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At 2:48 on October 11, 2011, Tom Sowden said…

Thank you for the link Robert, it certainly does interest me!


At 19:05 on August 30, 2011, heather miller said…
thanks for invite! looks interestig!
At 18:45 on May 3, 2011, scott lyon said…

hi there robert,

thanks for the invite for impact7.

im already there!

cant wait,



At 21:40 on April 16, 2011, ART-ON-GOOGLE said…
At 0:56 on January 25, 2011, Mette-Sofie D. Ambeck said…
Thank you.
At 10:36 on January 19, 2011, Jo Canham said…

HI Robert!  Thanks for that comment.  I'm just not sure how to add a photo to an event.  I've added the Blarney card to the profile, but I'm not sure if that's what you're requesting.

Cheers, Jo.

At 23:14 on January 10, 2011, Dianne Fogwell said…
Hi Robert, can you give me the address for Rona Green and my email has changed, its now, all the best to everyone at the SLQ, hers to a terrific 2011. ciao Dianne Fogwell
At 6:10 on December 27, 2010, Mette-Sofie D. Ambeck said…

Hello Robert,

I'm the 'founder' of Nordic Book Arts ( and would like to ask if it would be possible to have the site added to your list 'Other related NING sites:'?

I would very much appreciate it if you could, Thank you!

I work with the Doverodde Book Arts Center & Festival in Denmark, and we are just trying to spread the word that we are out there (-:

Kind regards and best wishes for the New Year,

Mette-Sofie D. Ambeck

At 9:29 on November 5, 2010, Christopher Hardwick said…
Hello Robert, am having a bit of trouble uploading a photo onto my profile.
Sarah Bodman tried to help but to no avail, so she suggested that I contact you.
The image is a jpg. 584kb from a folder.
Sorry that I have not been very involved in your wonderful website, but I have now finished 2nd year fine arts at Griffith in Queensland , so I will be able to be a bit more active.
I really appreciate what you have set up, it is wonderful.
Warmest regards,
Christopher Hardwick
At 7:21 on July 22, 2010, Aine Scannell said…
Yikes Robert - its me again. Came across this website which might be of interest for this website You will know where best to place it. The website is in German but of course people can go through Google website translator

best wishes

At 11:19 on July 14, 2010, Aine Scannell said…
Hi Robert I just happened to wander on here today and was pleased to see thta you had organised the installation of the Paypal Donate button application I was on my firefox browser and couldnt see the button when I clicked on the link to it. Only a share button which didnt do anything. I had to go into another browser "safari" and then it was fine. Just thought you might like to know about this. I hope the money builds up fairly quickly. Best wishes

Artists Books 3.0 is such a unique resource

initiated and maintained by YOU --- thanks !!

At 16:27 on May 12, 2010, Kelvyn James Cunnington said…
Hello Robert. I am fine and i hope you are too. Where are you based now - workwise and City - is is Brisbane, my old stomping ground? - Kelvyn
At 14:50 on April 30, 2010, Dagmara Gieysztor said…
It would be great to annonce it as an event- might be a bit late now- plus I'm not the most technically minded person- so not sure how to do that. Also I think I just found a virus in my computer - so by the time I work that our- it will be all over.
Thank you and may be once I do the follow up 6 weeks course in a few weeks - I'll ask for help listing it
At 9:02 on April 24, 2010, Emily Martin said…
Robert, Greg Prickman at the UI Special Collections Library, is interested in you idea. He would like you to contact him directly:
He was wondering if you would be interested in involving Edinburgh also. Emily
At 0:08 on April 24, 2010, Emily Martin said…
Robert, The University Library and Special Collections within it each have exhibition space. I will be over at Special Collections today and I will see if this is possible and get specific contact information for you. Emily
At 14:15 on April 23, 2010, Emily Martin said…
The UICB website is:
and some more on Iowa City as a city of literature:
I teach at the Center for the Book so do contact me if you have any questions. I will be at the upcoming Seoul International Book air if by chance you are going.
At 11:54 on April 19, 2010, Linda Douglas said…
Dear Friends and Artists,
It's with great pleasure that I announce we launched the new quarterly publication, the Australian Book Arts Journal, at the Mackay conference, Focus on Artists Books V, and that the support at having an all Australian journal for showcasing the work of many talented artists is here! There's been great interest in the current selection of articles and the comments have been more than favourable!
ABAJ is about you so take advantage and send articles, exhibition events, advertising and any profiles you think might be worth sharing to Thank you to everyone who has shown support. If you wish to subscribe, contact me on the above email. subs for 2010 are $60 for three issues. !
Linda Douglas
( Publisher/Editor)
At 13:04 on April 12, 2010, Marian Macken said…
Thanks Robert, your message is actually the first I had heard of winning! It never occured to me to look on the Artspace website to see the results! Wish I could have been there, but luckily Tokyo is a nice alternative location!
At 19:37 on March 19, 2010, Sarah Bodman said…
Thank you Robert! We really enjoyed working on it, and quite sad that it has finished!
At 7:37 on March 5, 2010, Di Patmore said…
Good morning!
Just to let you know - someone called Natalie(I do not know her) has placed herself in my friends list and has also sent me messages saying I should be her friend on Facebook and Twitter.
I think she is a "worm" wanting back door access to personal details. I've blocked her from my page;you might want to keep an eye on her.
Everything else is good!
Cheers! Di

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