An early release for Ansible 340, which is officially the November issue. Pay no heed to the October behind the curtain.
This substantial (over 150,000 words) collection of the late Vince Clarke’s fanzine writings was published by Ansible Editions on 1 October 2015, with further updates and corrections to 11 October 2015. The contents list and other background information can be found here, and the ebook itself is a free download from the TAFF site here.
Owing to a time paradox unfathomable by the puny intellect of its editor, the August Ansible appears on 31 July. Read tomorrow’s news today! Or, if you prefer, last week’s news tomorrow. But remember: The Future Is Tekon.
The latest Langford ebooks from Ansible Editions are Crosstalk: Interviews Conducted by David Langford (also available as a trade paperback) and Don’t Try This At Home: Selected Convention Reports (ebook only).
A couple of additions to the archive:
Additionally, I may as well mention here that the SF Encyclopedia has more scheduled downtime on 4 July and 5 July: we hope it’ll be back by Sunday evening. If you spared yourself the horror of reading this month’s Ansible you may not know that I published another book of Langford archive material with the more or less self-explanatory title Crosstalk: Interviews Conducted by David Langford.