A brief publishy update

27 04 2018

There has been progress, of sorts, in the ongoing saga of my books. While the older editions have yet to disappear from the main online vendors (the wheels of behemoths sometimes turn slow, if indeed behemoths are those things that have wheels, which they’re probably not), listings for the new editions (which will be self-published) have begun to crop up.

Several of my older titles—Rare Unsigned Copy, Difficult Second Album, Flight 404, The Gordon Mamon Casebook—will either be retired or will be put up on blocks in the workshop, in preparation for re-tuning, repair, and possible subsequent re-release. (I’m currently halfway through a new Gordon Mamon story, so that may give some hint as to which titles may or may not be back in some form.)

For now, the titles which will come closest to maintaining continuity of publication are my two most recent books, Matters Arising from the Identification of the Body and Wide Brown Land: stories of Titan. The (re)release dates for these are April 30th (ebooks, both titles) and May 4th (paperbacks, both titles).

(Brief publishy update ends.)

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27 04 2018
Sue Bursztynski (@SueBursztynski)

Goodness, you’ve been busy! Two rereleases in a week! Ebook, fine, but how did you get the printer going so quickly? Or will it be POD?

27 04 2018
simonpetrie

They are POD; and there wasn’t much modification of the InDesign files needed — mainly minor changes to the front and back matter, and to the covers — so it hasn’t (touch wood) required too much work.

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