellison; Innovative Printmaking on Handmade Paper by Eric Denker; Okra Queen by Pepper Bec (with sample); Paper Pulp as Scenic Texture by John Thigpen; Scaling the Walls: Integrating Paper Sculpture with Music, Dance, and Spoken Word by Pat Alexander and Ann McCutchan; Amagansett Applied Arts by Susan Gosin. Review: Second National Collegiate Handmade Paper Exhibition.
SUMMER 2003, Volume 18, Number 1: An Invitation to Marble by Tom Leech; ArtFarm Grows and Expands: An AmericCorps Experience by Helen Stubblefield; Pulp Painting with Stencils by Lois James (with sample); Earth Pigments in Papermaking by Catherine Nash (with sample); Tsuguo Yanai by Anita Leverence; Diary of Khotan Paper by Oguzhan Tugrul. Reviews: Traditional Paper Sheet Formation Around the World, 1976-2002; On Paper: Collaborations in Print and Pulp at MCA.
WINTER 2002, Volume 17, Number 2: Telling Truths: Paper Garment as Metaphor by Erica Spitzer Rasmussen; The Alchemy of Drypoint by Dorothy Field; Living Museums of Papermaking in Italy, Part 2 by Lynn Sures; Hemp for Hand Papermaking by Helmut Becker; Interview with John Stahl (with sample) by Amanda Degener; Hildegard von Bingen’s “Circulus Sapientiae by Claire Van Vliet and Katie MacGregor; Landscapes in Paper by Beverly Sky, Meg Black, and Bobbie Lippman; Drawing with Hung Fiber by Paul Denhoed. Reviews: Contemporary American Paper Artists: An Invitational Exhibition; Paper Before Print: The History and Impact of Paper in the Islamic World.
SUMMER 2002, Volume 17, Number 1: Headflaps and Bean Turners (Alison Knowles) by Eugenie Barron; Taller Arte Papel Oaxaca by Pamela Scheinman; Living Museums of Papermaking in Italy, Part 1 by Lynn Sures; Kakishibu (persimmon juice) by Richard Flavin (with sample); Papel: Likhang Kamay (contemporary Philippine hand papermaking) by Loreto Apilado; Interview with Marilyn Sward by Andrea Peterson; Mildred Fischer: A Legacy by Margaret Rhein. Reviews: Rags to Riches: 25 Years of Paper Art from Dieu Donné Papermill.
Winter 2001, Volume 16, Number 2: Interview with Tom Balbo by Bill Drendel; Hidden Imagery: The Mystery of Watermarks by Helen Hiebert; A Curious “Saint” Watermark on a Saxton Atlas of c. 1590 by William Ravenhill; Tibetan Handicraft Industry: A Growing Fair Trade Company by Jane M. Farmer; The Colonial Roots of Crane & Co., Inc. by Peter Hopkins; Outreach at Crow’s Shadow by Roberta Lavadour; Survey of Papermaking Programs in the United States by Gail Deery & Susan Gosin; Reviews: Making Waves in the Midwest: The Art of Asian Paper; The Ergonomics of Hand Papermaking.
Summer 2001, Volume 16, Number 1… a special, full-color issue celebrating our 15th Anniversary: a way of being (on the work of Winnifred Lutz) by Janet Koplos; The Road Well-Traveled by Jane M. Farmer; The Charters of Freedom: Support Paper for the Re-encasement Project by Lynn Amlie; The Japan Paper Company by Judith Walsh; Seventeen Selected Artists.
Winter 2000, Volume 15, Number 2: Interview with Lesley Dill by Arlene Raven; Papermaking for Origami Art by Michael LaFosse; A Printmaker’s Return by Michael Durgin; Euraba Paper Dreaming by Paul West; La Vida es Sueno by Sally Duback; John Mason’s Initiation by Patricia Scott; Two Book Arts Centers by Catherine Lundorff and Steve Hendricks; In Brief: Papermaking and Book Arts at Loughborough by Karen Legg; Reviews: By His Labor; The Papermaker’s Companion; Paper Trail.
SUMMER 2000, Volume 15, Number 1: Wondering Out Loud by Michelle Samour; WomanCraft Papers by Kate Martinson; Drawing with Mulberry by Jennie Frederick; Paper Art Village Project by Jane Ingram Allen; Reviews: Paper From Plants; Fine Papers at the Oxford University Press; The First National Collegiate Handmade Paper Art Show.
WINTER 1999, Volume 14, Number 2: Growing Wild: Unexpected Journeys with Nature by Judy Hoffman; Ich bin ein Berliner (with sample) by Gangolf Ulbricht; An Interview with Karen Stahlecker by Catherine Nash; A Visit to Poestenkill by Marcia Widenor; Economic Development in Ecuador (with sample) by Gail Deery and Mina Takahashi; Reaching Back, Moving Forward: Photos on Handmade Paper by John Risseeuw; Play, Paper Factory by Amanda Degener; In Brief: Looking at Paper: evidence and interpretation; In Memory of Nell Meldahl; Reviews: Rambling Through my Garden of Fiber and Dye Plants; Gift of Conquerors: Hand Papermaking in India.
SUMMER 1999, Volume 14, Number 1: Amare, Amator, Amateur: For Love of Paper by Mary Heebner; Tesuri-Kako-ho: Japanese Hand Burnished Watermarking by Lindsay J. Nakashima and Jocelyn Webb; A Rich Adventure (with sample) by Mark Lander; Itajime: Fold-and-Clamp Coloring (with sample) by Susan Kristoferson; Building a Beater by Lee Cooper; Reviews: The Book of Fine Paper; Batterers; Papermaking with Plants.
WINTER 1998, Volume 13, Number 2: The Robert C. Williams American Museum of Papermaking by Joe Sanders; Material and Ideas: Robbin Ami Silverberg by Carole Naggar; Charting a New Course in Book Studies by Hillary Gardner; An Interview with Walter Ruprecht (with sample) by Carol Becker; Sprayed Pulp as a Sculptural Medium by Joyce Schutter; Reviews: Chinese Paper Offerings; Paper: The State of Connection.
SOLD OUT…SUMMER 1998, Volume 13, Number 1: Pina Shifu (with samples) by Asao Shimura; Joe Wilfer: Collaborations in Paper and Printmaking by Jennifer Bernstein; An Interview with Walter Hamady by Bill Drendel; Lynn Forgach: A Life in Paper by Pat Almonrode; Complex Watermarking with Patterned Shas in Japanese Handmade Papers (with sample) by Jana Pullman; De Middelste Molen: Traditional Dutch Papermaking in Gelderland by Michael Fallon; Idin Paper Mill by Joseph Roberson; Review: Almost Paper.
WINTER 1997, Volume 12, Number 2: Experiments in Paper: Dard Hunter’s Mill at Marlborough-on-Hudson by Cathleen A. Baker; RCIPP, A Center for Collaborations by Rose Gonnella; Kelmscott at Oxford: A Specimen of Hand Papermaking at the End of an Era (with sample) by John Bidwell; Three Summer Arts and Craft Schools by Marilyn Sward, Beck Whitehead, and Mina Takahashi; A Unique Commercial Installation by Sally Duback; Reviews: Off the Deckle Edge, Handcrafted Paper and Paper Products made from Indigenous Plant Fibers.
SUMMER 1997, Volume 12, Number 1: A Journey from Westbury to Chillicothe by Laurence Barker; An Interview with Therese Zemlin by Michael Durgin; Cave Paper: Notes from the Underground (with sample) by Jody Williams; The State of the Art: Papermaking in Australia by Diana Klaosen; Hath Kagaz: Hand Papermaking in India by Simon Barcham Green.
WINTER 1996, Volume 11, Number 2: Renewal in Jordan by Susan Fateh; Retracing Tibet’s Paper Road (with samples) by Jane M. Farmer; Aesthetics and the Future of the Craft by Timothy Barrett; Pre- and Post-Industrial Handmade Book Papers by Jesse Munn, Terry Boone Wallis, Mary Wootton, and Barbara Meier Husby; Aspects of Importing by Vera Freeman, Chuck Izui, Aimee Kligman, Nigel Macfarlane, and Alexandra Soteriou; Hanji: Korea’s Traditional Paper (with sample) by Lynn Amlie; Jim Rumford and the Manoa Press by Kathleen Rowley.
SUMMER 1996, Volume 11, Number 1: A Residency Runs Through It… by Alex Vance; An Interview with Lynn Sures by Michael Durgin; Douglass Morse Howell’s Green Box by Kathleen Doherty; Computer-Generated Watermarks (with sample) by Katie MacGregor, Bernie Vinzani, and Elliot Fishbein; The Uncertain Fate of Amate Paper by Carol Tyroler; Papermaking at the Duntog: Report from the Philippines by Jane Ingram Allen; Reviews: A Hand Papermaker’s Sourcebook; Art Paper/Art Books.
WINTER 1995, Volume 10, Number 2: The History of Japanese Crushed Paper (with samples) by Dan Fletcher; The Interrupted Tradition of Indian Papermaking by Dorothy Field; A Trip to Korea by Eve Reid; A Tent of the Winter Prairie by Marcia Widenor; Tree-Free Paper (with sample) by John Stahl; The Origins of Paper by Li Fang; An Interview with Bart Wasserman by Susan Gosin; The Art of Mona Waterhouse by Emily Gaul; Reviews: Cover to Cover, Holt Mill Papers.
SOLD OUT…SUMMER 1995, Volume 10, Number 1: Autoparticulates by Steven Brower; Discovery on the “Stream of Life” by Gordon Fluke; Inheritance: The Past and Future of Paper Decoration (with sample) by Sandra Kroupa; Hand Papermaking in Northern Vietnam by Jeffrey S. Peachy; A Papermaker’s Challenge (with sample) by Marjorie A. Alexander; Body-Earth Project by Marcia Miller Gross; A Research Trip to Japan by Margaret Prentice; Paper in New York by Kathleen Doherty; Reviews: Teaching Hand Papermaking: A Classroom Guide, Papermaking (videotapes).
WINTER 1994, Volume 9, Number 2: A Collaboration in Handmade Paper by Krista Spieler; Karen Stahlecker’s Paper Reveries by C. E. Licka; Katsu Tadahiko, 1947-1987 (with samples) by Timothy Barrett; Paper in Chicago by Michael Durgin; Hand Papermaking in a Detention Camp in Mauritius by Inacio Steinhardt; Amate Papermaking in San Pablito (with sample) by Carol Tyroler, Reviews: WSW XX Years – A Retrospective, PaperBooks at MCBA, A Collection of Paper: Samples from Hand Papermills in the United States of America, An Essay on Paper.
SUMMER 1994, Volume 9, Number 1: Paper as Sculpture by L. Robin Rice; Cartiere Enrico Magnani by Linda Samson; Interview with Neal Bonham (with sample) by Elspeth Pope; Rice Paper Caper (with sample) by Ken Grabowski; Papermaking Moulds by Simon Barcham Green; Douglass Morse Howell by Eugenie Barron; Reviews: Peter & Donna Thomas Books, A Paper Journey.
SOLD OUT…WINTER 1993, Volume 8, Number 2: Pi–a Story by Asao Shimura; Conversations with M.A. McKellar Schwarcz (with sample) by Marilyn Sward; Papermaking in India (with sample) by Nigel Macfarlane; Watermarks: Making Use of the Evidence by Brett Charbeneau; Oregon Seaweed Paper (with sample) by Marilyn Wold; 1994 Paper Conference in Montreal by Leslie Luebbers; Review: The Art & Craft of Papermaking.
SOLD OUT…SUMMER 1993, Volume 8, Number 1: The Paper Show by Theresa Morin; Interview with Rick Hungerford (with sample) by Timothy Barrett; Pyramid Atlantic by Joann Moser; MacGregor & Vinzani (with sample) by Michael Alpert; Mysteries from India & Pakistan by Alexandra Soteriou; Reviews: 1992 FDHPM Meeting, Kami ’89, Which Paper?, Out of the Mountains.
WINTER 1992, Volume 7, Number 2: Spirituality and Ritual in Paper Art by Krista L. Spieler; Tradition Survives in Rajasthan by Simon Barcham Green; Papermaking in India, Bangladesh and the Himalayas: An Overview by Dorothy Field; Nepalese Paper Sample; Strengthening the Paper Industry in India by Ajay Kumar; Sri Aurobindo Ashram by Kartikeya Anurakta; The Edible Drawings of John Cage by Bernie Toale; In Memoriam, Joyce Schmidt by Nellie Stavisky; Reviews: The Goldbeaters of Mandalay (with sample) , Tin Can Papermaking, Making Your Own Paper, Papermaking for Basketry and Other Crafts, Papermaking at the Duntog.
SUMMER 1992, Volume 7, Number 1: An Interview with Diane Katsiaficas by Mary Hark; Walls Within: A Handmade Paper Installation by Lois James; Celebrating the Bill of Rights (with sample) by Gordon Fluke; An Evolution of Embossed Paper by Margaret Ahrens Sahlstrand; Collagraph Paper (sample) by Mary Slowinski & Margaret Ahrens Sahlstrand; Book Arts at the University of Alabama by Steve Miller; Book Arts and the Library by Sandra Kroupa; Reviews: Hand Papermaking Video Series, Book Arts in the USA: A VHS Video Catalog, Domestic Science.
WINTER 1991, Volume 6, Number 2: Collaborations in Paper at SWCC by Beck Whitehead; Tibetan Manuscripts in Newark by Valrae Reynolds; Rongbuk Recycled Paper by Tom Leech; Fifteen Years at Dieu Donné Papermill by Mindell Dubansky; Azure Paper from Dieu Donné Papermill (sample) by Mina Takahashi; Fiber Separation for Nagashizuki Paper by Timothy Barrett; Stan Shetka’s Recycled Paper Art by Judy Arginteanu; Reviews: Early American Papermaking, From Fiber to Paper, Non-Adhesive Binding, The Mark of the Maker, Papermaking in the Classroom.
SUMMER 1991, Volume 6, Number 1: Sculptural Paper by Roxane Orgill; William Rittenhouse by Henk Voorn; Photo/Paper: Five Easy Processes by Marilyn Sward; now I am remembering this, too (with sample) by Cyndi Crow; Calligraphy in Paper by Derick Pao; The Construction of Vacuum Tables by Paul Robbert; Reviews: Beater Builders of North America, Making Paper, Early vs. Modern Handmade Paper, On Paper: The History of an Art.
WINTER 1990, Volume 5, Number 2: Handmade Paper with Colored Pulps, Created for the Printed Image by Margaret Prentice; Connecticut’s Papermaking Treasure by William Glenn; A Tour of Women’s Studio Workshop by Jody Williams; Women’s Studio Workshop (sample) by Tatana Kellner; Paper as Book-Object by Armand Calders; Reviews: Peter and Donna Thomas books, 3rd International Biennial of Paper Art, Transformations in Paper.
SUMMER 1990, Volume 5, Number 1: Earthwork: Skins and Skeletons by Kathryn Lipke; Hand Papermaking in China by Judith Sugarman; The Creationist’s Theory of Paper Airplanes by Dolph Smith; Spirit Money from Thailand (with sample) by Dorothy Field; Cookie Cutter Papermaking by Judith Arrowood & Katherine Brewes; Rice Straw Paper by Elaine & Donna Koretsky.
WINTER 1989, Volume 4, Number 2: Old Quilts: Poetry and Paperwork by Cheryl Miller; Some Notes on Chinese Papermaking by James Rumford; An Interview with Helmut Becker; Yasuo Kobayashi (with sample) by Izhar Neumann; The Books of Cannabis Press by Bryan R. Johnson; Asao Shimura by Donna Koretsky.
SUMMER 1989, Volume 4, Number 1: The University of Iowa Center for the Book by Annie Wilcox; Experiments with Paper Casting by Jody Williams; Alabama Kozo (with samples) by Glenn House; Grain by Suzanne Ferris. Review: Papierkunst.
SOLD OUT…WINTER 1988, Volume 3, Number 2: Japanese Wood-Block Printing by Richard Flavin; An American in Berlin by Ingrid Evans; Fermented Raw Flax (with sample) by Timothy Barrett; The Totem Series by Otavio Roth; Bast Fiber Stampers (with plans) by Lee S. McDonald. Review: Paperthick.
SUMMER 1988, Volume 3, Number 1: Interview with Laurence Barker by John Gerard; Kenaf as Fiber for Handmade Paper by Todd Martin; Western Handmade Book Paper by Bonnie Stahlecker; Paper with Flowers (with sample) by C. F. Hill; A Survey of Papermaking in U.S. Colleges by Carol Herd; Paste-Patterned Paper (with sample) by Susan Huhn; “Do-It-Yourself” Press by Kathy Crump.
WINTER 1987, Volume 2, Number 2: Letter to Hand Papermaking by Simon Barcham Green; Paper Processes for Large Sculpture by Kathleen Rowley; Mitnan and Hand Papermaking in Israel (with samples) by Joyce Schmidt & Nellie Stavisky; Etching with Handmade Paper by Peter Gentenaar; Magnolia Editions Papermill & Printshop by Rod Smith; Papermakers of Australia by Kathy Nix & Penny Carey-Wells.
SUMMER 1987, Volume 2, Number 1: Paperworks: The State of the Art by Jane M. Farmer; Kim Yeong Yon: A Korean Papermaker by Dorothy Field; Twinrocker (with sample) by Leonard Cox; Western Mold Making by Tim Moore; Drying Box for Printers and Papermakers by Claire Van Vliet. Review: Chinese Handmade Paper.
SOLD OUT…WINTER 1986, Volume 1, Number 2: Monotypes and Handmade Paper by Helen C. Frederick; On Damp Printing by Neal Bonham & Suzanne Ferris; Tosa Tengujo-Shi (with sample) by Asao Shimura; Shifu: Fine Handmade Paper Cloth by Susan Byrd.
SPRING 1986, Volume 1, Number 1: Papermaking Today in Tibet and China by Elaine Koretsky; New Developments in Nagashizuki by Timothy Barrett; The Renaissance of Linen/Flax Paper by Jesse Munn; Linen Paper Sample by Eugenie Barron; Technical Watercolor Studies with Handmade Paper by Douglass Morse Howell; Casting to Acknowledge the Nature of Paper by Winifred Lutz.