Tiana Clark/ Barry Moser Broadside
This broadside was produced for the Boutelle-Day Poetry Center at Smith College to commemorate Tiana Clark’s time on campus as the Grace Hazard Conklin Writer-In-Residence 2021-2022. The broadside was designed by Barry Moser, Printer to the College, who also did the watercolor and was reproduced under the direction of Stephen Stinehour at Puritan Capitol in Hollis, New Hampshire. The typography was printed by Arthur Larson at his Horton Tank Graphics in Hadley, Massachusetts. The paper is Mohawk Cover. “I Stare at a Cormorant” first appeared in The Atlantic in January 2021 and is used by permission of the author.
Signed by Tiana Clark and Barry Moser.
Numbered edition of 100
17" H x 11" W
Member Price: $180.00
About the Boutelle-Day Poetry Center
Since 1997, The Boutelle-Day Poetry Center at Smith College has been devoted to promoting poetry within our vibrant campus as well as the wider New England community. The Poetry Center's ambitious reading series brings both internationally known writers and exceptional emerging poets to Smith College each year.
To commemorate the opening of the Poetry Center an ongoing series of fine letterpress broadsides was initiated. Barry Moser, artist and printer to the college, donates his time to this project, designing and creating original engravings. These are limited edition broadsides, signed by both the author and the artist.