We are a husband and wife illustration / screen printing studio. We make art prints, greeting cards, and notebooks that are designed and hand printed in our home studio.
Randy Asplund Illustration
Medieval Book Arts done with authentic materials and techniques. Randy will demonstrate how books were written, illustrated and bound in the Middle Ages. He will also have original art and prints.
Quirky, clever woodblock prints from Ann Arbor-based printmaker. The Cakeasaurus Picture Book designs collectively tell a tale of a roguish cake-stealing monster, a town bereft of its just desserts, and a little boy, sleepless with birthday anticipation. For those unconcerned by cake thievery, other prints and handmade cards also available.
ChialooKate is all about sharing a love of books and pop culture with others. That and making people laugh.
Deep Wood Press
Chad Pastotnik will demonstrate intaglio printing.
We collaborate with authors and artists to create unique, hand-bound books in small editions.
Fly Paper Products
Hip & handmade stationary and gifts.
Happy Sparrow Shop
We find beauty in old, ordinary things. We search for each piece individually and give new life to the things that people discarded, transforming everyday objects into wearable and functional art.
Jim Horton will do some demonstrations of wood engraving materials and the illustration of books.
J2 ART LLC
Each letterpress print is created with my hand and antique printing machine. Letter type and printing plates are used for each color printed. Many prefer letterpress, as it has an embossed effect. Cards, posters, coasters, wine tags, gift tags and bookmarks will be available.
A painter mixing traditional methods with assemblage, collage and printmaking.
Amos Kennedy will demonstrate letterpress printing.
Laurel Moon Jewelry
Etched copper pendants with artwork from antique books, alphabets, and more
Moonmoth Press makes “reconstructed” blank journals from old discarded volumes. Products include concertina travel journals, soft-spine artist and writer journals, and album scrapbooks in addition to collaged cards.
Hand made decorative journals, albums, books & boxes using hand marbled paper. Botanical bookmarks. Leather & suede journals.
Out of Hand Papermaking Studio
Offers handmade paper and items made from paper
The Prankster Press
Printmaking, bookbinding, and letterpress shop located in Detroit's Eastern Market, run by Lyz Luidens. It is housed within the Riopelle Artist Collective, and hosts events, classes, and open studios regularly.
Popular Designs Handmade
Specializes in the creation of eco-friendly paper goods. The unique variety of designs featuring re-purposed maps and comics
Pretty Bookish began with a box of old books. An idea was born to give these discarded books a new life by turning them into pretty, handmade, repurposed products for people who are passionate book lovers and readers. Products include jewelry, bottle stoppers, and home decor.
Sloe Gin Fizz
Offering prints and stationery, Sloe Gin Fizz is the work of artist Nicole Ray. Her hand-drawn whimsical illustrations are highly accessible, infused with a playful sense of humor and a strong narrative quality. Line work and bold colors rule in works inspired by the animal world, everyday objects and beyond.
Independent printmaking studio, creating hand-pulled prints through the use of a variety of materials, techniques, and a solid steel etching press. Work is heavily inspired by nature, science, and the process of printmaking itself.
Jen Talley Art & Design
Jen's main goal is to dismantle the patriarchy one design at a time; the rest of the time she is a librarian and makes art for people who like stuff. From her home office she produces prints, stickers, magnets, and more.
Type Shy makes vintage-inspired, modern paper cut art and paper goods from discarded books and maps.
Urban Fairies Operations
Jonathan Wright is an Ann Arborite illustrator. He's been studying the infestation of urban fairies in Ann Arbor since 1993, the year the first fairy door was discovered in a baseboard of their home. "
Historical Bookbinding and Decorated Papers
Maker of hand-bound blank books and artist books with inspiration from Lake Superior and the Northwoods.
Jim Deak of Acorn Books is an antiquarian book dealer, who mainly deals at book shows and festivals and the Royal Oak Antiques and Collectibles Flea Market.
Ann Arbor Historical Foundation
Organized to promote and preserve Ann Arbor history through publications and educational activities.
Selling new & used mysteries in Ann Arbor for 25 years.
BHC Press is an alternative/hybrid press.
Independent community bookstore on Ann Arbor's north side. We carry a wide variety of new fiction and nonfiction along with an eclectic mix of classics, bestsellers and surprises. We have an extensive children's section and an array of hand-picked bargain books across all subjects.
Books of the Ages
Dealer in used and rare Children's Books including Tasha Tudor, Pop ups, Michael Hague, Picture Books, Classics, Award Winners, Series, Tolkien, Alcott, Anne Green Gables, Beatrix Potter, Winnie the Pooh.
Crazy Wisdom Bookstore & Tearoom
Since l982, Crazy Wisdom Bookstore has served as a center of information in the subjects of holistic health, bodymind therapies, psychology, Buddhism, alternative spiritual practices, spiritual development, sustainability, and consciousness. We also carry gifts, cards, jewelry, art, music, incense, ritual items, candles, aromatherapy, body tools and yoga supplies.
Fish Out of Water Books
Publishes non-fiction, creative non-fiction, and realistic fiction—about unforgettable circumstances and adventures and “normal” everyday happenings.
An independently run publisher of niche literature and art.
Grey Wolfe Publishing
An independent publishing house.
An independent, general bookstore featuring new literary fiction, poetry, cookbooks, kids books, and much more. We host author readings, story times, open mic nights, book clubs, and panels. Visit us, browse new books, sip coffee, and enjoy downtown Ann Arbor's newest independent bookstore.
University of Michigan Press
With our rich history of publishing expertise, we lead in the development of digital scholarship and support the dissemination of knowledge as widely and freely as possible.
Michigan Quarterly Review
MQR is an eclectic interdisciplinary journal of arts and culture that seeks to combine the best of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction with outstanding critical essays on literary, cultural, social, and political matters. The flagship journal of the University of Michigan, MQR draws on lively minds here and elsewhere, seeking to present accessible work of all varieties for sophisticated readers from within and without the academy.
Michigan State University Press
Founded in 1947, with the mission to be a catalyst for positive intellectual, social, and technological change through the publication of research and intellectual inquiry, making significant contributions to scholarship in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences.
Mossback Books/McCormick Book is a used book seller with general stock
Motte & Bailey Booksellers
A brick & mortar bookshop full of used & unusual books and scholarly tomes.
An award winning independent bookstore that has been part of the Ann Arbor community for over 20 years.
General used and antiquarian books and paper.
Sheldon Fine Books & Cards
Established in 1974 & specializing in American Civil War, Michigan history and collectible children's books.
Usborne Books & More
Usborne and Kane Miller children's books
Vault of Midnight
Our Prime Directive: To provide our customers with a unique and remarkable shopping experience that confounds the expectations of what is typically associated with a comic shop.
Wayne State University Press
A leading publisher of Great Lakes books, Judaica, and African American studies, as well as a wide range of other scholarly and general interest titles.
Wildemere Publishing is a Detroit-based small press that also provides editorial services for authors.
Publishes books written or edited by the eclectic mind of Ken Wachsberger, who also speaks, book coaches, and edits books by others.
Karen Dean Benson
Karen Benson writes historical fiction. Her Ladies of Mischief features young women pursuing dignity and their own identity within the social constraints of their time.
Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli
Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli writes the popular Emily Kincaid and Little Library mystery series, both series laid in Northern Michigan and published by Crooked Lane Books. Her novel, DEAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMEN (Midnight Ink Press) was chosen by Kirkus Reviews as one of the best novels of 2012.
Writer and nationally syndicated blogger. Her work is described as ""speculative fiction"" and often includes elements of mythology, fantasy, horror, and even romance.
Author of Troll Gurl and the Cursed Kingdom, a fairy tale romance and The Riley Sisters series of small-town romance.
The mission of Earthrise Press is to reach the reader, with works of a global, world-embracing vision.
Amy Fell loved to make up stories and pictures as a child growing up in NW Ohio. She has used her talents as an art teacher, artist and writer to write and illustrate books for children.
Lewis G. Gazoul
Extraordinary Fantasy Adventure Novel series "Druids of the Faerie" This still-evolving story encompasses a vast inhabited, mystical and wondrous land, breathtakingly real with pulsing forest, magic and spirits, and diverse beings.
The Good Eggs
A three-part children's book series (ages 6-12) teaching the important concepts of Virtues, Diversity, and Service!
Holland Writer's Group
Authors Jean Davis, Anjela Renee, Michael D. Jones & More
Robb N. Johnston
Independently published author/illustrator of picture books. His books are for all ages, combining beautiful storytelling with captivating images. His most recent book is titled "CRAVES" (2016).
Michael D. Jones
Presenting two recent books (Unlikely Trees, 2014; Overtime and The Dance, 2017), two Pushcart Prize nominated poems (broadsides), and one anthology of Michigan writers (Almost Touching).
Chef Jay Kinney
Healthy Cookbooks that will save you time, money and keep you in top-notch physical shape.
Knowledge Enrichment Enterprise provides services that enhance lifelong learning including writing, editing, and self-publishing, as well as consulting and educational support.
Doris Lemcke, author of fast-paced historical novels about strong women trapped by, “Love, Lies and Family Secrets."
Donald Levin is a novelist and poet. He is the author of the Martin Preuss mysteries, a series of detective novels set in and around the metropolitan Detroit region.
Author of two novels, multiple short stories, and a serial novel. His works frequently dabble in the paranormal as he plays with themes of identity, love, and tragedy.
The SKIE Series is an action-packed young adult sci-fi/fantasy filled with mystery, romance, action, humor, and more! Anybody with a love of futuristic worlds filled with AI technology and illegal experiments will want to read this.
Wanda and Winky tells the story of the Detroit Zoo's last two elephants who were given their freedom in 2005. The pachyderm pair was sent to live out their days in freedom at the PAWS ARK 2000 Sanctuary in San Andreas, CA. "
Michigan Mitt Maps, LLC
Includes 64 page (cover to cover) Michigan activity book, 392 reusable decals, 1 pair of mitts with both MI peninsulas to draw your route and place decals. Fun for selfies at Michigan landmarks. Ages 5 - Adult
Run With It
Run with It books are non-fiction based on real life at times done in series.
The Muse Crew
A group of writers who muse, review, and share what they've discovered through their individual writing journeys
Group of picture book, middle grade, and young adult authors and illustrators from the Michigan chapter of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI).
Jan Shoemaker's book, Flesh and Stones: Field Notes from a Finite World, was listed among the Top 10 nonfiction best-sellers by Michigan authors in 2016.
Laszlo Slomovits/Jennifer Burd
Poet Jennifer Burd and musician Laszlo Slomovits, collaborate on poetry set to music. They each have a number of solo books and CDs (respectively) as well as a joint publication.
International Book Awards 2016 finalist : a stirring novel about a woman's suspenseful journey across the blurred boundaries between sanity and madness, depression and healing.
Author of H₂Oh--Water on the Move! Water Walkers is the story of an Ojibway family who are walking around Lake Superior to raise awareness about the harm being done to the Great Lakes.
Author of Rooted Together, the true story of a mother and daughter who leave it all behind to find what they really need--time!
Author and illustrator of the children’s book INTO THE GARDEN - VERSES FOR HEARTS YOUNG & OLD, a collection of original poems and watercolors.
826michigan inspires school-aged students to write confidently and skillfully with the help of adult volunteers in their communities.
Ann Arbor District Library
The Ann Arbor District Library provides collections, programs, and leadership to promote the development of literate and informed citizens through open and equal access to cultural, intellectual, recreational, and information resources.
Ann Arbor Book Society
Our mission is to make Ann Arbor a book lover's destination, and to connect readers with the dynamic book culture in our community.
The Brass Tacks Ensemble
A local, member-based, professional theater troupe focused on storytelling, and devoted to exploring the connection between actor, text, and audience through established and original works.
Children's Literacy Network
We spotlight a very specific consequence of poverty. Socioeconomic hardship robs children of the opportunity to access books and develop a love of reading. CLN offers a simple and powerful solution. We gives these kids brand new books to keep and read over and over. It works!
Detroit Working Writers
Building great writers since 1900 through mentorship, workshops and conferences. Visit us to see the quality of books our members offer and to find out how you can join.
A K-8 Independent school where smart is cool and bright students thrive. Here, what’s best for children drives the curriculum—not tests.
The Friends of the Ann Arbor District Library (the Friends) is a committed non-profit group of volunteers which operates the Friends Book Shop in the downtown library and supports the activities of the Ann Arbor District Library.
Nonprofit street newspaper that seeks news and solutions for poverty and homelessness from the ground up.
Michigan Center for the Book
The MCFB is a non-profit organization charged with promoting an awareness of books, reading, literacy, authors and Michigan's rich literary heritage and is an affiliate of the National Center for the Book at the Library of Congress.
Michigan Humanities Council
Connects people and communities by fostering and creating quality cultural programs. In carrying out its mission, the MHC encourages and supports, through advocacy, fundraising and community engagement, a variety of activities which bring humanities scholars and the public together to examine culture.
Produce 30-minute television programs on academic books
Sisters In Crime
Group of published and working crime writers who offer support to one another during the publishing and writing process.
Summers-Knoll is a progressive, independent Preschool-8 school in Ann Arbor where students engage in real world, project-based learning.