Video: The POD Option: Using Print-On-Demand for Artist Book Projects

https://youtu.be/IZdhYVqehU8 This recording of “The POD Option: Using Print-On-Demand for Artist Book Projects,”  is a Zoom meeting presented on October 21, 2020.  Self-publishing through print-on-demand (POD) services such as Blurb Books offer an affordable way for artists to develop and present complete artistic visions or projects and distribute their work in a print run of... Continue Reading →

Ramen Rambles: An Invitation

I am pleased to announce that, starting October 2, 2017, Ramen Rambles: Words and Photos by David Firman will be on exhibit at Winnipeg’s Gas Station Arts Centre. Here are the details: Gas Station Arts Centre 445 River Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3L 0C3 October 2-31, 2017 (but it will likely run until mid-January 2018) Monday-Friday,... Continue Reading →

Meet Me At The Fair

Coming Event: Canzine Winnipeg I hope to meet some of you at my table of small press books on Saturday, October 22, 2016. That's the date of Canzine Central and The Winnipeg Anarchist Bookfair at the downtown Millennium Library, 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm. It's billed as a "giant zine fair including comics, zines, small... Continue Reading →

Bridge of Lights: Building a Book

The last two posts to WalkClickMake have focussed on a small project I am working on, a walk down Winnipeg’s Arlington Street in Winnipeg and across the splendid landmark at its midpoint, the Arlington Bridge. The idea began innocently enough last May, with a casual walk across the bridge and an opportunity to play with... Continue Reading →

Making Books: New and Upcoming Titles

The title of my blog is WalkClickMake. As the subtitle says, my goal is to explore the unlikely intersections of walking, photography and making. One of those “unlikely intersections” is my growing collection of small, affordable books. Each volume is at the “making” end of a process that begins with a walk, leads to a... Continue Reading →

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