Subterranean Press has had a number of lettered editions lined up on the tarmac, and are taking a break from shipping new titles to catch up with those. Here is information on the limited or trade editions when those are still in print.

Songs of the Dying Earth (edited by George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois);
Lettered: Sold out

The Last Colony (John Scalzi);
Limited: 400 signed numbered hardcover copies: $60
Lettered: Sold Out

Drood (Dan Simmons);
Lettered: 26 lavishly bound copies, housed in a custom traycase: $500

The Terror (Dan Simmons);
Lettered: 26 lavishly bound copies housed in a custom traycase: $500

This is Me, Jack Vance! (Jack Vance);
Trade: Fully cloth bound hardcover: $40 (second printing)
Lettered: Sold Out

And this week’s original story over at Subterranean Online is a brief one, but no less powerful for that. Michael Bishop shares “The Library of Babble,” which should take you only a few minutes to read, but will linger far longer. Long-time readers may remember Bishop’s earlier tale, “The Pile,” which also more than deserves your attention. Both tales were based upon notes by Bishop’s son, Jamie.

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