Cham, Tables, Burlington and Woodstock

We’re smack in the middle of one of the busiest times in the relatively short life of the Endangered Alphabets. I suppose I should stay with the order of the items in the title. So let’s start with Cham. Cham, … Read More

Beat the Heat, Heal the Knee

With this heat, with me stuck at home recovering from knee replacement surgery, with no air conditioning, things around my living-room are getting perilously close to erupting into inner-city violence. The only solution: find something to carve. This is not … Read More

Smithsonian Wrap-Up

Wow. Even as your intrepid Endangered Alphabets team (Maung Nyeu, our friend and collaborator from the Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh, calligrapher/printer Jamie Kutner, Cindy Barnes, myself, and invisible back-in-Vermont laser-dude Paul Ledak) are recovering from several weeks of intense exertion and … Read More

The Kickstarter For Bangladesh: Funded!

  HEADLINE NEWS: THE KICKSTARTER FUNDRAISER IS OVER, WITH A FINAL TOTAL OF JUST OVER $11,000. DETAILS TO FOLLOW. FILM AT 11. Please visit: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1496420787/endangered-alphabets-ii-saving-languages-in-bangla. We aim to create beautiful carved signs and the first books ever printed in some … Read More

The Endangered Alphabets’ European Tour, Part II: Even Before We Left Boston

  The Alphabets Lite edition in its London bus-themed wheely-case left Vermont last Sunday, June 24th. The plan was to take a couple of days in Boston so my daughter Maddy could visit some prospective colleges and art schools, and … Read More

The Endangered Alphabets’ European Tour, Part I: Alpha Lite

The Alphabets have had an amazing week and a half: their first European tour. Many adventures to tell, but the first challenge was simply getting them there. To ship the original exhibition in its trunk would have cost nearly $1,000 … Read More

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