In an interview with Philip Sander for The Caribbean Beat, Sonia Farmer outlines her initial foray into the field of book arts, Poinciana Paper Press, and building a studio in The Bahamas:
“…I want my books to be a really tactile experience,” Farmer says. “I want the book to be part of the story.” She has several books of poems in the works — including, perhaps, one of her own writing: Farmer is a winner of the poetry prize in the Small Axe Literary Competition. And she’s keen to work on collaborations with visual artists, on “books that have to do with language and art.” Collaboration “is the spirit of small presses,” she explains — breathing new life into an old art…”
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