Huskiana Press is creating Student letterpress projects
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We are an experiential letterpress studio in the Northeastern English Department and directed by Ryan Cordell. We are not a commercial shop: we do not take orders in exchange for money. Instead, we are a teaching, learning, and experimentation studio for our students, faculty, staff, and community members. You can help us sponsor applied research in book history and creative projects by students and faculty, offer experiential workshops in the history of print technologies, teach modules in classes across departments, and foster a community of makers on campus. We are especially interested in experiments that blend historical and contemporary technologies, such as intersections between letterpress and 3D printing, and in creative projects that engage with the rich materiality of letterpress production.
Tiers
Printer's Devil
$5 or more per month

Helps keeps us in ink, paper, and type, ready for classes and workshops

Apprentice
$10 or more per month

Helps the press run workshops and classes, as well as to grow, by hiring and training part-time student assistants.

Journeyman
$25 or more per month

Helps the press support a stipended graduate assistant in the press each academic year, both to assist in our operations and expand their own teaching repertoire. 

Master
$100 or more per month

Helps the press support a stipended graduate assistant for the full year, including through the summers, to build new curricula and make connections in the broader Boston community.

We are an experiential letterpress studio in the Northeastern English Department and directed by Ryan Cordell. We are not a commercial shop: we do not take orders in exchange for money. Instead, we are a teaching, learning, and experimentation studio for our students, faculty, staff, and community members. You can help us sponsor applied research in book history and creative projects by students and faculty, offer experiential workshops in the history of print technologies, teach modules in classes across departments, and foster a community of makers on campus. We are especially interested in experiments that blend historical and contemporary technologies, such as intersections between letterpress and 3D printing, and in creative projects that engage with the rich materiality of letterpress production.

Recent posts by Huskiana Press

Tiers
Printer's Devil
$5 or more per month

Helps keeps us in ink, paper, and type, ready for classes and workshops

Apprentice
$10 or more per month

Helps the press run workshops and classes, as well as to grow, by hiring and training part-time student assistants.

Journeyman
$25 or more per month

Helps the press support a stipended graduate assistant in the press each academic year, both to assist in our operations and expand their own teaching repertoire. 

Master
$100 or more per month

Helps the press support a stipended graduate assistant for the full year, including through the summers, to build new curricula and make connections in the broader Boston community.