Oh, brother. Is this thing ever dumb. Perhaps we’d feel differently if we weren’t uninterested in cooking for ourselves, but this one is a head-scratcher. Did the Society of Printers actually spend money on this? Will you? In truth, there were a few entries that made us stop and look. The piece by Edward Karr was a pleasant surprise, as were those by the Nesbitts and Darrell Hyder. With contributions by twenty-five members on different papers with different types and with different methods of printing, this sort of self-indulgent navel gazing is what we hate about clubs, even if we love the Society of Printers.
- Size: 6 × 9 inches
- Pages: 25 leaves
- Binding: Leatherette cover with a spiral binding
- Publisher: The Society of Printers, 1983