Sorry to go briefly off-topic, but this periodical has an interesting history. It started in the early 1980s as "Calligraphy Idea Exchange". After a few years, there were some complaints that there was, in fact, very little exchange of ideas, and the title was changed to "Calligraphy Review". I'm not sure when it changed to "Letter Arts Review" as I stopped my subscription when the calligraphic content began to lessen,(IMO) in the early 1990s. I expect that this was the reason for the second change of title. I still have my collection of twenty-six of the early editions, and I still refer to them, often. They were, and probably still are, produced to the highest standard on beautiful paper.
....that issue of Letter Arts Review (as well as all the other back issues) is available at John Neal Bookseller on this page.
Edited by caliken, 28 November 2012 - 11:23.