Subterranean Press reports that it’s approved the bluelines for Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves’ Interworld, which is progressing nicely toward publication in just a few short weeks. “Many thanks to everyone who has ordered a copy direct from us,” Subterranean says, “as we’ve just been able to send Mr. Reaves the first check – for several thousand dollars – to help him with his ongoing medical expenses.” All of Subterranean’s profits are going to Mr. Reaves. Those who would like to pre-order a copy can do so here: Interworld.
In other Subterranean news, Bob Eggleton found himself inspired by Robert A. Heinlein’s Project Moonbase and Others, and agreed to provide a couple of full color plates that will be reprinted in the book. The signatures pages for Project Moonbase are en route to introducer John Scalzi, so the book’s right on schedule for its July release. If you’d like to view both Eggleton images and/or pre-order a copy, you can do so here: Project Moonbase and Others