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November 3rd, 2010


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12:54 am - Another Scheherazade Update
Well, I'd hoped to have a World Fantasy Con writeup, but that's still in the works. Instead, I have an update on Scheherazade's Facade, which was originally scheduled to come out last month. First, as you might recall, it was pushed back to October 2011, because the publisher was dealing with a personal crisis.

Now, I've heard that it's being pushed back to October 2012, a full two years from now, again due to publisher reasons. Several other projects from Norilana books have been affected, as far as I know, and the relevant people were notified at the same time I was. (I'm not sure how much to say publicly at the moment, so we'll keep it at that.)

I've contacted those authors slated for inclusion in Scheherazade so they should be aware of what's going on. In the meantime, of course, I'm still shopping for another publisher willing to take on this project. And that's all I have at the moment.
Current Mood: frustratedfrustrated

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From:stonetable
Date:November 3rd, 2010 05:02 am (UTC)
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Really sorry to hear that. I am so looking forward to Scheherazade seeing the light of day.

Also, it was a pleasure to finally meet you at WFC, however briefly.
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From:jean_roberta
Date:November 3rd, 2010 09:41 pm (UTC)
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I hope Norilana Books continues to be a going concern. The university bookstore where I'm at has ordered several copies of Tanith Lee's Night's Master from there for my class in January 2011 - apparently they are Print on Demand, but (to the best of my understanding) this was approved here. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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From:jean_roberta
Date:November 3rd, 2010 09:42 pm (UTC)
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Sorry to hear about Scheherazade's Facade - this sounds like the old Harrington Park Press (now defunct) which kept things in the pipeline for years.

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