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    Cemetery Dance magazine eBook Announcement!

    Cemetery Dance magazine eBook Announcement!
    Featured Authors Include Stephen King, Peter Straub, Stewart O'Nan, William Peter Blatty, David Morrell, Simon Clark, Glen Hirshberg, Lisa Tuttle, Bill Pronzini, and many more!

    This is the discussion thread for the Cemetery Dance magazine eBook Announcement!


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    #2
    This is just simply fantastic news!!!! Thanks for doing this Dan - big time!

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      #3
      Originally posted by TJCams View Post
      This is just simply fantastic news!!!! Thanks for doing this Dan - big time!
      It's been a long time coming now. I believe we started working on the contracts over a year ago, and the design work has been going on for 4 or 5 months.
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        #4
        Great news
        Can you post a couple of screenshots ? I'd like to check the layout of the ebooks

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          #5
          Originally posted by th3l0rd View Post
          Great news
          Can you post a couple of screenshots ? I'd like to check the layout of the ebooks
          If you head over to amazon, you can actually preview them.

          http://www.amazon.com/Cemetery-Dance...cemetery+dance
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            #6
            OK. I have the print edition of Issue #61. It has part 1 of the Douglas Clegg novella "The Innocents at the Museum of Antiquities" which I've noticed is absent from the electronic edition. Why is that? Are there stories or articles that will be absent from the electronic editions of other issues as well?

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              #7
              Originally posted by mahduk View Post
              OK. I have the print edition of Issue #61. It has part 1 of the Douglas Clegg novella "The Innocents at the Museum of Antiquities" which I've noticed is absent from the electronic edition. Why is that? Are there stories or articles that will be absent from the electronic editions of other issues as well?
              Just a handful. Some of these back issues had a few things which we where not able to obtain the digital rights for. In most cases those right's belonged to someone else already. I believe the contracts for future issues of the magazine all include digital rights in them.
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                #8
                Can't wait till CD starts doing electronic magazine subscriptions. With the cost of postage ever on the increase such a subscription model will be a Godsend for us international subscribers. Is there a date in mind?
                Last edited by Lou Sytsma; 02-27-2013, 03:02 PM.

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                  #9
                  I could easily live with getting electronic editions of all the back issues of CD. I'm sure I'm not the only person who'd like to be able to read the CD archives. Of course, ideally, they would be complete, but I'm somewhat a completist.

                  What are the chances of this happening?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by mahduk View Post
                    I could easily live with getting electronic editions of all the back issues of CD. I'm sure I'm not the only person who'd like to be able to read the CD archives. Of course, ideally, they would be complete, but I'm somewhat a completist.

                    What are the chances of this happening?
                    It's something we'd like to be able to do, but is highly unlikely we'd ever be able to do all of the back issues. First off we'd have to reissue contracts for all of them. Then in most cases there aren't actually digital content files for a lot of this stuff as our old designer didn't keep the design files and the really old stuff was done in formats that can't even be used anymore. Also a lot of the authors don't even have digital files for their stuff either. So it'd involve a lot of scanning. We'd really love to do some back issues, I think it will mostly depend on how these ones do for us.
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