For the last decade, Palimpsest Press has been operating from my cramped basement. Besides the lack of space and chaos of papers, there is also the problem of storing books in the damp cavern frequently referred to as my house's basement. My letterpress is in the laundry room and my boxes of type share space with the cat's litter-box. I was more than a little excited about the prospect of having real office space, a space where domestic and office duties were clearly delineated. No more loads of laundry in between proof reading. In June my dreams were realized. Now I just have to tear down all of the interior and build something new.
Bye bye equestrian wallpaper and 70's paneling.