Tom Colson on fri 1 may 98
This looks like it might have some promise. Their web site doesn't contain
the forms as of today, but there are plenty of other options options to
Lark Books/Altamont Press Announces Two Opportunities for Ceramic Artists
Extending the ceramics series which has included widely successful books
such as "Handbuilt Ceramics" by Kathy Triplett (1997) and "Handmade Tiles"
by Frank Giorgini (1994), Lark Books has scheduled two new full-color books
for production in 1998. Lark is seeking visuals from ceramic artists in the
form of high quality slides or transparencies which may be included as
examples. All artists are given credit. No fee is required to submit slides.
The two proposed books are:
by Peter King
Low Fire Surface Decoration
by Lynn Peters
For entry deadlines, guidelines, and forms for either book, send a SASE to:
50 College Street
Asheville, NC 28801
or email your address to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also leave a message which includes you address and choice of book
to Katherine Duncan's voice mail at (704) 253-0467, or fax an address to
(704) 253-7952. Sorry I won't be able to talk to you in person.
Don't forget!!! Please indicate on your mail, fax, message, or email the
book that applies to your work, either "Architectural Ceramics" or "Low
Fire Surface Decoration"
Also, check our website for these entry forms, which will be posted soon at
Tom Colson email@example.com
Tiles On The Web: http://www.aimnet.com/~tcolson/webtiles.htm
The web site for handmade and historic tiles.