Baker Street Irregular ARC

08 Jul

The advanced reading copy (ARC) of Baker Street Irregular by Jon Lellenberg is going to press today. Attached is the cover layout which features cover art by Laurie Fraser Manifold. The graphic design by Pat Visneskie of Volumes Publishing in Kitchener Ontario. The publication date is November 2010, and the edition itself will be produced by the Maple Press in York, PA. This is the first Arkham House Publication since 2006, and this is a book published under the M&M imprint.

Woody Hazelbaker in love and war


2 responses to “Baker Street Irregular ARC

  1. Perry Huntoon

    July 12, 2010 at 1:31 pm

    What does this mean, “the first Arkham House book published since 2006”? What about the Macabre Quarto? But, I guess they are realy Battered Silicon Dispatch Box publications.

    • George A. Vanderburgh

      July 12, 2010 at 2:13 pm

      Perry I did use an ISBN assigned to the BSDB. But you will remember that this set of four volumes was a joint project of The August Derleth Society and Arkham House Publishers with a launch date of 24 Feb 2009 which was August Deleth’s 100th birthday. (You were the President of the ADS then!) I visited Sauk City last weekend after a conference in Bennington VT, and got the files for ISBN from April and we will be using Arkham ISBN’s now with a prefix 978-1- 87054- and The edition of Baker Street Irregular (Nov 2010) will have an Arkham Number. The ARC edition of BAker Street Irregular will be available to reviewers this month. It is a paperback with an Arkham Logo on the spine, but will have a BSDB ISBN. IS that as clear as mud?


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