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  1. Hello,
    My name is Jillian Mamey and I am writing from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. I am looking to acquire a mailing address for Glenn Adamson through the Journal of Modern Craft.
    If someone could help me with this it would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you for your time,

    Jillian Mamey
    Public Relations Coordinator
    Santa Barbara Museum of Art
    [email protected]

  2. Hi,
    Am from India.
    Wanted to know if its possible to publish an article on a weaving craft of India. I have prepared it as a research paper, and its a documentation of weaving art and craft.


  3. I think I may have a small bowl from Stacy. I think an aunt picked one up in CA in the fifties or sixties. It is about 2and a half tall, fluted with wild wonderful huge flowers hand painted on it with “wild abandon.” The bottom has either a 113 or 773 a wild printed Stacy (with a funny S that could be a T” and a B under it. In black pen hand written on the white bottom. I am wondering if it is one of Stacy’s early pieces. Thank you,
    Curious Sue

  4. Dear editor,

    My name is Bang, Chang Hyun.

    I am very interested in contributing my new article for your print journal.

    I wonder when the due date for July /November issue is and where the submission guide is.

    I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Thank you so much.


    -Bang, Chang Hyun.

  5. I understand an aritcle by Sarah Warren dealing with the topic “Between Disparate Utopias: Craft in the Hudson Valley in the 1970s and 1980s” the Journal.. Can you tell me when it will appear so that I can keep on the lookout for it?

    Thank you for your help.

  6. Sarah Warren’s article ‘Selling Rhinebeck: Confrontation, Profit and the “Mass-Anxiety Attack” of the Northeast Craft Fair’ will be published in the July 2014 issue of The Journal of Modern Craft. I believe this is the article that you might be referring to. Details of this issue will be published on the website very soon.

  7. Looking for upcoming special issue on Ruth Asawa. Can you please tell me when it will be published and how to purchase? Thanks.

  8. I work for a museum library and we would like to acquire the special issue that is accompanying the exhibition Pathmakers. I do not yet see it for sale on Taylor & Francis. When is it expected to be available for sale?


  9. Hello Stephen, hope you are happy and well. I met you at the Material Culture in Action conference in Glasgow a few months ago. I have sent an email to both you and Tanya to the addresses that were on the card you gave me. Just wondering if you received them? All my best, Mae

  10. Dear Jennifer,
    The Journal of Modern Craft 8.2 is now available to purchase. You can buy an online version of the one issue for £85 (, or alternatively, which I think would be a better option, you can buy a year’s subscription for £31 (
    Do get in touch with Taylor and Francis via email – [email protected] – to ensure that you receive the copy that you would like (8.2). For more information see here
    Digital Editor.

  11. Dear Mae,
    Thank you for your message. I have received your email and I hope you received my reply.
    Looking forward to keeping in touch.
    Digital Editor.

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