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Subject: Subterranean Press Magazine
Date Posted: 5/22/2012 7:01 PM ET
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I knew Tor had a story archive, but I didn't know about Subterranean Press's online magazine!

There's dozens of stories from all sorts of authors.  Some of the standouts I noticed are:



Last Edited on: 5/22/12 10:23 PM ET - Total times edited: 2
Date Posted: 5/22/2012 8:45 PM ET
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I always meant to check that out. . . but somehow had never gotten around to it 'til now. Thanks for the heads up! ;)

(I justified $20 for a novella because I took advantage of their half-off preorders sale some months ago. Got The Best of Kage Baker and Connie Willis' All About Emily too. *grin* And I'm really glad I did, because I just moved and my new library doesn't appear to have the resources (or maybe inclination) to buy Subterranean Press. Sadness!)

Date Posted: 5/22/2012 10:06 PM ET
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I hadn't even heard of the Connie Willis one until now.  Thanks!  I just checked and my library has ordered a copy of that too.  They must have gone on a buying spree.  Neither of these books were in the system last week.

I would have bought an e-book copy of ad eternum.  The others in the series were only $5 and that's rather reasonable for a Subterranean Press book, but so far they haven't released it yet.

And is there any chance of inter-library loan?  Do they buy any of the other small-press books? 

Date Posted: 5/22/2012 11:42 PM ET
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Haven't looked into inter-library loan. . . definitely will on my next trip. It's a TINY library. . . They do have a couple titles from Prime Books, which is promising. . . but on the other hand, they don't have any copies of the new N. K. Jemisin title. And they seem to be most annoying in one regard: they are scattershot with their approach to series. They'll have book #1. . . then book #4. . . and nothing else. Maddening!

Date Posted: 5/23/2012 1:11 AM ET
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Sounds like the small town library I grew up with.  Good luck with the loans.

Maybe you should stock up on books of your own.  Free Shipping @ half.com until 6/4

Date Posted: 5/23/2012 4:42 PM ET
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LOL, thanks for the tip! Can't say the thought of buying new books is ever less than pleasant! ;)