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October 16th is the day!

The Tékumel Foundation is preparing to release the reprint of Empire of the Petal Throne on Monday, October 16th, 2017.  We’re all very excited about this, as it is the culmination of a lot of work on the part of a lot of people.  Some additional notes about the new release:

  • The Foundation is going to produce print-on-demand maps to provide reprints of the stunning maps included in the original boxed set.  We’re hoping to be able to release the maps of the City of Jakálla and the Eastern and Western maps of the Five Empires in the near future.
  • We will also be updating the PDF version when we release the print-on-demand edition, to a version matching the print-on-demand edition.  This will still be a picture PDF; the text-searchable version is in the works.
  • The ebook for Professor Barker’s second novel, Flamesong, is the next project on our list – more news on that as it develops!

 

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3 thoughts on “October 16th is the day!

  1. Excellent news, looking forward to this.

  2. That is most excellent news, thank you for all your hard work! I got the original box set as a child in the 70’s, it remains a cherished treasure. I recently found my paperback copies of Flamesong and Man of Gold, is there the possibility of making the Professor’s latter three novels into PDFs? The physical copies are rare, hard to come by, and very expensive…

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