This novel, situated in the 1950s on a small island along the southern coast, tells a life-changing story of three sisters. The author, Mirjam Kristensen, is an exquisite prosaist and storyteller. The book designed by Frode Bo Helland, is set in Neacademia, and published by Forlaget October.
Parenthesis is a journal publication that conveys bookbinding, typography, collecting, publishing and related areas. It is published twice a year, with a Fall and a Spring issue and supplied to members of the Fine Press Book Associations. Each issue is unique in its design and produced alternatively between North America and Europe. This issue was designed and typeset by Andrew Steeves in Neacademia by Sergei Egorov and printed at Gaspereau Press, Kentville, Nova Scotia. Current and past issues can be directly ordered from FPBA website.
This debut book from Dana Mills portrays contemporary rural life with unsentimental clarity. It presents a collection of short stories balancing between overwhelming circumstances, strange beauty and hope. For this beautiful yet simple design Andrew Steeves from Gaspereau Press selected Sergei Egorov’s typeface Neacademia. It was awarded in the 32nd edition of The Alcuin Awards, Canada’s national competition for excellence in book design.
One of the signatures of the first Russian translation of Hypnerotomachia Poliphili by Francesco Colonna (first published by Aldus Manutius in 1499). The translation is by Prof. B. M. Sokolov, and it is a work in progress. The book’s typography is by Sergei Egorov, set in his Neacademia Caption.