Over the years my shop has been the focus of newspaper, radio and television stories. Here are a few of them just to give you a flavor of what others found interesting when visiting my print shop.
Letterpress operator makes his mark with antique technology
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Cornucopia, WI – Michael Coughlin didn’t know it, but he picked a great time to buy old printing presses. Lined up side by side in his print shop in this tiny Bayfield County community on the shore of Lake Superior are eight letterpresses and one offset press dating from the 1880s to the 1960s. There’s also a Linotype machine, large cases containing metal and wood type in various sizes and fonts, and a book-binding machine with four spools of white thread on top.” Read the full article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Love at first type: Michael Coughlin keeps alive the old-time tradition of printing
Minnesota Public Radio featured Superior Letterpress in the spring of 2009. Read the accompanying article, or listen to the interview right here.
Venture North visits Superior Letterpress Company
Duluth Minnesota’s award-winning PBS program came to Cornucopia where I had my shop for some 17 years, prior to moving it back to Minnesota in 2014. We have been given permission to share the PBS video with you, so enjoy the television tour of my old print shop. television tour of the shop.