Talk by book maker Felicia Rice Tuesday January 26


Love beautiful books? Hate oppression? Want to imagine a better future?

Listen to Felicia Rice!
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Felicia Rice looking at the burnt remnants of Moving Parts Press
Felicia Rice looks through the ashes of Moving Parts Press on Empire Grade in Bonny Doon that was destroyed the the August Lightning CZU blaze
Photo by Shmuel Thaler

“Moving Parts Press: Rising from the Ashes”

Tuesday, January 26, 2021
6:00 PM–7:00 PM  EST

Please join Columbia University’s Rare Book and Manuscript Library for a discussion with artist, editor, and publisher Felicia Rice. Felicia’s Moving Parts Press has been printing fine art and literary works in limited and trade editions since its founding in 1977. Beautifully produced, often in collaboration with Latinx authors and artists, the books confront complex issues such as immigration and climate change. Felicia’s home and letterpress studio went up in smoke in the CZU Lightning fire on August 20, 2020, but Felicia is looking forward to a new studio and more work. She writes, “As printers have done every decade since Gutenberg, I’m here to argue for a more just society.”

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