After quite a while resting on my more or less laurels (past listings) it's time to get a move on and put up some more listings. My goal is five books every day from now on. This should be achievable, but not according to my past performance.

These books get listed in three places: on Amazon, Biblio, and Half. Books without ISBNs (older books) generally will not be listed on half. My prices might vary between these three places. Amazon and Half tell me competing prices, so I peg mine on them. Thus, if the lowest price for Deadly Percheron is $98 on Amazon, I might peg mine at $95. If it weren't my only copy maybe I'd be more reasonable. In fact, I think my Biblio listing is more reasonable.

Going forward (and possibly backward), links to titles of books will send you to the main Amazon listing. My listing will be somewhere amidst the other maybe 237 listings. This is where my photo of the book can be seen, which will probably be a better one than the one Amazon features. Half doesn't let me attach my own photo—at least I don't think it does. Photos are also at biblio. Lots of older listings still don't have photos. Nor updated prices.

I've been lousy at selling direct via email. Sorry about that, if you've tried me. Listing through the major portals keeps me honest—also prompt and reliable.

Friday, September 28, 2007

blogmail sent

---Finally sent a brief blogmail to all my undisclosed recipients, thinking maybe a few might be interested in the Fantagraphics offer. Comics are not so much my particular thing, but if they were I know I would be a big fan of what Fantagraphics puts out, especially in reprinting vintage stuff. I know I need to start getting a few orders to publishers sent out again. Lately, though, I've been mainly chipping away at what I've long had in stock through listings on biblio and
---Rec’d a mailing from Fantagraphics Books with one-time super discount on all Fantagraphics Books & comics! I could pass along a 40% discount on any of their titles, at least for now.
---Finally catalogued a few stray items that have come in over the past few weeks: issues of Tales of the Unanticipated and Talebones and the couple books from Perseus Distribution.

Monday, September 24, 2007

09/24/07 MON:
---Here today from Perseus Distribution (neé Publishers Group West and Consortium):
Jones, Stephen (ed) THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF BEST NEW HORROR 17, Carroll & Graf '06, 1st US, (the world’s premier Year’s Best horror anthology series; also contains a comprehensive overview the year in horror), of new 13.95

Tan, Cecilia (ed) A TASTE OF MIDNIGHT: Sensual Vampire Stories, Blue Moon '06, (collects the very best of tasteful vampire erotica), new 14.95
---Nice to know I still have an account somewhere. Discount 30% on these, as ever. I would have thought this would be the place to get the latest Sturgeon volume, but checking the publisher's website it seems maybe Random House in now their distributor. Hard to keep track, especially when you are not keeping track.

Friday, September 21, 2007

---Word from Mythos:
Mythos Books offers the following titles:

OMENS by Richard Gavin. Hardcover, $30.00. Full color wrap-around dj by Harry O. Morris. This is a collection of modern supernatural tales in the tradition of Robert Aickman, Thomas Ligotti and Michael Cisco.

DARK WISDOM by Gary Myers. Trade pb. $15.00. A new collection of Lovecraftian/Cthulhu Mythos stories by the author of THE HOUSE OF THE WORM.

THE BLACK SUTRA by Walter C. DeBill Jr. Trade pb. $20.00. A new collection of Lovecraftian/Cthulhu Mythos stories.

SECRET HOURS by Michael Cisco. Trade pb. $15.00. A collection of weird fiction and several Lovecraftian/Cthulhu Mythos stories.

UNHOLY DIMENSIONS by Jeffrey Thomas. Trade pb. $20.00. Omnibus collection of Jeffrey Thomas' Lovecraftian/Cthulhu Mythos short stories.

IN THE YADDITH TIME by Ann Schwader. Trade pb. $10.00. A futuristic horror/science fiction Cthulhu Mythos sonnet cycle illustrated by Steve Lines.

THE TALES OF INSPECTOR LEGRASSE by H.P. Lovecraft & C.J. Henderson. Trade pb. $20.00. Cthulhu Mythos tales featuring Lovecraft's Inspector Legrasse.

THE LOVECRAFT CHRONICLES by Peter Cannon. Trade pb. $15.00. Alternate history, blending fact and fiction, if Lovecraft had lived to a ripe old age.

ROBERT E. HOWARD: THE POWER OF THE WRITING MIND edited by Ben Szumskyj. Oversized trade pb. $15.00. Blend of fiction, poetry, non fiction by & about Robert E. Howard.

CRYPT OF CTHULHU 102-107. Chapbook/magazine. $4.50 each. Fiction, articles, poetry about H.P. Lovecraft & the Cthulhu Mythos.

Mythos Books

Sunday, September 16, 2007

---Went to penultimate day of big Planned Parenthood Book Sale today. Scrounged up a few things, mainly books I would want to read myself, given the chance (maybe another century of lifespan). Since the 84 or so books is more than I will be able to read anytime soon, I will be listing the ones I can (with ISBNs) on Meanwhile I have made JPEG covershots of the books to kick off my Covershots 10 folder for eventual CD-R burning. Covershots 9 now has 677 MB, which will fill up a CD if not overfill it--if I ever get a chance to burn it. My Superdrive burner on the eMac is on the fritz. Can't say I blame it, after all the paces I've put it through. Meanwhile, I think I can transport files I want to burn, like Covershots 9 and my Catalog Data, to my iBook using my iPod. But I would really like to get that Superdrive fixed or replaced. I think I will try to wangle a car ride sometime to the local Apple Store Genius Bar to see what can get done, but who knows when that will be.
---Here are the bare titles of what I picked up at the sale (more details and/or actual covershots available by request; links are to my listings on
alien blood
archer at large
archy and mehitabel
black spring
book of skaith
book of virtues
caldé of the long sun
city of the mind
clock without hands
collected stories - isaac bashevis singer
courtship rite
crash diet
cyber way
dangerous summer
dark forces
darwin's radio
deadly bride
experts speak
fires of eden
flower beneath the foot
fools die
foucault's pendulum
galactic empires
god's other son
hard landing
hunting the ghost dancer
losing battles
lost boy
lost swords- the first triad
michael innes treasury
more collected stories- v.s. pritchett
most likely to succeed
noon- 22nd century
nuclear age
number of the beast
one million a.d.
one step in the clouds
outline of history
oxford companion to english literature
perpetual light
phantom of the opera
power and terror
promise of rest
proper marriage
real thing
red dragon
red wheel 1 & 2
saturday evening post stories- 1958
science fiction tales
scientific romance
second light
sewer, gas & electric
skeleton crew
smithsonian institution
story of lucy gault
sword of winter
three hainish novels
towing jehovah
uncollected wodehouse
welcome to the city
white butterfly tpb
white butterfly mmpb
world of tiers
world's spring
xii- twelve short novels
y and other stories
---All but three are hcs or tpbs, a few firsts, publisher's editions, nice condition preferred in the picking.

Friday, September 14, 2007

---Word from Gauntlet:
Gauntlet Press is pleased to announce that Jack Ketchum's classic novel HIDE & SEEK is now going to press for a November release.. This will be an affordable trade paperback editions. All other editions are long sold out. Ketchum adds a unique afterword to the book. Rather than a "How-I-decided-to-write-the-book" approach, Ketchum penned a story of the girl who helped inspire the book. Publishers Weekly praised the book when it was first published as follows . . .
" In the early 1980s, Ketchum (the pseudonym of Dallas Mayr) published in paperback as gruesome and taut a horror novel as anyone had seen: Off Season. Perhaps because of the outrage the book engendered, Ketchum's second novel, Hide and Seek, received little support from its publisher when it appeared in mass market in 1984. That's a shame, not only because Mayr's career nose-dived commercially after that (though he's still writing and publishing), but because Hide and Seek is a good novel, strong and true, scary yet uplifting in the classic horror manner. Set during summer in the Maine coastal town of Dead River, the book divides into two parts. In the first, the narrator, local young man Dan, meets visiting college kids Casey, Kim and Steven; engages in some drinking and daring with them; falls for beautiful, wild Casey (they have sex in a graveyard) and learns what impels her to take risks: years ago, she was sexually abused by her fatherAabuse that led to the death of her younger brother. The book's second part provides the payoff to that meandering but tantalizing setup. In it, the quartet agrees to play hide-and-seek in a local haunted house. The game soon turns frightening, then deadly, as the four encounter the house's horrid inhabitants, not all human - a challenge that prompts Dan and others to grow up quickly. As in Off Season, the action is ultraviolent and shocking, but the point here, as there, isn't the grue but the spirit of those who must deal with it. Here, too, Ketchum writes with economy and power, in sentences that tighten like noose wire. Anyone who enjoys fine, hard horror will appreciate this novel."
There is one trade paperback edition ($16.95). Because this is a trade paperback we should be shipping sometime in November.
Lamont Ingram
Gauntlet Press Dealer Rep
---Wangled a ride to Planned Parenthood Book Sale opening day. Picked up these titles (more details and actual covershots available by request):
after the plague
alien planet
best of off off broadway
best sf- 1970
damnation alley
dawn powell at her best
day of the drones
devil & the good lord
encyclopedia of mystery and detection
everybody's autobiography
floating dragon
gods themselves
great science fiction by scientists
guy de maupassant 17-volume set (complete)
hearts and lives of men
hill of devi
iliad of homer
in america
in the hand of dante
in the problem pit
invaders on the moon
invasion of the body snatchers
iron dream
jacob's room & the waves
king solomon's mines / she / allan quatermain
last night
man in the high castle
martians, go home
midas world
miss wyoming
mister da v.
more soviet science fiction
night magic
night train
other voices, other rooms
peter kropotkin's memoirs of a revolutionist
phase iv
plutarch's lives
riven rock
robert lowell - collected prose
selected letters of john keats
shades of travis mcgee
silverleaf syndrome
space visitor
specter is haunting texas
stones of summer
story of a shipwrecked sailor
tactics of conquest
three from the 87th
three negro classics
time and tomorrow
tin drum
transmigration of timothy archer
unteleported man
vintage bradbury
volcano lover
voyage to arcturus
war of the end of the world
wheel of love
where angels fear to tread

Thursday, September 13, 2007

---Word from PS:
A selection of recent titles from PS Publishing - Click for more information

Welcome to the September 2007
E-Bulletin from PS Publishing

In this month's e-bulletin:

  • A warm welcome from our publisher, Pete Crowther
  • News of or major schedule update
  • Introducing our new PS Showcase short fiction mini-collections
  • A round-up of recent news from the PS Publishing News Room

Scroll on down!

A warm welcome from Pete Crowther

Hi everyone!

Another Monday morning and, just as the leaves are starting to fall from the trees, it looks as though Summer has finally come to the Yorkshire coast. But there's definitely a sense of autumn in the air, not least with the fact that in less than two weeks we'll be enjoying another FantasyCon, a regular late September feature on our calendar.

We always look forward to FantasyCon but this time we're even more excited than usual because I'll be handling the Master of Ceremonies duties. We're busy working to get Gary Fry's mini-collection - and the first title in our new PS Showcase series, hi-lighting newer authors whom we consider to be worthy of wider attention (see-below for more info) - ready for a launch on the Saturday night. And, of course, PS and some of its titles are up for the highly coveted British Fantasy Society Awards so we'll be keeping our fingers crossed.

See you at the con!

Major schedule update

We've just updated our current website with all the forthcoming titles that we hope to publish before the end of 2008. We've added 32 new titles to the 20-odd that we'd previously announced, so now there are over four dozen brand new books by some of the top names - and up-and-coming new talents - in genre fiction for your to look forward to and be tempted by.

Coming Soon! 'The City Beyond Play' by Philip José Farmer & Danny AdamsThe full list of additions is available over at the PS Publishing News Room, or you could just head straight on over to the forthcoming titles page of the website and have a browse through the new titles there.

Introducing our new PS Showcase mini-collections

'PS Showcase #1: Sanity and Other Delusions' by Gary FryThis month, September 2007, sees a brand new PS initiative hit the racks: PS Showcase.

The idea is to put out a series of mini story-collections - priced as per our novellas at £10 / $20 approx. for the hardcover and £25 / $50 approx. for the signed, jacketed hardcover - from writers whom we believe are deserving of more attention.

The first volume in the series is by Gary Fry and we're aiming to have his Sanity and Other Delusions available for a launch at FantasyCon.

See the PS Publishing News Room for more information from Pete on the PS Showcase concept.

PS Publishing News-Room round-up

Here's a selection of recent news items from the PS Publishing News Room.

Visit the News Room for even more PS News, or subscribe to our RSS feed to be automatically updated whenever new PS News is posted.

---Word from Hippocampus:

Dear Bookseller,

We've gotten a bit behind in announcing our latest releases, so please be advised the following four titles are now available. Full blurbs are posted at our website. If you would, please indicate quantities desired of each. Thanks!

Best wishes,
rick Hussey


WARNINGS TO THE CURIOUS: A Sheaf of Criticism on M. R. James

Edited by S. T. Joshi and Rosemary Pardoe

ISBN-13: 978-0-9771734-8-8

2007: 340 pp: $20.00

LAIR OF THE DREAMER: A Cthulhu Mythos Omnibus

By Franklyn Searight

With an Introduction by Robert M. Price, and Illustrations by Robert H. Knox

ISBN-13: 978-0-9793806-0-0

2007: 306 pp: $20.00

W. PAUL COOK: The Wandering Life of a Yankee Printer (With Selected Writings)

Edited By Sean Donnelly

ISBN-13: 978-0-9771734-6-4

2007: pp: $15.00

DEAD RECKONINGS: A Review Magazine for the Horror Field

Edited by S. T. Joshi and Jack Madison Haringa

No. 1 (Spring 2007): 100 pp

Single Issue Price: $7.50

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

---Word from Necro:


400 copies. Signed & Numbered
ISBN: 1-889186-76-7

[Deluxe Hardcover]

52 copies. Signed & lettered

If you already oredered THE HORN-CRANKER you DO NOT need to order this book. It is the same thing. It contains THE HORN-CRANKER novella along with the new full-length prequel novel THE MINOTAURESS.


By Edward Lee


Seething, slavering, and insane, it cringes, not wanting to slip forth from the noxious, bloated belly of its abyssal mother until the most hideous sexual atrocities beckon it from Hell’s hot bowels: the dread monstrosity of unfathomable beauty and the most vile horror--revulsion and desire incarnated into one...


Atop the moon-drenched hillock sits the leaning manse, surrounded by ancient graves rich with the bones of witches, and amid the dense cricket-choruses of these ghastly twilight deeps, it stalks, thrashes and prowls, its nipples gorged with evil, its loins a frenzy of Luciferic lust...


Behold Balls and Dicky (of THE BIGHEAD fame) as they embark on their first sociopathic epiphany teeming with down and dirty redneck whores, occult science, corpse-sex, and scatological gross-out the likes of which would make the BTK Killer faint. These boys think they’re bad...but are they bad enough to face--


Edward Lee’s latest novel of irredeemable harder-than-hardcore horror...


Dean Logan is a man with problems. The main one being his wife, a raging bitch. But she will soon be the least of his problems. Dean learns that his father has died and he must return to the ranch and come face-to-face with the life he left behind--a life full of sex, violence, drugs and cattle, lots of cattle. With the help of his do-nothing friend, Ajax, Dean will return to his old ways and quickly learn the secrets of his family and the evil that they've spawned. Time to test his old skills, skills that made him a legend--skills that may save his family and friends' lives

Necro Publications and Bedlam Press

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

---Word from Sarob:
News Update

MONSTER BEHIND THE WHEEL by Michael McCarty & Mark McLaughlin will not now
be published by Sarob Press.

But, according to Mike & Mark, the monster still lives. The novel will now
appear, in 2008, from Corrosion Press (an imprint of Delirium books – in both hardcover and paperback. Check out details at

---Haven't heard yet about my attempt to order some of Sarob's sale books, mentioned in earlier blog entry.

Monday, September 10, 2007

09/10/07 MON:
---Here today:
TALEBONES: Science Fiction & Dark Fantasy #35, 8/07, (William F. Nolan; James C. Glass, Jack Skillingstead, Darrell Schweitzer, G.O. Clark, Patricia Russo; more), new 7.00

Friday, September 7, 2007

---Word from Ash-Tree:
We are pleased to attach information on the new Ash-Tree Press title, Francis Brett Young's COLD HARBOUR. Praised by both H. P. Lovecraft and E. F. Bleiler this highly atmospheric macabre novel is guaranteed to provide a chill on the cold autumn evenings which are almost upon us.
Francis Brett Young (1884–1954) is one of Britain's underrated and neglected regional novelists, and, in his introduction to this new edition, John Howard discusses Young's life and the themes that dominate his novels. We're sure this is one you will enjoy.
We have a busy few months ahead. Currently at print is PASSING OF A GOD AND OTHER STORIES, the first of a three volume series which will collect all of the known short fiction of Henry S. Whitehead.
Almost ready for press is EXOTIC GOTHIC: FORBIDDEN TALES FROM OUR GOTHIC WORLD edited by Danel Olson of North Harris College, Houston, Texas. Danel teaches a course on Horror, Ghost, and Gothic Fiction, and, finding himself in need of suitable texts, decided to approach a number of authors whose stories would provide what he needed. So in this new collection, you'll find stories of the Gothic from well-known names: Nicholas Royle, Thomas Tessier, Terry Dowling, Peter Crowther, Neil Gaiman, Thomas Ligotti, Steve Rasnic Tem, Brian Hodge, Nancy A. Collins, Joyce Carol Oates, and Barbara Roden amongst others. Twenty-three chilling pieces (Early November).
In final proofing stages is the stunning new collection by Reggie Oliver, his first with Ash-Tree Press, entitled MASQUES OF SATAN: Twelve Tales and a Novella. The reptuation that Reggie has acquired is sure to make this collection much sought after. Make sure we have your reservation well in advance of publication (late November).
And to round off our plans for 2007, we shall be reprinting J. S. Leatherbarrow's A NATURAL BODY AND A SPIRITUAL BODY, adding one fugitive tale to the original collection.
All best wishes,
Christopher and Barbara

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

09/05/07 WED:
---Updated catalog data files for CD-R burning. See if I can’t get them uploaded to MediaFire file-sharing site--but it would still be better to get them on Google Base, so they could be searchable from the Internets.

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

---Word from Gauntlet (where I may yet get an order out to):
The newest title from Gauntlet Press, VISIONS OF DEATH: RICHARD MATHESON'S EDGAR ALLAN POE SCRIPTS, Vol. 1 is now at the print and we are taking orders for this SIGNED limited edition. Edited by Lawrence French, volume 1 contains Matheson's screenplays for "The Pit and the Pendulum" and "The Fall of the House of Usher." French details numerous differences between the Matheson script and the version filmed by acclaimed director Roger Corman. Numerous photos accompany each script.
Matheson has signed both the numbered and lettered editions of the book. Roger Corman and Joe Dante have signed the lettered edition.
The book comes in 2 states:
500 copy numbered edition, signed by Matheson. The cover price is $55.
52 copy bonded leather traycased lettered edition, signed by Matheson, Roger Corman and Joe Dante is $150.
If interested, please place your order. Please provide the following information:
(1) How many of the numbered edition you desire
(2) How many of the lettered edition you desire, if any

Lamont Ingram
Gauntlet Press Dealer Rep
09/04/07 TUE:
---Here today from TOTU Ink:
TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #28, sum/07, (Heroes Issue), new 10.00

Monday, September 3, 2007

---Word from Centipede:
Monday, 3 September, 2007


Dear Dealers:

Here are some forthcoming books from Centipede Press and
Millipede Press. You can put your orders in now, but you
will only be invoiced when the books actually ship.

Deliver Me From Eva
Paul Baily
introduction by Forrest J Ackerman
300 numbered copies
$45 cloth

The Search for Joseph Tully
William H. Hallahan
introduction by T.M. Wright
300 signed and numbered copies
$60 cloth

The Nightwalker
Thomas Tessier
introduction by Jack Ketchum
300 signed and numbered copies
$60 cloth

Bram Stoker
introduction by Patrick McGrath
illustrations by Greg Hildebrandt
available October
$250 cloth, in slicpase
500 numbered copies
$1,500 leather, in traycase
22 signed and numbered copies

The Shadow of the Torturer
Gene Wolfe
illustrations by Alexander Preuss
available October / November
$225 cloth, in slipcase
100 signed and numbered copies
$1,500 leather, in traycase
12 signed and numbered copies

H.P. Lovecraft
Masters of the Weird Tale
with photographs of H.P. Lovecraft and
Providence photographs by J.K. Potter
available most likely in December
$350 cloth, in slipcase
300 numbered copies
$1,500 leather, in traycase
22 signed and numbered copies

Don Brautigam
Artists Portfolio
10 x 14 inch full page paintings by Don Brautigam
introduction by Dean Koontz
$300 cloth, in slipcase
200 numbered copies
$750 leather, in traycase
22 signed and numbered copies

The Auctioneer
Joan Samson
introduction by Ed Gorman
$60 cloth
300 signed and numbered copies

An Anthology of Writing and Art
$150 cloth
300 copies
$250 cloth
signed by Susan Sontag, FJA, and many other contributors

with Helmut Wenske, John Stewart, Stuart Schiff, Arkham
House, James Turner, Henri Fuseli, Sigmund Freud, E.T.A.
Hoffmann, Max Ernst, Donald Barthelme, Mark Tansey, German
Expressionism, The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, Mildred Pierce,
Double Indemnity, James M. Cain, Robert Bloch, Edgar G.
Ulmer¹s Detour, J.K. Potter and more
$250 cloth
200 numbered copies
$1,000 leather
22 signed and numbered copies

Don Punchatz, David Lynch¹s Mulholland Drive, Octavio Paz,
Simone de Beauvoir, Ramsey Campbell, Borges, Isaac Bashevis
Singer, Virginia Woolf, Arthur Schnitzler, Arthur Moore,
John D. MacDonald, Herman Hesse, Stefan Zweig, Gustav
Meyrink, Han Nguyen, John Bonath, and more.
$250 cloth
200 numbered copies
$1,250 leather
22 signed and numbered copies

Masters of the Weird Tale
$250 cloth, in slipcase
300 numbered copies
$1,000 leather, in traycase
22 numbered copies

Mary Shelley
introduction by Patrick McGrath
illustrations by Lynd Ward
$225 cloth, in slicpase
500 numbered copies
$1,000 leather, in traycase
22 signed and numbered copies

Two-Handed Engine
Henry Kuttner & C.L. Moore
frontispiece by Richard Powers
$225 cloth
300 numbered copies

various authors
$250 cloth
400 numbered copies
$1,000 leather
22 signed and numbered copies

Some of Your Blood
Theodore Sturgeon
introduction by Steve Tem
cover by Harry O. Morris
$12 paperback
$50 signed hardcover
$225 leather edition

The Face That Must Die
Ramsey Campbell
introduction by Poppy Z. Brite
photographs by J.K. Potter
$14 paperback
$60 signed hardcover
$225 leather edition

Here Comes a Candle
Fredric Brown
introduction by Pronzini
$14 paperback
$50 signed hardcover
$225 leather edition

The Tenant
Roland Topor
introduction by Thomas Ligotti
with art by Roland Topor
$13 paperback
$45 signed hardcover
$225 leather edition

Falling Angel
William Hjortsberg
introduction by James Crumley
foreword by Ridley Scott
$14 paperback
$65 signed hardcover
$250 leather edition

The Deadly Percheron
John Franklin Bardin
introduction by Jonathan Lethem
$15 paperback
$65 signed hardcover
$225 leather edition

David Goodis
introduction by Pronzini
$14 paperback
$40 signed hardcover

Street of No Return
David Goodis
introduction by Robert Polito
$14 paperback
$40 signed hardcover

Mary Shelley
introduction by Patrick McGrath
with essays and film stills
frontispiece by Berni Wrightson
$16 paperback
$50 signed hardcover

Thank you all for your patronage. Let me know if you could
use any jpeg images of the books!

Best Regards,

Jerad Walters
Centipede Press
---Let me know if anyone wants me to get them any of these. Generally, I can give 15% discounts on the deluxe editions and 30% on trade editions.

Sunday, September 2, 2007

---Email rec'd:
Hi Chris

My name is James Beach and I publish Dark Discoveries magazine. I have been
doing it for about 4 years now and I recently put out issue #10. (The
website is: if you want to see a few examples of
issues we have done). I bought a couple of things from you a number of years
ago, but I wasn't aware you were still around honestly or I would have
dropped you a line sooner. Patrick, who does Talebones is a friend and had
mentioned you have carried some of his publications so I thought I might
drop you a line as well.

I didn't remember if you carried magazines in your catalogue or not, but if
you do and are interested in carrying Dark Discoveries please let me know. I
give the standard 40% discount off the cover price ($5.99). I still have a
number of the back issues in stock as well.

I'm also publishing a book next month, which features the debut story
collection of a regular for DD, Bill Gauthier. It's going to be a signed,
numbered trade paperback that features cover art and book design by Alan M.
Clark and an introduction by Thomas F. Monteleone. I'm just doing 250 copies
of it and already 170 have been reserved now so I don't think it will last
for long. The signature sheets are done and it should be going to press in
the next week or two. Please let me know if you wish any copies of this as
well. The cover price will be $13.99. All I'm doing at this point is putting people
down for reserve and not charging any money until it comes out.

Thanks - James

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