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    Quote Originally Posted by sholloman81 View Post
    Hi CD,

    Do you have a better update as to the production status of "The Southern Reach" trilogy? Have been watching the production updates page for quite awhile; however, the update blurb remains the same, even though newer info has been posted various times in the forum. From what I've been able to gather via the forum, the book has already finished being proof-read and the signature sheets are in-office. What's the next step/hold-up in the production? Are we just waiting on the author to provide the secret bonus materials? Will the secret bonus materials still even be included? Let me know what you think as I'm dying for a better update on this one. As always, any info is appreciated. Thanks CD!
    The signature sheets only just came back from the author not that long ago. Brian will correct me if I'm wrong here, but I think we're just waiting for an opening in our schedule at the printer. They're currently pretty booked full of projects we had rolling before the sig sheets turned up.

    Also as a side note, we're not really sure how COVID-19 is going to effect our printers yet. There's a lot of "non essential" businesses being shut down across the country currently and we don't know how that'll effect our printers.
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    Yep, Dan is correct. It's one of the books that is ready for the printer, but we have others already with them and we can't send everything at once.

    We cannot guess at when it will be sent because we have no idea how our printers, supplies, etc, are going to be affected over the next few months. Right now, they're open for business, but that could change today, or tomorrow, or next week. We'll have to see.

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    Thanks Brian & Dan! Appreciate the update & am glad to hear that it is just waiting for a slot with the printer. Definitely don't mind giving it more time. I was just worried since the production update for this one has stayed the same for so long. Thanks again for the update and be safe!

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    Dan & Brian, can you guys comment on whether the bonus materials were finally delivered or not? It was mentioned previously that you may be forced to go to print without them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slayn666 View Post
    Dan & Brian, can you guys comment on whether the bonus materials were finally delivered or not? It was mentioned previously that you may be forced to go to print without them.
    I thought we said on that one. I'll let Brian answer though as I don't want to give you wrong information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slayn666 View Post
    Dan & Brian, can you guys comment on whether the bonus materials were finally delivered or not? It was mentioned previously that you may be forced to go to print without them.
    We've had a hard time staying in touch with the author. We know he's super in demand right now, so that happens. If the bonus materials arrive before the book goes to press, we can still add them, but as of now, they haven't arrived.

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    That seems kind of shitty on Jeff's part, to be honest.

    That said, I know you guys have to do what you have to do. Thanks for the response!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian James Freeman View Post
    Yep, Dan is correct. It's one of the books that is ready for the printer, but we have others already with them and we can't send everything at once.

    We cannot guess at when it will be sent because we have no idea how our printers, supplies, etc, are going to be affected over the next few months. Right now, they're open for business, but that could change today, or tomorrow, or next week. We'll have to see.

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    How many people are normally employed by these printers? I was thinking that might determine whether or not they are allowed to stay open. I'm not so much worried about delays as I am about the people this will affect financially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    How many people are normally employed by these printers? I was thinking that might determine whether or not they are allowed to stay open. I'm not so much worried about delays as I am about the people this will affect financially.
    Around here (WA), the only thing that determines if they’re able to stay open is if they’re considered by the state as essential business...printers wouldn’t qualify here. No idea if that’s the case with CD’s printer(s), but if their state has issued the same directive, they’re shuttered for the time being.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    Around here (WA), the only thing that determines if they’re able to stay open is if they’re considered by the state as essential business...printers wouldn’t qualify here. No idea if that’s the case with CD’s printer(s), but if their state has issued the same directive, they’re shuttered for the time being.
    So far we haven't been told of any shutdowns of either printer, so I am thinking we're good for the time being. Like Brian said though, that could change any day with the way this situation is evolving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Hocker View Post
    So far we haven't been told of any shutdowns of either printer, so I am thinking we're good for the time being. Like Brian said though, that could change any day with the way this situation is evolving.
    Hopefully, with the smaller shops, there's a reasonable expectation of employees being able to keep a safe distance and therefore able to continue working without risk of spreading the virus. I hope that's a factor in any government-forced shut down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
    Hopefully, with the smaller shops, there's a reasonable expectation of employees being able to keep a safe distance and therefore able to continue working without risk of spreading the virus. I hope that's a factor in any government-forced shut down.
    For some of the states, such as New York and Pennsylvania, that isn't even a factor. The only factor being considered is if it is an "essential business".
    That being said, the list of essential businesses is kind of vague...

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    Edited for sharing too much about my "Essential Business"...nothing to see here!
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