Soberscove Press seeks to publish art-related material that is difficult to access and/or that fills a gap in the literature. By "difficult to access", we mean material whose audience is primarily limited to specialists because it is in archives, not in translation, out-of-print, and/or whose readership is limited due to the demands of peer-review scholarly publishing. Soberscove is also eager to engage with artists in the production of artists' books that fit with our list.
NEWS & EVENTS
- Soberscove is SPD's "Press of the Month":
30% OFF ALL SOBERSCOVE TITLES
when ordered through SPD in May!
Book Launch Event with Shifter Magazine
5-7 pm, Parsons, 25 E. 13th St, 5th Flr (NYC)
Available May 15
Subject Matter of the Artist:
Writings by Robert Goodnough, 1950-1965
edited by Helen A. Harrison; foreword by Irving Sandler
UPCOMING IN FALL 2013/WINTER 2014:
The Place of Sculpture in Daily Life (1895)
Edmund Gosse; edited by Martina Droth;
foreword by David J. Getsy
Learning by Doing at the Farm: Craft, Science, and Counterculture in Modern California
edited by Robert Kett and Anna Kryczka
A Series of Artists' Board Books:
Davin Brainard (Detroit)
Zehra Khan & Tim Winn (Providence)
Jessie Mott (Chicago)
Carrie Solomon (Paris)
Brad Tucker (Austin)
For more information about these titles, contact us.