Guild of Book Workers Newsletter
Number 114
October 1997

Positions Available

Harcourt Bindery, Bookbinders.

Harcourt Bindery is growing again and currently seeks to add two binders to our staff. One position is in cloth and leather forwarding; the other in box-making, including basic repair. Successful applicants will have good hand skills and some experience, though we would be willing to provide extra training. Salary will be based on experience, and Harcourt offers a full range of supplemental benefits.

Harcourt remains one of the premier hand-binderies in the U. S., and has enjoyed a national reputation since 1900. Please send resumes to Mr. Robert Decristoforo, Manager, c/o Harcourt Bindery, 51 Melcher St., Boston, MA 02210 617-542-5858, or Fax: 617-451-9058.

Dieu Donné Papermill, Papermaking Residencies.

Dieu Donné Papermill seeks applications from visual artists for its Workspace Program which offers seven-day residencies in the papermaking studio to three New York State emerging artists per year. To obtain an application, please send a SASE to Dieu Donné Papermill, Attn: Workspace Program, 433 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013. Application deadline is January 9, 1998. There is no application fee.

Cranberry Mills Handmade Paper, Apprentices.

Applications are being taken for a maximum of two persons per session to apprentice for a one- or two-week session during October 1997, in the fundamentals of repulping, beating and "hands-on" Western Style hand papermaking, including floral inclusions. First come, first served!

Call or write Ted Snider, Proprietor, for more information. Cranberry Mills Handmade Paper, RR #1, Seeleys Bay, ON K0H 2N0, Canada, ph: 613-387-1021.