---A couple magazines here today:
CEMETERY DANCE #52, '05, (Laymon, Piccirilli, Carol Serling, Harry Shannon, Tamara Thorne, etc.), new 5.00---I have sent my order in to PS Publishing for the following, but if anyone who hasn’t already asked me to get any wants some, let me know:
INTERZONE #199, 8/05, (slick UK magazine; Charles Stross, Neal Asher, etc.), new $6
THESE TITLES ARE NOW AVAILABLE!---Working on August update of Catalog Data for burning on CD, adding to New Arrivals intro a bit about my continuing fetish with taking digital covershots of books dredged up from the cellar--a project that has metastasized in to something larger than my ability to control it. Here is what I came up with:
We've got the new issue (# 4) of POSTSCRIPTS magazine coming up (150 hardcovers at £50/$80 and regular digest-sized paperback at £6/$10); plus SANITY AND THE LADY by Brian Aldiss (500 regular hardcovers at £25/$45 and 200 slipcased hardcovers at £60/$90) and THE PERIODIC TABLE OF SCIENCE FICTION by Michael Swanwick (500 regular hardcovers at £25/$45 and 200 slipcased hardcovers at £60/$90). PLEASE NOTE NEW LOWER PRICES ON OUR REGULAR TRADE HARDCOVERS. Let me know how many copies you'd like of each title.
The same goes for our other recent titles, TWOC by Graham Joyce (500 hardcovers at £35/$50 and 200 slipcases at £60/$90) and THE EXTRAORDINARY VOYAGE OF JULES VERNE by Eric Brown (500 paperbacks at £10/$18 and 300 hardcovers at £25/$45).
And be sure to check out the JPEG covershots of catalogued (or being-catalogued) books in the images folder on this disc. Additional covershots of books not yet catalogued, or catalogued earlier and taken out of Catalog Data to make room for newer images, are available on the CD-Rs for Covershots 1, 2 & 3 (in progress). All of this will soon be available on a single DVD-R. If you are interested in receiving it, let me know.
Also on this disc is a directory of jpeg images, listing merely article-less book titles. This directory is in tab-separated text format sorted both by title and by place to be found. You could easily export this to a database of your own: there are merely three fields (folder, title & disc). If I ever can finally get all the books at least with their covershots, I hope I can go back and list them more properly. Until then, if you see something you want and can't find a catalog listing for it, let me know and I will get it out and send you a quote.