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Audio Interviews with Barry Moser

Barry Moser fills us in on what he has been doing since his last visit with Don Swaim in this 1990 interview. He has completed his first children’s book and has also done an illustrated version of Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde. Barry also explains to us some of the techniques and processes of printmaking.

Listen to the Barry Moser interview with Don Swaim, June 20, 1990, RealAudio
(30 min. 00 sec.)

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Barry Moser has experience as a designer, printmaker, painter, illustrator, printer, author, teacher and lecturer throughout his career. In this 1985 interview, he talks about his printing company, where he designs, illustrates and prints custom books independently. The wood carvings that he creates to illustrate his books are all custom made by hand. These custom made books are of such fine quality that they will last for ages and their pages will not yellow. He specializes in limited edition copies, which, when in high demand, people are willing to shell out big money.

Listen to the Barry Moser interview with Don Swaim, May 14, 1985
(37 min. 37 sec.)

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For many years most of the best writers of the English language found their way to Don Swaim's CBS Radio studio in New York. Wired for Books is proud to webcast these interviews in their entirety.

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