the state of publishing

what was it? fun!

a conversation, salon style, in which breakout groups discussed ideas that mattered most to them. i had invited all the people i’d ever worked with, as a freelance writer-designer-photographer, in my hometown of raleigh-durham to join us. i invited them to discuss, whatever might emerge, when it came to thinking things through–together–about modern technology’s additional facets on publishing. mercury studios, durham nc 2012

hat tip john boylan, whose conversation salons at vermillion in seattle had inspired me to try it in my hometown.

‘the state of publishing,’ durham nc, 2012