Monthly Archives: December 2010

2010 by the numbers

This year was my busiest one yet, and while counting up the number of books, I thought I’d look at some more numbers. It turned up some interesting data: 6,024 pages typeset 1,896 illustrations included in publications 18 books worked … Continue reading

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Upcoming issue of Overland Journal

The winter issue of Overland Journal is at the printer and will be mailed out next week, so I thought I’d share the cover, which I am particularly fond of. The photo was taken by Roger Blair near Gering/Scotts Bluff, … Continue reading

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APA Style vs. Chicago Style

At Gonzaga University, most professors require their students to use APA Style in their papers. APA attempts to focus on maximum precision and clarity as writers attempt to portray their ideas on paper. However, since I’ve been working at Capital … Continue reading

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Putting a Library of Congress image to work

Just for fun, I thought I’d post this CD cover that I designed for a friend who had a long road trip ahead of him. I’m using the image that I discussed here.

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