Concetta Principe is the author of two previous books-Stained Glass (1997) and Interference (1999)-and has written and directed for TV, including the Vision TV series on Biblical archaeology, The Naked Archaeologist. She is currently completing her PhD at York University, where her work considers representations of the messiah and the Muselmann in twentieth century cultural and intellectual works, arguing that these figures are evidence of a trauma of secularism dating to first century Judea. She has managed to find coherence in her unconscious compulsion to think politics and revelation together.
Pedlar Press chats with book designer Emma Allain about her work on Su Croll's Seeing Martin (Pedlar Press)—from choosing the right cover image, to finding just the right mix of typefaces and her previous work on designing books within the Pedlar portfolio.
There's a lot going on this week, including the Holiday Pop-Up Book Fair in Montreal (which is a much better alternative to Black Friday shopping, IOHO).
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