This is the seventeenth issue of Puppet Notebook published in the Spring of 2010 by British UNIMA. News items include the reprieve for the Erlangen Festival in Germany and the launch of the National Puppetry Archive plus much more. Feature articles includes Rachel Riggs on A Fable of Our Time: Meeting Czech designer Petr Matasek; Paul Piris on Lively Research: The 2nd Scene des Chercheurs Conference min Paris; Part 2 of Jane Marie Law's In The Shape of A Person - The Variety of Ritual Uses of Effigy in Japan; Meg Amsden on Banished: A Puppet Film Made by Young People; Drew Colby on Experiencing Puppets for the First Time in Uganda; Maria San Sebastian Poch on Tolosa's New Puppet Centre. All this is tailed by a UK and International diary of forthcoming events.
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