The 2018 Book, Jacket, and Journal Show entries have been announced!
The 2018 Show premiered in San Francisco, during the 2018 AUPresses Annual Meeting, and it’s now hitting the road. See if the 2018 Traveling Show is coming to a city near you!
2018 Show Committee
Marianne Jankowski, Chair, Northwestern University Press
Jessica A. Booth, University of Utah Press
Alan Brownoff, University of Alberta Press
Joel W. Coggins, University of Pittsburgh Press
Karen Copp, Iowa University Press
Lisa Hamm, Columbia University Press
Rachel Ross, Wayne State University Press
2018 Show Judges
Robert Bringhurst is known to most designers and typographers as the author of The Elements of Typographic Style, a book that is now in its fourth English edition and has been translated into ten other languages. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow in poetry, Phillips Fund Fellow at the American Philosophical Society, and Witter Bynner Fellow at the Library of Congress. He has also received the Frederic W. Goudy Award, the American Printing History Association’s Award for Distinguished Individual Achievement, and the coveted Edward Sapir Prize, awarded by the Society for Linguistic Anthropology. Among his recent works are Palatino: The Natural History of a Typeface (David Godine, 2016), The Typographic Legacy of Ludovico degli Arrighi (Editions Koch, 2016), and a long poem, Going Down Singing (Two Ponds Press, 2017).
Linda Secondari is the Creative Director and Principal at Studiolo Secondari, a design firm in NYC focusing on publication design, branding, and design strategy. Prior to establishing Studiolo she was Creative Director at Oxford University Press, where she managed a large international design team (New York, Toronto, Oxford, and Delhi) with a yearly title output of 3,000 plus titles. Before OUP, she was the Creative Director in charge of Manufacturing and Technology at Columbia University Press. Her work has been recognized by the AIGA, NY Book Show, Stiftung Buchkunst Competition of the Frankfurt Book Fair, and the AUPresses Book, Jacket, and Journal Show.
Sunra Thompson is Art Director at McSweeney’s, where his work spans Timothy McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, McSweeney’s Books, and Lucky Peach. His illustrations regularly appear in the New York Times. His work has been awarded an AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers selection and a Sappi Ideas That Matter grant.
Dan Wagstaff is Publicity and Marketing Manager at Publishers Group Canada, a Canadian book distributor that works with independent publishers from the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. He is the author of The Casual Optimist, a blog about books, design, and publishing. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Toronto.