Shakespeare wrote about roses, Wordsworth mentioned daffodils. We’ll pay homage to Dickens, Tennyson, Blake, and alphabet soup, mixing flowers/plants and metaphors into a vat of “rag” pulp from old books and pulp fiction. Join in and learn how art, literature and nature can be blended together into a paper best seller!
Jonathan Korejko is an experienced papermaker who teaches people about hand papermaking in colleges, schools, National Trust and RHS properties, gardens, museums, craft/trade fairs, and literature festivals. As a full-time, freelance practitioner, he shows and sells his paper to a wide audience, and gives talks and demonstrations to a variety of groups. His unique approach to blending papermaking with literature and recycling old books has fascinated people all over the UK.