David Need has taught at Duke University in the Department of Religion and the Slavic and Eurasian Studies Department since 1997. His poetry and essays on poetry have appeared in Hambone, Talisman, Golden Handcuffs Review, Spoke, and Oyster Boy. Since 2009, he has curated an occasional long-poem reading series “Arcade Taberna.” David’s chapbook, “Offshore St. Mark,” is scheduled to be published by Three Count Pour in 2014.

Clare Johnson has exhibited widely throughout the UK (including at the Jerwood Space and Lauderdale House) before returning to her native Seattle in 2010. Solo exhibitions include a 35-piece drawing project about childhood experiences with asthma that is on permanent display at Guy’s Hospital in London. Awards include a ‘Best of Seattle’ from Seattle Magazine for her ongoing Post-it Note Project, which combines drawing and writing and was recognized as ‘Best New Take on the Memoir.’

Since 1996, Horse & Buggy Press books have won regional and national awards for their design, production, and content. Many titles find their way to special collections and rare libraries across the globe. Dave Wofford collaborates with established story tellers (Allan Gurganus), prolific poets and essayists (John Lane and Jeffery Beam), award-winning illustrators (Ippy Patterson), photographers (Rob McDonald, Roger May) and talented artists, writers, and historians creating important work in a variety of media and addressing issues of our day. Produced with a loving attention to detail from design through a mix of production processes, these fine press titles often utilize hand-printing on the letterpress in order to create tactile, intimate cultural artifacts to be treasured for generations to come.



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