From: Judy Seigel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 05/02/00-02:15:01 PM Z
On Tue, 2 May 2000, Randall Webb wrote:
> ... For Judy: We sent
> you a catalogue a few weeks ago and both signed it - thereby adding 25
> cents to its value. It must have gone via the Galapagos islands.
Randall, they ALL go by the Galapagos islands. But thanks in advance for
replacement. If both arrive I'll auction one on e-bay.
> Another one is on its way. May the Lord preserve us from nagging
"Nagging alt processors" ? Is there another kind?
> ....we had an offer to publish it from a
> publisher which was part of larger group. Our man turned out to have
> an Olympic medal for incompetence and a world record for telling lies.
Sounds like Hollywood: "Hello, he lied." And tho we surely commiserate,
the concept carries a certain appeal to Americans who have this wistful
stereotype of proper English publishing. I'll add however, that even at
list price & regular binding, the book, with its many illustrations in
color, etc. is a good value. (More to follow in P-F #5.)
> ( This is not libel, we are prepared to argue this in court).Our
> publisher insisted on printing half the edition in paperback cover. If
> he had asked us we could have told him that our 18 year old copy of
> Keepers of Light is now loose leaf after years of use. We modelled our
> book on Steve Anchells " Darkroom Cookbook". So now the publisher's
> version is in bookshops and Amazon whilst our original version is
> available from Silverprint. If you want this original version,
> Silverprint have made a special offer for alt/proc subscribers as
> follows. The UK price is £22.50 sterling including postage. They will
> mail copies to the USA for an addtional cost of only £2 sterling
> extra. Giving a total price of £24.50 sterling. <<
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