Working for CNQ

I’ve spent the last few days working on a project for Canadian Notes & Queries, a venerable and pugnacious (because it still exists!) literary mag. It has recently reinvented its image in a more glossy sheen, and has borrowed a page, so to speak, from the Devil’s Artisan by including a letterpress keepsake for subscribers only. The work, all 350 copies, goes off in the mail tomorrow. I intended to post an image of the keepsake, but I think CN&Q might think that would be stealing a bit of thunder, but I may put up a teaser shot from the production phase tomorrow.

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