As a juror, I helped The Idaho Center for the Book winnow down the 107 submissions it received to for its annual Booker's Dozen exhibit to about 14 that will travel to "venues in schools, libraries, and exhibition spaces throughout Idaho." I was astounded at the caliber of the work submitted.
For more information, visit ICB's website.
Courtesy of the Idaho Center for the Book, here are the winning entries from this year's competition:
Aaron Nelson, The Short Life
Sarah Lenz, Brown Bag Week
Brooke Burton, Hacked Vol. 3
Mike Scheef, EMZ Book One
Yael David-Cohen, Ageing I [sic]
Page Moran, Dead Man's Recipes
Will Spearman, The Document: A Brief History
Jill Fitterer, Orso Corpo, Terra/This is Exactly What Happened...(etc.)
Mariana Gutierrez, Book
Marilyn Cosho, The Big Book of Asperger Syndrome [sic]
William D. Lewis, Look Out!
Matt Bodett & Terra Feast, Between the Edges of the Space
Ajk Piercc + Tee Kho !, THROUGH Non-Human
Margarita Benitez, Untitled