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The Los Angeles Review of Books was founded on an alternative model of publishing, born out of a place where mainstream publishing was failing. How do alternative modes of publishing relate to artist books and artist-led publications? The panel will discuss the role the internet plays in arts publishing, the virtues and dregs of independence, and the challenges of distribution. Los Angeles has always blurred boundaries, expanded and crept outward. How has LA and the opportunities it offers also changed the landscape of art and publication? What are the new projects and difficulties faced by artists who seek to publish and publishers who seek to feature art in their pages?
Participants: Travis Diehl (Online Editor, X-Tra), Clare Kelly (Artist & co-founder Hesse Press), Kandis Williams (Artist & publisher Cassandra Press)
Moderator: Kate Wolf (Editor at Large, Los Angeles Review of Books)
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