Blake List — Volume 1998 : Issue 36

Today's Topics:
	 Re: The Blake Archive
	 Molton Street pamphlet
	 Re:  The Blake Archive


Date: Tue, 23 Jun 1998 11:06:36 -0800
From: Ed Buryn 
Subject: Re: The Blake Archive
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Hi Patricia--

I'd like one, if there are still any available. Thank you.

Ed Buryn
PO Box 720
Nevada City CA 95959


Patricia Neill wrote:

> Ok, this isn't really a Blake sighting -- it is a Blake Archive siting
> (sorry, couldn't resist). Thought you'd all like to know.
> Also, last year, my boss Morris Eaves was in London. He happened to pick up
> a brochure from the House of William Blake. It is lovely, smashingly
> well-designed and scrumptious. I had to have one of my own, so I wrote to
> Tim, Ishani, David and Rakesh--the designers who are attempting to make a go
> of the House of William Blake. They sent me a bunch of them, and I'm willing
> to part with a few, if any of you are interested--just send me addresses.
> They are also currently attempting to figure out of way of acquiring a lease
> to the whole building -- apparently a very expensive property. The House of
> William Blake folks can be reached at or 17 South
> Molton Street, London W1Y 1DE, tel: 171 495 5654, web is
> Patricia Neill
>  Tuesday, June 23, 1998

Ed Buryn
creator of the William Blake Tarot of the Creative Imagination
"What is now proved was once only imagin'd." -- William Blake
Visit our TAROT page at


Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 20:27:31 -0500 (CDT)
From: (susan p. reilly)
Subject: Molton Street pamphlet
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Dear Patricia,
I received the brochure today---how strange! A consultancy in Blake's 
house--well, I guess it makes *some* kind of sense...


Date: Sun, 28 Jun 1998 13:32:48 EDT
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Just wanted to report that I received today the "House of William Blake"
brochure that Patricia Neill offered us a few days ago.  It is just as she
said: "lovely, smashingly well-designed and scrumptious."  Even though they
include a "Cogito ergo sum" (I think "Esse est percipi" would fit their
purpose better and be closer to Blake), their work is wonderfully imaginative,
delightful, and filled with beautifully rendered echoes of WB.

Thanks, Patricia!

--Tom Devine

End of blake-d Digest V1998 Issue #36