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More information about Lise and her books can be seen at the following sites:

Vamp and Tramp: Lise's dealers, Vicki and Lindsay, have a wonderful website with pictures and descriptions of many of Lise's books, along with a long list of work by other great book artists. In the list of Lise's books, there are also links to Twitter feeds, where one can see multiple images of the book.

Art + Books: a sampling of the work in an exhibition of artists' books from the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture at Duke University in Bingham, North Carolina. See sidebar for section on Lise's work.

Artistsbooksonline: an artist-run website which brings together a diverse range of artists who make one-off or small limited editions of books.

Artist in Transit: a wonderful blog written by Heather Saunders, an artist living in North Bay, Ontario. Her clever essays are well-written reviews and commentaries about exhibitions she's seen on her travels (and she travels a lot) or artist's talks, or conferences she's attended. This particular posting is an interview with Lise, about the environment/health series.

Uneven Earth: a web journal with a goal to collect, digest, and distribute crucial information on environmental and social justice conflicts around the world. It takes an explicitly political stance on today’s crises. This lively interview is by Cassandra Kuyvenhoven, who is is a doctoral candidate in the School of Environmental Studies at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. Her interests include waste management, governance, knowledge controversies, and sustainable alternatives to waste transportation.

Lise Melhorn-Boe—Forty Years of Artist's Bookmaking: a 40-minute talk I gave at the opening of an exhibition at Hotam Press Gallery, 218 East 4th Ave, Vancouver, on January 25th, 2020.

Con•nec•tion: Forty Years of Artist's Books: a 50-minute walk-through of the exhibition of the same name at The Window Art Gallery,Kingston, Ontario, on June 1st, 2020.

Textus-Texts-Textiles: Fabric Bookworks by Lise Melhorn-Boe is a virtual exhibition organized by the W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections Library at Queen's University.
Other book arts sites:

http://www.artistbooks.com/ (The wonderful Ed Hutchins and Editions Press.)

http://www.philobiblon.com/ (The Book Arts Web)


Other Pop-up Book sites:

http://robertsabuda.com/ (Robert Sabuda)

The Movable Book Society



Other Sites of Interest:

https://sewwhatpodcast.com/ (Sew What) Isabella Rosner talks about historical needlework with verve and enthusiasm. She also interviews other needlework scholars and artists.

https://hapticandhue.com/ Haptic & Hue explores the way in which cloth speaks to us and the impact it has on our lives. Host Joy Andrews looks at how fabric traditions have grown up and the innovations that underpin its creation. The podcast talks about the skills that go into constructing texties and what it means to the people who use it. The podcast explores the different light textiles cast on the story of humanity.