23 February, 2006

In the UK...

...Black Juice is being reprinted, after being on the market since 1 February. Crazy stuff.

10 Comments:

Blogger Peter said...

Brilliant! Congrats.

In the spirit of continuing to bug you on your blog, may I ask whether Australian readers are going to get to read that bonus story at any time soon?

24 February, 2006 00:25  
Blogger Trent said...

Very cool! Congrats, Margo.

24 February, 2006 01:17  
Blogger Dave said...

Wow! Congrats!

24 February, 2006 04:36  
Blogger Justine Larbalestier said...

That's brilliant news, Margo! At last poms have developed taste! Do you know how big the print runs are?

24 February, 2006 06:55  
Blogger Jonathan said...

see? nice sensible british people. buying the great book with the cool cover. they should fly you over there for a signing.

24 February, 2006 10:55  
Blogger Among Amid While said...

Peter, I have no plans to publish "The Point of Roses" in Australia at present. Doesn't mean it won't happen, but I'll let the UK edition be the only place people can see it for a little while longer.

Thanks, Trent and Dave and Justine. Justine, I think the first print run was 5000 copies, because they alerted me when the 4000 mark was passed.

Jonathan: Absolutely. :)

24 February, 2006 20:01  
Blogger Joh said...

I'm not surprised. I read your book last week and enjoyed it very much - not this version though, the Australian one. Thanks for great reading.

26 February, 2006 10:43  
Blogger Among Amid While said...

Thank you, Joh - I'm glad you enjoyed the stories.

27 February, 2006 08:00  
Blogger Peter said...

Maybe I'll get the UK edition then ;)
Or just wait patiently, there is always that...

I hope the reprinting is a sign of even greater things to come.

28 February, 2006 11:28  
Blogger sippog said...

I'm just finishing BLACK JUICE. Remarkable writing, congratulations. The vividness of the little worlds you conjure remind me of the effect Ray Bradbury once used to have on me. I'll be seeking out more

10 March, 2006 14:01  

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