Tag Archives: independent publishing

Now Playing: Noospheria

It’s our newest book, and it’s been over a year in the making. [Here’s “Mary J. Levine’s” essay from the front of the book to tell you a bit more about what Noospheria is:] Noospheria (ˈnəʊˌsfrɪə) – n. cosmology: a fragment of the universe that is enacted by human thought, culture, and knowledge. — Combined […]

Anobium on Chicago Artists Resource

Our managing editor, Benjamin van Loon, recently shared some background of the Anobium story on Chicago Artists Resource: “Much of independent publishing is very quaint, small-towny: covers with script fonts, poetry about childhood, writer bios proclaiming cat ownerships. Plus, for many of these publications, design is usually an afterthought—Papyrus and Times New Roman schlock. And […]