July 23rd at 7pm
@ Harvard Bookstore 1256 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138
On July 23rd Shelley Marlow and Lori Horvitz will discuss their recently published works (Two Augusts In A Row In A Row and The Girls of Usually, respectively) at the Harvard Bookstore at 7pm, and the evening will also include a book signing.
July 7th at 7pm
@ London Centre for Book Arts, Unit 18 Ground Floor, Britannia Works, Dace Road, London, E3 2NQ
Publication Studio London is delighted to host a reading by Oakland based writer Jason R Jimenez, author of The Wolves, and London based poet/performance artist/arts writer Francesca Lisette, whose book Teens was published by Mountain Press in 2012.
The Wolves is part of The Fellow Travelers series. Inspired by Olympia Press's Traveller's Companion series of the 1950's and 1960's, which published work that had been banned or censored, The Fellow Travelers Series publishes new work that has effectively been "censored" by the market.
Join us for readings, drinks and freshly made copies of The Wolves after hours at London Centre for Book Arts!
Free and open to the public
June 21st, 2015, 7pm
@ Hollywood Theater, 4122 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, Oregon 97212
June 21st, 2015 at Hollywood Theatre
May 30th, 2015, 1pm-3pm
@ Publication Studio, 717 SW Ankeny Street Portland, Oregon 97205
Please join us for the brunch launch of Pillowtops & Beyond, by Carly Mandel and published by HQ Objective.
Between moments of sleep and wake, dream and reality, pattern languages spoken by and understood by the human perception are cross-wired and re-presented. In the repetition and nascence of Carly Mandel’s physical manifestations of objects in a disillusioned exhibition space, we are invited to explore a narrative locked in the interplay of subversion and confluence. Walls partially unfinished, and walls crumbling, it could be thought that an act of entropy or a wind of confusion were responsible for creating the vacant displays in Pillowtops; speaking clearly, and in intimate whispers, but selling to no one.
Five contributors expand upon and carry the world created by Mandel. Within you will find notes on a water heater system, floral arrangements, stale books, real material, a letter, everyday consumerism, and a pragmatic body politics, among other things.
Thursday, May 28th, 2015. 12:30pm-2pm
@ Publication Studio, 717 SW Ankeny Street / Portland, Oregon 97205
Please join us as we host Julie Ault, who will be giving a talk at Publication Studio as part of Assembly 2015, PSU's social practice conference. On display will be the series of Reference Point Books that Publication Studio has been publishing with PSU for the last few years.