Author Archives: Kseniya

New Classes Added!

We’ve added two new classes: 4-Up with a Side of Bearers with Marnie Powers-Torrey and Claire Taylor from Red Butte Press at the University of Utah, and Commercial Platen Press Printing with LoLP’s own Kseniya Thomas! Marnie and Claire will, … Continue reading

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Registration is Open!

Register Now! Daggs, Moxon, Berliner, Henry, Sparks, Peterson, Fay, Shanilec, Klinke, and more! More letterpress and book arts workshops in one weekend the world has never seen. We hope you can join us; space is very limited! See above for … Continue reading

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Early Bird Registration Expires Soon!

We’re just over a month away from conference-time! But before that . . . the special early-bird registration rate of $225 expires on July 14th. After that, registration will be $275. That’s Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and half of Sunday, full … Continue reading

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Schedule posted! Events Added!

We’re so excited to welcome Amos Kennedy to LOLP Con 2012! Amos will discuss his work on the panel The Brow Situation: High Brow meets Low Brow, and he and filmmaker Laura Zinger will answer questions after the screening of … Continue reading

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More Speakers Added

More speakers and panelists have been added to the lineup! Check out the Speaker/Panelist tab for all the tantalizing details–we’ll be adding more soon.

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Speaker Announcement!

We are so thrilled about this year’s conference lineup–we have so many exiting things planned, and so many interesting, engaging, and smart panelists planned. Get ready to welcome: Rena Tom, creative small business consultant, will host a panel called Startup … Continue reading

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Tentative Schedule Posted!

For your planning and travel purposes, we’ve posted a tentative schedule of events here. Thursday will be reserved for the tour of Asheville print shops and registration, with the panels and Printer’s Fair getting started in earnest Friday morning. We’ve … Continue reading

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