A T F Garamond, Arches Cover, Betsey Biggs, Brian Molanphy, Colorado Springs, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Inversnaid, James Schuster, James Trissel, Kelly Cress, Leigh Fletcher, linoleum, lithograph, Oxford University Press, relief print, The Press at Colorado College, Tully Bragg, zinc
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Colorado Springs, The Press at Colorado College, 1988
PR4083 H44 I58 1988
“This book is frankly experimental in character. It is the product of a one-month Topics course taught at The Press at Colorado College by James Trissel. Six students were involved in the planning and printing of the poem in this manner which turned out to be more ala prima and less seriatum than one normally expects in book printing. The students are Betsey Biggs, Tully Bragg, Kelly Cress, Leigh Fletcher, Brian Molanphy, and James Schuster.
The paper is Arches Cover and the type, A T F Garamond. The inks for color-printing are generally lithographic inks printed relief from zinc and linoleum.
Although the poem, “Inversnaid,” is in the public domain, Oxford University Press gave us its blessings. There are fifty numbered copies; and this is 12.”