I’ll be out in the Menlo Park area the week of 3-Dec. If you want to get together, get in touch! I don’t think I’m staying through either weekend this time, though.
Stumbled across this through several LJ posts today:
Well, it’s official and I can talk about it now, in that unless the creeks rise and/or there’s a disaster on the order of the Great San Francisco Earthquake, Windhaven Press is officially producing the Virginia Editions of the complete works of Robert A. Heinlein for the trust that oversees RAH’s work.
As of when I checked, no information on the Windhaven Press site yet.
[Edited to add: Okay, got some clarifications. Windhaven Press is the new production company for the edition; they are not the publisher, hence are not setting the prices or controlling the textual content of the editions. And my confusion seems to have annoyed “editrx”, for which I apologize.]
At least with the MM edition, the cheapest way to get into it was $2200 in advance, and they’ve somewhat front-loaded the production order with the bad books to boot, so I doubt I’m getting it; let alone the $3500 leather-bound gilt-edged edition.
You only see minor amounts of the film, actually, because in this video the focus is on the new live music being performed with the film. I can see enough to know what goes with what, and I think they’re doing a very good job with it. I hope they had fun!
Cool, I’ve been blogged about!