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Four recent book projects included a full suite of our services:
- developmental editing
- book design
- typography design
- pre-production and artwork creation
- printing specification and sourcing
- final proofs and print production coordination
In my experience, the world is a living wonder, overloaded with magnificent choices to discover, explore and adventure in. It is a happy place where living can be mostly a continual joy.
With virtually no spare cash my dreams nonetheless demanded expression … and freedom to sail over the horizon to a life of ocean adventure and challenge.Lindsay Peart
I remembered CK. Stead’s sonnets in Walking Westward. I loved them, but as with the Jerusalem sonnets, their freedom worried me. I didn’t know how to proceed along those lines.
I was amazed too by what looked like an upside down sonnet by M. K. Joseph. So in the end I went with the dictionary definition.
Lindsay’s book is a wonderful and photo-illustrated memoir spanning the past 90 years, including wartime postings in Pacific islands, family life and work in Australia and New Zealand, the extensive travels in Europe and Asia, and many years of Pacific sailing adventures with a bevy of companions.
Kit decided to make a sequence of sonnets celebrating his ex-workmates and the history of the Auckland Harbour Bridge. As a rigger he collected 1200 slides from twenty years working on the bridge. An intriguing personal history. The photos are held in Collections at the Auckland Museum.