S E P T E M V R I - B Y - G E O - M I L E V main project 2011:

'SEPTEMVRI'; a new 3 lingual translation of the poem by Geo Milev

English, Nederlands, Deutsch

A publication in 4 languages;
The original Bulgarian, English, Dutch, and German

All prints from the book (two by two to scroll)

 * < It is so great to know that 'the book ' has changed from the idea it was in the beginning, via the dummy, into the 'actual book' >

 Working on the dummy and the book

Der Autor, das Projekt und seine Übersetzer.

" The Landscape of 'SEPTEMVRI'
  To the binding of the 80 exx. of the actual book

presentation in Burgas 1

presentation in Burgas 2

presentation in Burgas / Stara Zagaro

 Working on the pages
 

Press Publications on the Project 

coöperative Publishers / Uitgevers / Verlage: carpe plumbum Leipzig & It Plein 19, Easterlittens

Presentations in 2011:
­ 2nd - 5th of June at the MainzerMiniPressenMesse, Mainz, Germany
­ 30th of June at the P.K. Yavorov Library, Burgas, Bulgaria
­ 19th of November - 17th of December, Fries Grafisch Museum, Joure, Nederland:
­ 14th of December; Vinius Academy of Fine Arts, a lecture and show; Vilnius Lithuania.

The publication of the Bulgarian epic poem 'September', in a new translation in English from the Bulgarian by J.J. Visser
36 double page illustrations directly printed by Thomas Siemon ­ the complete series once black on white, and once gold on green ­ from the original lino-cuts by J.J. Visser; his woodcuts for cover, one (± 60 x 95 cm) bound as a folded middle page.

De uitgave van het episch gedicht 'September' in een nieuwe vertaling in het Nederlands uit het Bulgaars door J.J. Visser
36 illustraties over dubbele pagina's ­ de gehele serie zwart op wit en zo ook goud op groen ­ gedrukt door Thomas Siemon van de originele lino-sneden van J.J. Visser, houtsnedes van hem als boekomslag en een groot formaat (± 60 x 95 cm) gevouwen meegebonden als middenpagina.

Die Ausgabe von 'September'; ein Gedicht von Geo Milev von Monika Götze, Deutsch übersetzt aus dem Niederländischen; mit 36 Illustrationen von originale Linoleumschnitte von J.J. Visser gedruckt (von Thomas Siemon) ein mal schwarz auf Weiss und einmal Gold auf Grün, dazu Holzschnitte als Umschlag und eingenähten Mittelblatt.