2004 · Berkeley
The text of the book, actually written by the book artists themselves, takes the reader through their journey in the making of The Fragmentswith essays including the following: "Philosophy & Printing in the Real West: or Herakleitos in Montana and Fly Fishing on Telegraph Avenue" by Peter Koch; "Deep in the Stone: A Conversation about Hand-Crafted Letters" by Christopher Stinehour; "Parmenides, Craft and Being: Designing and Cutting an Archaic Greek Typeface" by Dan Carr; "Finding the Form of an Ancient Text" by Robert Bringhurst; "A Dream of Pre-Socratic Color: From Joshua Tree to Baudelaire" by Richard Wagener; "How Is It Possible for the "One" to Have So Many Parts?" by Daniel E. Kelm; "Binding Parmenides" by Peggy Gotthold; and "Raven's Wine Cup" by Robert Bringhurst.
Well-illustrated and written by true bibliophiles, "This book is ... a guided tour of ... the philosophy of artisanship, in some of its many forms." Distributed for Editions Koch. (Inventory #: 78258)