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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > MAY 2016 > Mail bonding

Mail bonding

The artistic process behind Nick Bantock’s Griffin & Sabine

NICK BANTOCK’S epistolary novel Griffin & Sabine, which traces the metaphysical relationship between a postcard artist and a stamp illustrator, was a cultural touchstone during the early 1990s, selling millions of copies, spawning two sequels, and creating a cult-like following for the British-born artist. Now, 25 years later, the titular lovers have returned for the fourth book in the series, The Pharos Gate: Griffin & Sabine’s Lost Correspondence.

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