[LMB] OT: AKICOTL: category or genre of book that ...
rcrcoll6 at gmail.com
Wed May 12 03:01:59 BST 2021
There was a 2 volume book I've been looking for off and on called, I
believe, "A History of Fandom" I don't think it was ever turned into a
On Tue, May 11, 2021, 8:36 PM Sharon Micenko <wembleyware at gmail.com> wrote:
> All I can think of is graphic novel.
> > On 12 May 2021, at 8:46 am, Pouncer via Lois-Bujold <
> lois-bujold at lists.herald.co.uk> wrote:
> > I relay a question from a conversation, in hopes.
> > What word describes the general kind of book or literature
> > for which I can only wave my hands and perhaps provide
> > a few examples?
> > This is a style of physical (dead tree) book that is
> > neglected among e-books. Every page is densely graphical.
> > Intentionally set in non-standard lines. Illustrated,
> > sometimes the hand-lettered text constrained in shapes
> > related to the concept being conveyed. Often monochrome
> > but if so, usually NOT Black on White.
> > Ram Dass's _Be Here Now_. John Muir _How to Keep
> > Your Volkswagon Alive_. At the edges of the category
> > might be Edward Tufte's _Visual Display of Quantitative
> > Information_. 'Zines and anthologies of zines.
> > A lot of the small- or self-published books in the
> > 1970s and 80s were of this ... ilk?
> > Suggestions?
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