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The Resource Noemia / José B. Adolph

Noemia / José B. Adolph

Label
Noemia / José B. Adolph
Title
Noemia / José B. Adolph
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
spa
Cataloging source
CLU
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Noemia / José B. Adolph
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Short story
  • One of the "libros cartoneros" currently being produced throughout Latin America by non-profit community projects such as Eloísa Cartonera, the first such project, founded in Buenos Aires in 2003 by artists Javier Barilaro and Fernanda Laguna, and writer Washington Cucurto, and Sarita Cartonera, a similar project based in Lima, Peru, organized the following year in 2004. Inexpensively-photocopied avant guard and experimental texts by well-known, as well as new, writers, alive as well as deceased, are bound in covers made from pieces of cardboard boxes scavenged from the garbage by "cartoneros", and hand-painted by them in unique designs. This collaborative effort of writers, artists, and "cartoneros" has made books affordable and accessible to more readers, popularized marginal literature, created new uses for discarded materials, and provided jobs for garbage scavengers
  • "Ejemplar realizado por cartoneros de la ciudad de Lima. Encuadernado y pintado de tapas por ellos mismos en la Casa Municipal del Vecino No. 5. Calle Santa Mariana de Paredes 130, Cercado de Lima"--Front pastedown
  • "Ediciones Sarita Cartonera del Perú, 2004. Proyecto social, cultural y comunitario sin fines de lucro"--Front pastedown
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
14 p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: colored corrugated cardboard binding, printed in orange, turquoise, white, and black; author and title hand-lettered on upper cover in multi-color tempera paints. Purchase, Feria Internacional del Libro de Lima, 2006.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)143401933
  • ucoclc143401933
Label
Noemia / José B. Adolph
Publication
Note
  • Short story
  • One of the "libros cartoneros" currently being produced throughout Latin America by non-profit community projects such as Eloísa Cartonera, the first such project, founded in Buenos Aires in 2003 by artists Javier Barilaro and Fernanda Laguna, and writer Washington Cucurto, and Sarita Cartonera, a similar project based in Lima, Peru, organized the following year in 2004. Inexpensively-photocopied avant guard and experimental texts by well-known, as well as new, writers, alive as well as deceased, are bound in covers made from pieces of cardboard boxes scavenged from the garbage by "cartoneros", and hand-painted by them in unique designs. This collaborative effort of writers, artists, and "cartoneros" has made books affordable and accessible to more readers, popularized marginal literature, created new uses for discarded materials, and provided jobs for garbage scavengers
  • "Ejemplar realizado por cartoneros de la ciudad de Lima. Encuadernado y pintado de tapas por ellos mismos en la Casa Municipal del Vecino No. 5. Calle Santa Mariana de Paredes 130, Cercado de Lima"--Front pastedown
  • "Ediciones Sarita Cartonera del Perú, 2004. Proyecto social, cultural y comunitario sin fines de lucro"--Front pastedown
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
14 p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: colored corrugated cardboard binding, printed in orange, turquoise, white, and black; author and title hand-lettered on upper cover in multi-color tempera paints. Purchase, Feria Internacional del Libro de Lima, 2006.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)143401933
  • ucoclc143401933

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