no there is no deadline. this is an ongoing thing so feel free to send a contribution to the project any time. spread the word if you know of anybody who would also like to contribute:)
thanks so much for your message,
Abigail. Good to see you looking at ways to tour Micro Books. There must be hundreds of under utilised micro-film readers now that the focus of records searching has shifted on line. Good luck with it. Peter Anderson
Hello Abigail. Thanks for finding me and your lovely comment. Your work is wonderful! I can't wait to browse the rest of your page. I'm very interested by the discussions and exhibitions your involved in. Cheers, Brydie.
Christmas good thank you - yours? Nothing particularly exciting to report really, but still working hard! I keep looking at Microfilm Readers at the mo, so funny your little message came through - really wanna buy one!!! We should try and meet for a coffee soon? Maybe I could even come and meet you in your lunch hour or something? Good luck with all the funding apps!!! x
Moving is horrendous - i hate it! DIY is quite exciting tho! I have the book I exhibited at geekFest in an exhibition at the mo, but to be honest i am just trying to spend as much time as possible on the MA! And like you trying to juggle the business with that... I am always too ambitious with my ideas, but I'll keep you posted :)
Good luck with the exhibition in Liverpool and let me know how everything is going x
fancy meeting you here...thanks for the link...I love your book made of old envelopes, I have a large collection of old envelopes myself, it is amazing how diverse the patterning on the inside can be.