Below you'll find links to all our available issues, along with letterpress broadsides. We always have new projects in the works, so check back for new issues, books, merchandise, and more.
current issue: no. 9
Issue 9 contains work from Holly Eva Allen, David Axelrod, Devon Balwit, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Guilherme Bergamini, Amanda Bloom, Keats Conley, Erin Covey-Smith, Chris Espenshade, Adam Gianforcaro, Robin Gow, Pawel Grajnert, Samantha Grenrock, J.D. Ho, Aby Kaupang, Candice Kelsey, Jenna Le, Elizabeth Joy Levinson, Mark Luebbers, Jennie MacDonald, Keith Moul, Martha Nance, Ty Newcomb, Ken O'Steen, Anna E. Pollock, Clifton Redmond, Kelly R. Samuels, Jamie L. Smith, Beth Strange, Z.G. Tomaszewski, and Christopher Woods.
Who is the dancer, What is the dance
by Alex Caldiero
Who is the dancer, What is the dance is based on a pocket journal that poet Alex Caldiero kept with him during a six-day river trip on the Colorado River through Cataract Canyon. In these poems, and the reproduced drawings that accompany, and often house, them, Caldiero explores how we simultaneously impinge upon, and give ourselves over to, a landscape. In these poems, our urban preconceptions falter and adapt to these places we call wild.
from The Voice of the River
Melanie Rae Thon letterpress broadside
We're pleased to announce saltfront's second letterpress broadside, featuring work from Melanie Rae Thon's exquisite novel The Voice of the River. These broadsides were produced on Pale Blue Legion Stonehenge paper by Anna Hansen at Saltgrass Printmakers in a run of 75. Each is signed and numbered by Thon and measures 11" X 15".
Danielle Beazer Dubrasky
Limited edition, letter-pressed broadsides numbered and signed by Danielle Beazer Dubrasky. Features her poem "Retrieval," which was in saltfront issue #4. Designed with Legion Stonehenge 90# paper by Anna Hansen and printed at the Book Arts Studio in the J. Willard Marriott Library. Printed in an edition of 75. Measures 11" X 15"