| Hand Papermaking, Inc.
Description: A nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing traditional and contemporary ideas in the art of hand papermaking. Sponsors a registry and publications. Publishes Hand Papermaking and Hand Papermaking Newsletter.
Little Berlin zine Archive
Description: A collection of artists books, photography, comics, self-published literature, poetry, and printed ephemera. Second copies of each book are donated to the Special Collections Research Center at Temple University Libraries.
Minnesota Center for Book Arts
Description: Offers studio space, workshops and classes in papermaking, bookbinding, and letterpress. Sponsors fellowships and residencies.
Description: Nonprofit distributor and retailer of artists’ books. Also sponsors exhibitions.
Vamp and Tramp, Booksellers, LL,
Description: Sells artists’ books.
Visual Studies Workshop
Description: Publishes and sells artists’ books, and offers residencies and internships related to book arts.
PERIODICALS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
| Title: Hand Papermaking
Description: Repository of information on the art and craft of hand papermaking.
| Title: Hand Papermaking Newsletter
Description: Includes information and listings for national and international exhibitions, lectures, workshops and other events.
|Title: Journal of Artists’ Books
Description: Published by Columbia College, Chicago Center for Book, Paper and Print. Contains essays, reviews, and projects focused on the book as an intermedia form of art. Published two times a year. www.journalofartistsbooks.org
| Title: Artist Book News
Description: An online gallery devoted to artists’ books.
|Title: Artists Books
Description: Sponsored by Carnegie Mellon University. Provides links to numerous resources regarding artists books, including exhibition venues, collections, small presses, and more.
Title: Artists Books Online
Description: An artist-run website that brings together a diverse range of artists who make one-off or small limited editions (max 50 copies) of books.
Title: Artists Books 3.0
Description: A forum is for artists, curators, librarians, students, and researchers interested in artist books and the book arts.
Title: The Bonefolder
Description: An e-journal covering artist books and book binding.