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59 minutes | May 8, 2020
Bookmaking, Design and Zines: An Interview with Emily Larned (feat. Lili Fishman)
Lili Fishman, the Long River Review's interviews editor, joins me as we interview Emily Larned about a wide range of topics from book making to zine design. Emily has been publishing as an artistic practice since 1993, when as a teenager she made her first zine. She is co-founder of Impractical Labor in Service of the Speculative Arts (ILSSA) [pronounced Ilssa], a union for reflective creative practice, and founder of Alder & Frankia, a publisher of collaborations and feminist reissues. Her award-winning handmade publications are collected by over 70 institutions across the USA and UK, including the Brooklyn Museum, the Getty, and the Tate. She holds an MFA from Yale School of Art, has taught and lectured widely, and is currently Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at the University of Connecticut. More information about Emily can be found on her website, https://emilylarned.com. Support the show (http://longriverreview.com/donate/)
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