Avery began this book in November 1999 in collaboration with students
and faculty at the UTK Print Workshop, Department of Art, University
of Tennessee, Knoxville. Pictures That Give Hope was printed
during the Southern Graphics Council Conference at the Department of
Art, The University of Texas at Austin, March 2001. David Paar, M.D.
helped with the text. M.D. Williams helped with the digital layout of
the book and printed Dr. Avery's reduced relief engraving of The
Life Cycle of HIV Showing Sites of Action of Medications attached
to the back cover. It is printed on Japanese Chiri handmade paper. The
book was set in Adobe Caslon and printed by Bradley Hutchinson at Digital
Letterpress in Austin, Texas, on Zerkall mouldmade paper contributed
by Barry Moser. Eric Avery made the endsheet paper from abaca, cotton
rags and used surgical towels. Britt Stadig coordinated the assembly
and binding by volunteers.