Paperbacks are simultaneously the best and worst innovations in publishing ever.
On the one hand they are cheap, reasonably lightweight and relatively small so buying too many rarely leaves you with a space problem. 86 more words
(Nik Puspurica’s cover for the 1960 edition)
Frederik Pohl’s best early SF was produced with his frequent collaborator C. M. Kornbluth—the most notable of which include the masterpiece… 918 more words
Maybe not so much a Gold Rush as Derek suggests, but a period of total madness at the feeding trough…
FARAXA Publishing has the pleasure of announcing the release of the 2nd edition of Kumewawa: Iben il-Gungla / Kumewawa: Son of the Jungle by Tibor Sekelj, translated from Esperanto into the Maltese language by Karmenu Mallia. 74 more words
I couldn’t have put it better myself, could you?