Tag print

Asthetics Of Print Versus Digital Reading

Came across an interview with Fantagraphics co-founder and co-publisher Gary Groth about their publishing efforts. This quote got me thinking. “One of the things we try to do with most of our books is to create beautiful objects. I think that…

Package Loss

Reflecting on the collected editions I’ve read over the last three months one thing stands out: publishers are skimping or dropping extras and supplemental material. Since the birth of the trade paperback softcovers have rarely included any extras, but their…