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|Posted on Tuesday, May 20, 2008 - 12:13 pm: |
I have a question for the group. What kind of paper does Night Shade use? Being in my thirties I already have books bought when I was a kid that have yellowed even with ac and no sun exposure. I am particularly interested in the Hodgson collection and want to know if it is printed on archival paper and if not why not. Please no "small publisher " etc. excuses. If I am going to pay $40 for a collectable book it had better meet permananacy standards and not yellow a decade later. For example the Library of America prints a volume of Philip K. Dick and Lovecraft on archival paper with sewn bindings for $35. Don't get me wrong , I don't expect Easton Press standards just something that will be readable when I retire.