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    #91
    Originally posted by Fiendlover View Post
    He means the book of poetry I recommended.
    Correct, I was speaking of Fearworms. The publisher is selling via Amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-list...6205811&sr=8-1

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      #92
      Originally posted by Fiendlover View Post
      That's the kind of poetry I like as well. Any other favorite poems in this collection? Maybe I can help point you in other poetry directions.
      I was genuinely surprised at how much I enjoyed the poetry in this book. Another author with multiple good poems in the book was Stephanie M. Wytovich. Any suggestions you have will be welcome. Clowns by Cabeen stuck with me the most so he is who I will probably first.

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        #93
        Originally posted by Martin View Post
        I was genuinely surprised at how much I enjoyed the poetry in this book. Another author with multiple good poems in the book was Stephanie M. Wytovich. Any suggestions you have will be welcome. Clowns by Cabeen stuck with me the most so he is who I will probably first.
        I'm not the biggest fan of hers but out of what I've read, I liked Brothel. Mourning Jewelry was another that wasn't bad.
        "To mutter swift a minatory rune;
        And, ere the tomb-thrown echoings have ceased,
        The blue-eyed vampire, sated at her feast,
        Smiles bloodily against the leprous moon."
        A Wine of Wizardry by George Sterling

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          #94
          Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post
          Sometimes people cancel orders. There is always hope.
          I was hopeful to nab a copy from a canceled order or ARC. Given the current situation I'm wanting to support more norw than ever USA companies.

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            #95
            Hi everyone, does anyone know when this book will publish? I think I'm flat out of luck trying to get a new copy.

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              #96
              Originally posted by Tricia View Post
              Hi everyone, does anyone know when this book will publish? I think I'm flat out of luck trying to get a new copy.
              Should be out this summer. It's currently at the printer.
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                #97
                Thanks Dan! Do you think I'll be able to get a used copy? I've never really tried this hard to get a CD book!

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                  #98
                  Originally posted by Tricia View Post
                  Thanks Dan! Do you think I'll be able to get a used copy? I've never really tried this hard to get a CD book!
                  Almost certainly. I also wouldn't be surprised if we ended up with extras, from cancellations and what not.
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                    #99
                    On the production status page. Midnight Under The Big Top goes to Dark Screams page.

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                      Originally posted by saginawhorror View Post
                      On the production status page. Midnight Under The Big Top goes to Dark Screams page.
                      Thanks, will get that fixed!
                      Brian James Freeman
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                        Is there an estimated time on how long after the publication of the limited edition, for the lettered to come out. Is there a usual wait time for something like this? And is it usually shorter without a slipcase?

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                          Originally posted by Dannyb View Post
                          Is there an estimated time on how long after the publication of the limited edition, for the lettered to come out. Is there a usual wait time for something like this? And is it usually shorter without a slipcase?
                          Unfortunately lettereds are always a bit of a drag, unless they're priced high enough to warrant the Stephen King treatment. The traycases unfortunately take a while to get made and there's a queue of just our stuff at the case maker. That said after years of trying to push through the cases and drastically limited the titles we even produce lettereds for we're finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel for that long backlog. I can't really give you an estimate, but I can say that if our case makers keep the pace they did last year this year, we'll be entirely caught up on traycases for lettered editions by this time next year. There's no promises there though. Both of our traycase makers are small one man shops, and they both kinda just work at their own pace.
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                            Thank you for the info. Really appreciate it.

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