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Posted by: NightRelic Posted on: 27. Nov 2010 at 12:17
Subterranean Press sometimes offers 1/2 price sales to their E-mail subscribers. If you aren't on their E-mail list, you need to be.

Ebay is also a good source for cheaper Sub Press books, but you run the risk of missing their better books that sell out before publication like The Adventures of Langdon St. Ives and the Jack Vance tribute, Songs of the Dying Earth, which is absolutely gorgeous in the slipcased leather edition and didn't even make it to in the trade edition.
Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 26. Feb 2009 at 22:08
It's too bad there isn't a cheaper edition, for those who can't afford to collect $30/64p chapbooks...
Posted by: Chris Burdett Posted on: 26. Feb 2009 at 10:42
And yet another book, a small collection of three stories written in collaboration with three of his students. It's called Metamorphosis, and will be published by Subterranean:
Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 14. Feb 2009 at 12:46
More about the new Langdon St. Ives book at:
Posted by: Dave_Garrett Posted on: 09. Jul 2008 at 21:55
  Today I read at Subterranean Press web site that James Blaylock has written a novella to be published by them!

 " This past weekend I had the privilege of reading the first draft of The Ebb Tide, the new 25,000 word Langdon St. Ives steampunk novella by James P. Blaylock. Itís a vintage pleasure, with gas lamps, the mad scientist Narobondo, and subterranean excursions as well. Iíve asked Jim to do a little editorial tinkering, and he plans to expand the novella a little as well. Look for it to appear on our schedule for next year, profusely illustrated by J.K. Potter."

  So Steampunk you want, Steampunk we get!
    Dave Garrett