|Posted on Wednesday, July 16, 2003 - 11:18 am: |
This is where I'll give notice when, sadly, and issue is no longer available.
Issue #3 is currently in this state. When I make each issue, I set aside two copies of each issue for my records. Those are the only copies I have left. But good news, Clarkesworld Books still has copies.
What does this mean to the special offer to Night Shade Board new subscribers? Well, for the price of a subscription ($10, $15, or $20 depending on where you live) you can get all past issues in stock (1 and 2) and start your 5-issue subscription with issue #4 and run through issue #8. So, the offer is the same, but no more issue #3s to be included.
If you have questions, e-mail me.
|Posted on Wednesday, July 16, 2003 - 11:19 am: |
Here is the ToC of issue #3:
The Last Great Chance—Catherine Dybiec Holm
Sorry But...—Neal Barrett Jr.
The Goddess Cup—Brendan Connell
North of the Sun, West of the Moon—Michael Penncavage
Quantum Realities—Rochelle Mitchell
Opening Night—Sandra McDonald
Television Shoes—Vincent W. Sakowski
The Copernicker Rebbe—Lucy Cohen Schmeidler
Snow Tomb—Christina Sng
Brought to You By—Kevin L. Donihe
EUREKA!—Kevin L. Donihe
America's Most Wanted—Jonathan Brandt
Attic Space: Dream Theater—Bill Braun
The Nitwit's Nitpicks: Jeff VanderMeer's CITY OF SAINTS AND MADMEN—John Klima
|Posted on Monday, September 01, 2003 - 01:47 pm: |
After a fruitful (more importantly I was able to be something for people to see even if they didn't buy) WorldCon wherein I shared a table with Mr. van Gelder, I discover that I have fewer than 5 copies of issue #2 left. When I say fewer than five, do I mean four? Three? Two? One? Who can say? It's one of those mysteries. I still have a few dozen copies of issue #1 left, several score issue #4, and a pile of #5, but contrib copies, subscrib copies, and store copies need to hit the mail still. Be patient! I was in Canada for ten days...still recovering from the resurgence of my Midwestern accent. Still coping with the fact that everything doesn't have English AND French descriptions as it does in Toronto, and occasionally in Montreal. More about the trip in a whole new thread some point this week.