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Literary Publisher

Fine Press Book Association
119 W. Hubbard Street
Chicago , Illinois 60654
United States

Company Description: The Fine Press Book Association (FPBA) is an organization of individuals interested in the art of fine printing, formed with the goal of promoting the appreciation...   more

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  • degrees , criminology and English literature
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Fine Press Book Association, 4 Oct 2014 [cached]
Andrew Steeves Andrew Steeves is an award-winning typographer and literary publisher. He is the co-founder of Gaspereau Press, Kentville, Nova Scotia.
Fine Press Book Association » 2014 » April, 1 April 2014 [cached]
And the designer of our magazine, Parenthesis, Andrew Steeves of Gaspareau Press, took a total of 5 awards in the categories of poetry, prose fiction and prose non-fiction.
Fine Press Book Association » Gaspereau Press, 9 Nov 2010 [cached]
Gapereau Press's Andrew Steeves discusses how to market-and how not to market-chapbooks and literary works Thursday, February 16th, 2012
FPBA member Andrew Steeves, Publisher of Gaspereau Press and designer of the North American issues of Parenthesis, discusses how to best to market literary chapbooks with Nigel Beale at The Literary Tourist.
Listen to Nigel Beale's conversation with Andrew Steeves here.
And Andrew Steeves of fine press/trade hybrid Gaspereau Press, who also designs the North American issues of Parenthesis, appears four times in various categories. Nice work, gentlemen!
Andrew Steeves commented:
?I have huge respect for Andrew and Gary?s dedication to their craft.
In this article, Gaspereau's co-publisher Andrew Steeves explains the philosophical underpinnings of his approach to making books in this way, and eloquently defends his decision not to mass produce - even in light of the spike in demand for copies of this book that he could not immediately meet.
Andrew Steeves at Gaspereau Press. (Globe and Mail photo.)
We're lucky our printer (and designer), Andrew Steeves, had his camera on hand while he was printing the jackets for Parenthesis 19. Andrew writes:
A big thanks to our amazing designer, Andrew Steeves of Gaspereau Press, for all his elegant design solutions. More news and a sneak peek to come. . . .
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Our Designer, Andrew Steeves, Wins 5 Alcuin Design Awards!
Yes, we're pretty proud of Andrew Steeves' design work for Parenthesis. And no wonder. He's regarded as one of the top book designers in Canada (we would settle for no less.) But don't take my word for it: Andrew has just won 5 Alcuin Awards for book design in the Alcuin Society's 28th annual juried book-design competition. Those who would like to have some of Andrew Steeves' work delivered to their mailbox (viz. a copy of the forthcoming Parenthesis 19), should join the Fine Press Book Association now.)
Here's the news from Gaspereau Press:
Five books designed by Gaspereau Press co-owner Andrew Steeves have been recognized in the Alcuin Society's 28th annual juried book-design competition. First prizes were awarded to Gaspereau Press books in the poetry, prose fiction and prose non-fiction categories.
Designed by Andrew Steeves and printed and bound at Gaspereau Press. This book has also been shortlisted for the Atlantic Poetry Prize.
Designed by Andrew Steeves and printed and bound at Gaspereau Press.
Designed by Andrew Steeves and printed and bound at Gaspereau Press.
Designed by Andrew Steeves and printed and bound at Gaspereau Press.
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Gaspereau Press - Meet the Press, 22 Oct 2014 [cached]
With the help of a lively audience, panelists William Rueter (printer, The Aliquando Press), Rod McDonald (type designer), Stan Bevington (printer and publisher, Coach House Books), Robert Bringhurst (author and typographer), Glenn Goluska (designer), and Andrew Steeves (publisher, Gaspereau Press) wrestled matters of taste, democracy and rules of thumb.
That evening, a feisty group of panelists and audience members met for a round-table discussion on "The State of the Literary Press in Canada." The panelists were: Andrew Steeves (Gaspereau Press), Tim Inkster (The Porcupine's Quill), Don McKay (Brick Books), David Caron (ECW Press) and Melanie Rutledge (Canada Council for the Arts).
Gaspereau Press - Contact, 6 Nov 2014 [cached]
Andrew Steeves - Publisher
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