The fascination with monotype and monoprint never diminishes, thanks to the primal thrill of making a mark, combined with suspense and surprise as paper is lifted from a press. Recent prints from more than 70 top artists across the US demonstrate what monotypes and monoprints offer to artists and the broader world of art, while Kernan, a professional printmaker, provides a view from the studio. She explains the processes and motivations for making singular prints, as well as current practice and context. Examples include unique prints and variations that cross boundaries with combinations of collage, collagraph, direct and transfer drawing, painting, photosensitive plates, digital printing, and paper casting with stencils. With their backgrounds in curating, collecting, and art history, Laura G. Einstein draws us into the history and traditions of the forms, and Janice Oresman writes as a collector about the fascination of monotype as a magically spontaneous process.