PRESS

 

THE STRANGER

"Seattle's most fascinating small press"
"...Mount Analogue’s aesthetic, a sort of punk surrealism with a quiet sense of humor and light witchery."

FULL COVER FEATURE (BY RICH SMITH) HERE

 

THE SEATTLE REVIEW OF BOOKS

"Colleen Louise Barry publishes weird and wonderful books under the name Mount Analogue. It’s not just the name of her press so much as a pseudonym; the names “Mount Analogue” and “Colleen Louise Barry” are basically synonymous, the way “Nine Inch Nails” and “Trent Reznor” can be swapped out interchangeably."

     FULL INTERVIEW HERE

The Seattle Review of Books featured Mount Analogue projects on their site for a full week, which the above interview kick-off. To see the whole week, you can follow these links: 1. 2. 3. 4

 

 

THE LANDLOOKER SOCIETY

"LS: Who is Mount Analogue? How did it come to be?

CLB: Mount Analogue came about because it probably shouldn’t be. And from a desire to understand, produce, enjoy, elevate, and push what and how a book is and does. Language, image, interaction. Something real, something abstract, an experience. Art." 

FULL INTERVIEW HERE