A Look at Shanty Bay Press

{Ed. Note: Thank you to Walter Bachinski and Janis Butler for their many replies with information and pictures. Also to Crispin Elsted for his many comments, and to Eyal Reingold and Elizabeth Bosman for their comments. Lastly, putting this article together shows me, yet again, how invaluable a resource ‘Parenthesis’ is, so please support FPBA and subscribe  to ‘Parenthesis’!} Shanty Bay Press is a private … Continue reading A Look at Shanty Bay Press

Aesop’s Fables, Designed by Bruce Rogers, Limited Editions Club (1933)

The Fables of Aesop are credited to a man that lived in Ancient Greece sometime around 600 BCE. Aesop’s existence, while likely, is not completely certain, though writings about him are found in such sources as Aristotle, Herodotus, and Plutarch. The traditional description is that he was a slave who won his freedom by his cleverness. No direct writings of him survive, though many tales over the centuries and across cultures … Continue reading Aesop’s Fables, Designed by Bruce Rogers, Limited Editions Club (1933)