A few months ago, a prominent university press could not find
a U.S. printer that would work on its book, which was to
accompany a museum exhibit. All their usual vendors and
dozens of others refused it, and they eventually contracted
with a European printer.
Bill Bowers" <
> Of course that whole area is a bit, well, 'conflicted'. In the 1970s a
> Medina, Ohio printing firm held a fanzine of mine for nearly two weeks,
> before informing me that they "didn't have to print that _kind_ of
> stuff". They never would give me a reason in writing, but I'm pretty sure
> it was the full-page illustration of a crucified alien that upset their
> I refuse to read anything into the fact that the Very Same company was, at
> the time, making Big Bucks printing posters. Including, yes, the
> nipple-enhanced Farrah Fawcett one that was so prominent at the time....
> Different kind of "stuff", I presume.
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