By Sarah Jones
No, we’re not giving away the Blake Quarterly (though sometimes we would like to). I previously promised a couple of giveaways to celebrate the fiftieth volume of the journal. The first is something that I would very much like, and I hope it will be equally appealing to others who are interested in Blake.
I’m not in a position to be offering an original Blake, but I am excited to have a print made by Michael Phillips from his re-creations of Blake’s relief-etched copperplates, printed by hand on handmade English off-white wove paper of c. 1927. The winner can choose one of the prints from the Songs that are listed as available on his site. The site also contains information about how the plates and prints are made. I’m grateful for Michael for working with me to make this giveaway possible.
Before I give the entry information I need to draw your attention to the terms and conditions. The prize includes one unframed print plus shipping to the winner’s address. To enter you do not need to provide anything other than your name and an e-mail address, which will be used only in the case that …read more