The King Library Press, founded in 1956, is devoted to the tradition of fine printing and produces books and broadsides. Typesetting, printing, and binding are all done at the Press and there are opportunities for apprentices. The Press is located in the King Library at the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
Join us 31 May and 1 June for a celebration of forty years of the Larkspur Press. Friday evening will include an exhibition and readings by numerous Larkspur Press writers. Saturday will be a printing workshop with Gray Zeitz, wood engraver Wesley Bates, book artist Carolyn Whitesel, and Leslie Shane. Details.
Contributions to the King Library Press Endowment Fund and Hammer International Book Arts Biennale Fund are always welcome.