Sandy King and I are getting close to the completion of our new book on carbon transfer printing. I could say more about it here, but check out the new page for The Carbon Print for full details on the book and availability. This book will be a must have for anyone seriously interested in carbon transfer.
I am happy to have two prints in Jill Enfield's new book, Jill Enfield's Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes: Popular Historical and Contemporary Techniques. Both prints are kallitypes I printed in 2009.
Hot off the presses this summer, Jill's book promises to be a must have for new and experienced alt process printers. I haven't gotten my hands on a copy yet, but the preview pages show a good mix of basic tools and techniques as well as practical instructions on specific processes.
Carbon and Gravure are not covered. I wouldn't expect either process to be covered in a general guide. However, she does go well beyond basic processes for beginners, including, for example, gum and collodion. I am particularly interested in her coverage of digital film and tool as and techniques.