Call for Papers: Show Off Your Tips, Tricks, and Tactics for Hand Papermaking
Being a practitioner of hand papermaking means that there aren’t many of us, relatively. Which makes teaching your knowledge even more meaningful. It ensures that the practice will not only continue, but thrive. In the spirit of sharing, this issue of the Friends of Dard Hunter Bull & Branch will feature your tips, tricks, and techniques for hand papermaking.
Your article can be as broad or detailed as you see fit. It can be something you learned from your teacher, or something you’ve discovered in your studio or mill. Topics could be artistic or scientific insights, equipment modifications or fiber discoveries, or suggestions on the ideal papermaking playlist. You got this!
Articles Due April 1, 2016
Article (300-600 words)
1-3 photos of process, 300dpi, min. 8”
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Optional: Include a Paper Sample
- Mention your interest in your email to the Editor, and details will follow.
- 300 handmade paper samples at exactly 2”x3”.
- Your samples will be featured next to your article in this issue.
- Handmade paper tip-ins due May 1, 2016
Questions? Email email@example.com
Bull & Branch
Friends of Dard Hunter first produced Bull & Branch as a quarterly newsletter. Currently, Bull & Branch is published three times a year, with one printed issue and two digitally published newsletters.