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UK Readers: Michael Moorcock Reprints Are Here!

A while back, SF Gateway reported the Gollancz Michael Moorcock Publishing Project. This is a two-year publishing project to release the entire back catalogue of Michael Moorcock’s science fiction and fantasy work in both print (by Gollancz) and eBook editions (by SF Gateway), as well as “a substantial amount of his literary fiction”.

The wait is over…

The reprints hit bookstores this month, at least in the UK. You can get Gollancz paperback editions of Corum: The Prince in the Scarlet Robe and the 3 novels that make up the Elric: The Moonbeam Roads sequence:

You can also get the SF Gateway eBooks of:

Due the vagaries of publishing, the three books comprising Corum: The Prince in the Scarlet Robe

…won’t be published until May.

[via Fred Kiesche at The Lensman's Children]

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4 Comments on UK Readers: Michael Moorcock Reprints Are Here!

  1. And what of the poor colonials? DOES ANYBODY EVER THINK OF THE POOR COLONIALS?

    • Paul Weimer // March 29, 2013 at 12:38 pm //

      Apparently *not* :(

      • Setting aside the whole poor colonials thing, I do find myself a bit apprehensive that for the Corum books, the paperbacks are omnibus editions of the two trilogies but the eBooks are the individual volumes. I suppose it’ll all come down to the pricing.

  2. If nobody thinks of the poor colonials it’ll probably be time to investigate that whole “change Kindle country of registration” thing.

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