Reading the Environment: Book Artist Melissa Jay Craig

It’s a digital age, but we’re still mad for paper! Even as readers embrace the connectivity and convenience offered by iPads and Kindles, there are still many good reasons to celebrate a book’s physicality. In Ploughshares’ Book Arts series, we’ll be looking at some of the artists, curators, and craftspeople who work to keep things fresh and relevant.

Book and paper artist Melissa Jay Craig gets an earful. (Image credit: <a href="http://ziagallery.net/hughes.html"Anne Hughes, ZIA Gallery)

Book and paper artist Melissa Jay Craig gets an earful. (Image credit: Anne Hughes, ZIA Gallery)

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About Nora Maynard

Nora Maynard's recent work has appeared in Salon, The Millions, Drunken Boat, Necessary Fiction, and Underwater New York, among others. She was previously a weekly columnist for Apartment Therapy: The Kitchn, 2006-2011. Nora's been awarded fiction fellowships by Ucross, Blue Mountain Center, Millay Colony, Ragdale, and I-Park. She's a winner of the Bronx Writers’ Center/Bronx Council of the Arts Chapter One Competition, and a member of the Board of Directors for The Millay Colony for the Arts. She recently completed her ninth marathon and her first novel. www.noramaynard.com, Twitter: @noramaynard
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