Carrie DeBacker is a Seattle-based visual artist and illustrator. Originally from the Chicago area, she holds a BA in Studio Art from Carleton College and MFA from Washington University in St. Louis. Exploring the connection between physical and psychological processes, her work uses imagined gestures to create a personal language of self-representation.
Our interest is in collaboration. Not only between poets and the arts, but in the act of translation.
We publish full color collaborative work and are planning on publishing translations of contemporary Argentine poetry as well as supporting writers with an interest in Argentinian culture and Jewish history in Latin America.
What a strange Argentinian book! Mirtha Dermische "Selected Writings" It's gorgeously produced by @sigliopress and like some of @ReneeGladman's work— though certainly more linear. Taking on next trip to BA. sigliopress.com/book/selected…
@Rotholtz@fbpress Yeah, I like the size of their books and the "Soft" or "Spa Touch" laminate they use. A thing I admire about their work is they have figured out how to get a variety of poetic styles to work in the same format for consistency...I don't have those skills (or books). Also CONGRATS!